National ensembles .

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Russian ensemble (VI-XVII hundreds of years). A long shirt was the principle article of national outfit for men and ladies. It was made of white natively constructed fabric and costly brilliant one with trimmings for rich individuals. A shirt was belt by a rope or cowhide belt with distinctive brushes at the finishes. There were not any takes, so individuals suspended distinctive things like blades, satchels and brushes on these belts. Sle
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National ensembles (Russia, Austria, Finland)

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Russian outfit (VI-XVII hundreds of years) A long shirt was the primary article of national ensemble for men and ladies. It was made of white hand crafted texture and costly vivid one with trimmings for rich individuals. A shirt was belt by a line or calfskin belt with various brushes at the closures. There were no pockets, so individuals suspended distinctive things like blades, totes and brushes on these belts. Sleeves, collars and trims were weaved by the wonderful adornments. Later ladies started to wear sarafans (sundress) with cook\'s garments and wreathes.

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Russian outfit The red shading was the most merry. The ladies\' sarafans (sundresses) were enhanced with gold and silver strings and decorations. Additionally national garments were practically unique: festal, regular, wedding, melancholy, age, family status.

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Russian outfit Kokoshnik is conventional Russian ladies and young ladies hood . It is designed to coordinate the style of sarafan . The temple is some of the time embellished with pearls. The lady or the young lady normally wears her hair in a plait.

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National Russian shoes Lapti — is national Russian footwear. They were made of bast (a sort of a tree). Lapti were tied round the feet with bast bands.

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- kosovorotka (a pullover with side neckline securing) - porti (pants) - lapti (shoes made of bast) - zipun (smooth woolen road garments ) Russian Peasant Costume

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Russian ensemble (XVII-XVIII hundreds of years) After the changes of Peter I every one of the nobles needed to wear European dress. The men wore European shirts, wigs, silk leggings and shoes on the heels. Ladies wore jazzy french puffed dresses with girdles and twisted hair.

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Russian outfit (XIX century) In the XIX century "established" ladies ensemble had the spot. Short light-shaded dresses with puffed sleeves, shoes on the heels and a little cap with strips were in form. The men wore dark bristles and mustache, english top cap, tail-coat and gown coat.

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Merchant and his significant other

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Austrian outfit In Austria individuals still wear their national ensemble called Tracht (or Trachten). It was made of cowhide or loden (extraordinary waterproof texture on fleece), flax and cotton. National ensembles were blue, green and red.

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Austrian ensemble National outfit was brightened with weaving and ivory catches. Additionally national garments fluctuated by event and locale, distinguishing a people having a place with a specific social gathering and legitimate status (wedded, single), starting point or exchange.

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Austrian outfit Goldhaube is a g long time past Headdress , perfectly enhanced , d eveloped out of ladies\' material hats . These h eaddresses were worn by the spouses of burghers. They were enhanced with dark ribbon, dark ensemble globules, tulle and bandage, and specifically luxurious and brilliant strings and sequins. As an image of the well-to-do bourgeoisie, it is still worn in Upper (and parts of Lower) Austria on happy events .

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In Austria individuals still appreciate wearing "tracht" on authority events like weddings, celebrations, and so forth. Contemporary design adjusts customary components. The creation of dirndl and lederhosen is a flourishing temperate branch with Sportalm, Geiger or Tostmann being most loved brands. Austrian outfit Nowadays. Ethnic.

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Ethnic. The national Austrian ensemble today. National ensemble: the primary sorts. Leibkittel (Traegerrock - sarafan ) – a thin bodice with a skirt. Normal ladies wore covers over the skirts.

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Austrian ensemble Nowadays morals is one the most famous design propensity. Gathering of current youth garments by the Sportalm, which have a base of Austrian national outfit.

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Finnish outfit Finnish society dress is partitioned in two gatherings, to be specific western and Karelian, or eastern. The customary man\'s outfit comprises of a shirt, long pants or knee breeches, petticoat, coat or coat, cap or top, neck scarf, socks and shoes. The lady\'s outfit comprises of a coverall, skirt, bodice or kirtle, smock, coat, hat, shoes and socks. Run of the mill extras incorporate gems, belts, handkerchiefs and free pockets.

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Finnish Western outfit A particular component of western Finnish people ensemble was a brilliant exhibit of stripes . A material was thought to be an indication of riches. These fine textures are presently utilized as a part of the generation of national ensembles. The customary lady\'s ensemble normally includes a since quite a while ago bound bodice, a hip length coat and a wide striped fabric. Ladies wear a "tanu" material a top, a "tykkimyssy" ( silk top ) , a horn molded ca. Young ladies wear a red silk headband.

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Finnish Karelian ensemble The woolen fabric of Karelian ladies\' outfits is white , dark , indigo or red . Karelian ensemble is finished with brilliant weaving and customary lacework . Karelian skirts are frequently firmly creased the distance round , Karelian cook\'s garments are improved with an assortment of even stripes . Hitched ladies wear a headscarf , a " sorokka " hood or material top . Young ladies wear a formed gasped headband or a band brightened with metal studs .

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Nowadays Folowing the society convention, national outfit is chiefly worn as happy clothing. It is reasonable for any uncommon event, and can be worn as wedding clothing, at balls, or as a phase costum e. Parts of national outfits, notwithstanding, can be consolidated with cutting edge garments.

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National outfit as a phase ensemble.

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Summary up National outfits protect an important piece of people legacy. They additionally add an unmistakably component to our advanced dress culture.

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