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Sol Invictus wrote:If you're curious about folk costumes in general I just accedentaly found a material about Latvian ones: Here
Aleco wrote:Here's the whole list... there's quite a lot of ... fancy ones Keep in mind that most people do not wear/buy the accompanying headgear.
Meera wrote:Theres so many more syles and clothes I love, I could go on all day
Bijlee wrote:Meera wrote:Theres so many more syles and clothes I love, I could go on all day
Yeah, Indian clothes are neat, eh? I love the Tamil and other south Indian styles the most.
Exactly the same in Sweden, each (rural/traditional) parrish has its own folk costume and they look like the Norwegian onesthough perhaps a bit poorer loking since Sweden used to be poorer than Norway (exception: WW2). Nordic folk costumes are 19th century common (though hardly poor) peoples' imitations of 18th century rich peoples' festival costumes.Aleco wrote:In Norway it's common to have a regional costume from wherever you're born, mostly for women as they usually get them for the confirmation around the age of 15. Guys usually put on some more height, so we have to wait, and then we just don't bother later on.
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