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Embroidered male shirts are very popular in Ukraine today. But in museums, there are many vintage shirts from 20th, 19th, 18th, and 17th centuries. The patterns were transferred from grams to granddaughters. Even today, craftswomen try to copy embroidery designs from vintage shirts. Here you are several interesting patterns:
Vintage embroidered shirt from Sumy region of Ukraine. The beginning of the 20th century
Modern Ukrainian male embroidered shirt with whitework. It is made from linen and embellished with pretty embroidery patterns. In Ukraine, it is called “vyshyvanka”. Such shirts are in use and rather popular today.
Rare vintage men’s shirt in mint shape, western Ukraine, the late 19th – early 20th century. Usually, male embroidered shirts had small amounts of embroidery, but this one is comparatively richly embellished. Also, it is rather long – it would reach almost to the knees.
Bright embroidery pattern on male authentic shirt from Volyn’ region, Ukraine, the beginning of the 20th century
Colorful embroidery on male shirt (front and cuffs), Lviv region of Ukraine, early 20th century. This embroidery pattern is charming.
Curious embroidery pattern on vintage men’s shirt. Central Ukraine, the early 20th century. Whitework, openwork, and other embroidery techniques are used to create this cute design. You can see a few buttons at the side of the shirtfront to help put it on, as the collar is a stand-up one and comparatively narrow. The cuff is also adorned with magnificent embroidery.