Abkhazia - Chokha
Albania - Albanian Traditional Clothing
Andorra - Barretina, espadrilles
Austria - Tracht, Dirndl
Bulgaria - Every town has its own design of a national costume (nosia), with different types of clothing items traditional for each of the ethnographic regions of the country.
Chechnya - Chokha, Taqiyah (cap), Ushanka in cold weather
Croatia - Croatian national costume, Lika cap, Sibenik cap
Czech Republic - Kroje
Denmark - Folkedragt
Faroe Islands - Føroysk klæði
Finland - Every region has its own specific design of national costume. (Sami) Gákti, Luhkka for colder weather
France - Beret, Breton shirt, Alsatian costume, Breton costume
Georgia - Chokha (Every region has its own specific design of Chokha)
Germany - Every region has its own specific design of a national costume. For example, Bavaria: Tracht, Lederhosen, Dirndl
Greece - Fustanella, Ancient Greek clothing: Peplos, Chiton
Greenland - Parka
Hungary - National costumes of Hungary
Iceland - Þjóðbúningurinn
Italy - Italian folk dance costumes, Coppola, black or dark brown Waistcoat, Roman clothing: Toga, Stola
Kosovo - Traditional clothing of Kosovo
Ireland - Aran sweater, Grandfather shirt, flat cap, Irish walking hat, Aran Tam, Leine, brogues
Liechtenstein - Tracht, Dirndl
Macedonia - Macedonian national costume
Malta - Għonnella (Faldetta)
Netherlands - Dutch cap, Klompen, poffer (North Brabant)
Norway - Bunad; (Sami) Gákti, Luhkka for colder weather
Ossetia - Chokha
Poland - National costumes of Poland, Kontusz, Czapka Rogatywka
Portugal - Every region has its own specific design of a national costume. The costume of Minho region is hailed as the "most Portuguese" of costumes.
Romania - Romanian dress
Russia - Sarafan, Kokoshnik, Kosovorotka, Ushanka, Valenki; (Sami) Gákti, Luhkka
Serbia - Serbian dress, Šajkača, Opanci
Slovakia - Kroj (embroidered traditional dress)
Slovenia - Gorenjska noša (Upper Carniola)
Spain - Every autonomous region has its own national costume. The costume of Andalusia is a popular costume of Spain.
Sweden - Sverigedräkten; 18th century: Nationella dräkten; (Sami) Gákti, Luhkka for colder weather
Ukraine - National costumes of Ukraine: Vyshyvanka, Sharovary, Żupan, Ukrainian wreath
England - The closet thing to a national dress of England is the smock or smock-frock. Flat caps for the working class in Northern England, and Celtic dress in Cornwall.
Scotland - Highland dress: Kilt, tam o'shanter, doublet, trews, Aboyne dress, Brogues or ghillies
Wales - Traditional Welsh costume, Welsh hat, knit cap derived from Monmouth cap.
Folkedragt, the traditional clothing in Denmark
Kilt, the traditional clothing in Scotland
Għonnella, the traditional clothing in Malta
Kontusz, the traditional clothing in Poland
Tracht, the traditional clothing in Germany, Liechtenstein and Austria
Traditional outfits of the countries in Europe. Folk dresses, separate pieces of national costume, clothing traditions, someone’s experience of making and using folk garments, pieces of advice for a newbie, etc.
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