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Photos of Ukrainian traditional attire

Posted: Mon May 04, 2015 10:21 am
by sofiya
If you're curious about how the traditional Ukrainian clothing looks like, here you are some photos. At our Pinterest account (https://www.pinterest.com/Folk_costumes) you can find many photos of Ukrainian national attire of various regions. Enjoy!

Re: Photos of Ukrainian traditional attire

Posted: Fri Apr 29, 2016 8:22 pm
by sofiya
I've fixed the link. You are welcome to see our pinterest boards with the photos of Ukrainian traditional outfits and national costumes from different other countries).

Re: Photos of Ukrainian traditional attire

Posted: Tue Jan 02, 2018 4:39 pm
by sofiya
Women’s folk costume from Verkhovyna district, Ivano-Frankivsk region (Hutsul region, western part of the country). The outfit consists of an embroidered shirt, a skirt-like garment called “zapaska”(consists of 2 woven aprons, one at the front and one at the back), a fabric belt called “kraika”, a kerchief, a sleeveless fur vest called “keptar”, a woolen coat called “serdak”, a woven bag called “dz’obnia”, and several necklaces.

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Re: Photos of Ukrainian traditional attire

Posted: Mon Jan 08, 2018 6:23 pm
by sofiya
Ukrainian female costumes from Carpathian and Ciscarpathian regions (western part of Ukraine).

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The one on the left is from Kosiv district, Ivano-Frankivsk region. It consists of a long embroidered shirt, a skirt-like garment called “zapaska”, a woven belt called “kraika”, a sleeveless vest made from sheepskin and called “keptar”, a headdress that includes a long rectangular piece of cotton cloth called “namitka” and a kerchief tied under the chin, a short woolen outerwear called “hunia”, and necklaces.

The one on the right is from Horodenka district, Ivano-Frankivsk region. It consists of a long embroidered shirt, a skirt-like garment called “zapaska” and another one called “horbatka”, two woven belts called “kraika” (a narrow one and a wide one), a sleeveless vest made from sheepskin and called “keptar”, a headdress – rectangular piece of cotton cloth called “namitka”, a short woolen coat called “serdak”, and necklaces.