Women's Traditional & Ceremonial Clothing

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Traditional folk clothing in Slovakia Costumes, Traditional, Folk Clothing, Ceremonial Clothing, Folk Dresses, Slovakian Women, Traditional Outfits, Folk Costume, Traditional Dresses

I am very proud of our "fashion heritage". Traditional clothing - Slovak folk costume hides not only a history, but especially its own story. During my study of the fashion history, I have to mention our - Slovak history. It is amazing, how a man can understand the life and the mentality of his ancestors, thanks to their clothes. Since my childhood I was fascinated by the embroidery of the traditional clothing, which contains certain symbols. Slovakian women used to express via clothes their…

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Jeanne Cauldwell
Estonian people in traditional clothing walking the streets of Tallinn royalty f , #Ad, #clothing, #walking, #traditional, #Estonian, #people #ad Editorial, Outfits, Art, Traditional Clothing Around The World, Traditional Italian Clothing, European Costumes, Traditional Attires, Traditional Attire, Folk Clothing

Estonian people in traditional clothing walking the streets of Tallinn. Photo about national, celebration, eastern, outdoor, folk, city, culture, festival, lifestyle - 152759416

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Maren Toom
What I took from “ The Royal Tailor” | by Rayyah Sempala | Medium People, Traditional Korean Clothing, Traditional Korean Dress, Korean Traditional Clothing, Korean Traditional Dress, Traditional Clothing Around The World, Traditional Clothes, Korean Traditional, Joseon Dynasty Clothing

“The Royal Tailor” written by Lee Byoung-hak is a South Korean movie based in the Joseon era, it follows the story of a tailor whose talent earns him a place in the palace. However the different…

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Fernanda Acevedo
This stunning pillow is made from a rare vintage Ndop ceremonial cloth from West Africa. The striking indigo graphics provide a fresh pop of color to any décor. The vintage Ndop (pronounced "dop") cloth from which this pillow is made came from the Bamileke people of the grasslands in Cameroon.  These textiles are exceedingly rare and were mainly used for ritual clothing and ceremonial occasions. Geometric symbols such circles, lines and diamonds reflect tribal life and beliefs. The process of creating this cloth was difficult and laborious. After weaving, the cloth was dyed using a traditional "resist" dying method. To prevent the indigo dye to reach all the cloth, women artisans would stitch design patterns onto the cloths with raffia fiber. When the dying process was finished, all the st

This stunning pillow is made from a rare vintage Ndop ceremonial cloth from West Africa. The striking indigo graphics provide a fresh pop of color to any décor. The vintage Ndop (pronounced "dop") cloth from which this pillow is made came from the Bamileke people of the grasslands in Cameroon. These textiles are exceedingly rare and were mainly used for ritual clothing and ceremonial occasions. Geometric symbols such circles, lines and diamonds reflect tribal life and beliefs. The process…

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EtsyCA