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National Costume (bunad) from East Telemark County with a green jacket, rather than the usual red.

Traditional Norwegian folk costumes - Page 4 Traditional Fashion, Traditional Dresses, Skandinavian Fashion, Norwegian Clothing, Norwegian Fashion, Folk Costume, Costumes, Costume Ethnique, Folk Clothing

Traditional Norwegian folk costumes - Page 4

The Bunad A bunad is a traditional Norwegian costume, typically of rural origin. Bunads are local to Norway's traditional districts, and the result both of cultural evolution and organized efforts to discover and modernize older designs. The designs are typically elaborate, with embroidery, scarves, shawls and hand-made silver or gold jewellery. There are bunads both for men and women, although women's bunads are more diverse and popular. Bunad traditions in Norway In Norway, it is

FANTASISTAKKER | Eva Lie Design AS Folk Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Womens Fashion, Norwegian Style, Frozen Costume, Folk Costume, Traditional Dresses, A Boutique, Costume Design

Festdrakt – fantasistakk – Eva Lie Design

Eva Lie og hennes medarbeiderer skaper personlige plagg for privatkunder med fokus på det individuelle. Siden tidlig på nitti-tallet har Eva Lie vært sterkt opptatt av folkedrakter og bunader, og den skaperglede disse representerer. Den rike tradisjonsarven som finnes i disse plaggene har igjen gitt liv til vakre og kreative festdrakter og fantasidrakter. Alle

FolkCostume&Embroidery: East Telemark, Norway, socks and shoes for Raudtroje and Beltestakk Hungarian Embroidery, Wool Embroidery, Hand Embroidery Designs, Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery Patterns, Print Patterns, Indian Embroidery, Floral Embroidery, Scandinavian Embroidery

East Telemark, Norway, socks and shoes for Raudtroje and Beltestakk

Hello all, The East Telemark costume is known for its embroidery, and also for the elaborate ornament on both stockings and shoes. Above is a photo of the famous Telemark dance teacher, Karin Brennesvik, likely doing Telegangar. You can see the embroidery on the stockings, and a hint of the ornament on the shoes. Here is a closeup of a similar stocking. Stockings of woven cloth, vadmal, were popular in many places, and were used in Telemark in the mid 1800's. They were superceded for a while…

FolkCostume&Embroidery: East Telemark, Norway, embroidered shirts for Raudtrøye and Beltestakk Dope Fashion, 1940s Fashion, Ethnic Fashion, Folk Costume, Costumes, Scandinavian Embroidery, Historical Clothing, Traditional Dresses, Norway

East Telemark, Norway, embroidered shirts for Raudtrøye and Beltestakk

Hello all, Today I will continue my series on East Telemark costume by talking about the shirts. This garment is called skjorte, and was and is worn by women with both the Raudtrøye and Beltestakk costumes, and even the Stakk og LIv, but without embroidery, and by men with the Gråtrøje costume. The man's shirt for the Snippekufte and Rundtøje costumes were different. The earliest known garment of this type which still exists dates back to 1798, and undoubtedly they were made still earlier…

Folk costume from Norway-Øst-Telemark Folk Costume, Costume Dress, Costumes, Folklore, Clothing And Textile, Folk Fashion, Unique Dresses, Fashion History, Traditional Dresses

Magasin for Bunad og Folkedrakt | Bunad Magasinet

Nordens eneste spesialmagasin om bunader og folkedrakter. Bli inspirert og lær om bunad og folkedrakt fra hele Norden.

 Jewelry and knife for traditional Norwegian folk costumes. From region Telemark. Traditional Art, Traditional Outfits, Norwegian Style, Viking Dress, Tablet Weaving, Norse Vikings, Folk Costume, All Art, Norway

Bunadsølv. Jewelry for the National Costumes. Yes, the knife also. From region Telemark.

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Magasinet BUNAD

Magasinet BUNAD, Skien, Norway. 13,916 likes · 654 talking about this. Nordens eneste spesialmagasin om bunader og folkedrakter! Du får møte mange av...

2015_07_19__Tuddal bygdedag Gamle Telemarksbunader (13) | Flickr Traditional Dresses, Traditional Art, Folk Costume, Costumes, Russian Folk Art, Folk Clothing, Hardanger Embroidery, Historical Art, Fashion History

2015_07_19__Tuddal bygdedag Gamle Telemarksbunader (13)

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FolkCostume&Embroidery: East Telemark, Norway, embroidered shirts for Raudtrøye and Beltestakk Folk Costume, Costumes, Finger Weaving, Scandinavian Folk Art, Hardanger Embroidery, Costume Patterns, Embroidered Shirts, Fashion History, Traditional Dresses

East Telemark, Norway, embroidered shirts for Raudtrøye and Beltestakk

Hello all, Today I will continue my series on East Telemark costume by talking about the shirts. This garment is called skjorte, and was and is worn by women with both the Raudtrøye and Beltestakk costumes, and even the Stakk og LIv, but without embroidery, and by men with the Gråtrøje costume. The man's shirt for the Snippekufte and Rundtøje costumes were different. The earliest known garment of this type which still exists dates back to 1798, and undoubtedly they were made still earlier…

FolkCostume&Embroidery: East Telemark, Norway, embroidered shirts for Raudtrøye and Beltestakk Folk Costume, Costumes, Finger Weaving, Scandinavian Folk Art, Hardanger Embroidery, Costume Patterns, Embroidered Shirts, Fashion History, Traditional Dresses

East Telemark, Norway, embroidered shirts for Raudtrøye and Beltestakk

Hello all, Today I will continue my series on East Telemark costume by talking about the shirts. This garment is called skjorte, and was and is worn by women with both the Raudtrøye and Beltestakk costumes, and even the Stakk og LIv, but without embroidery, and by men with the Gråtrøje costume. The man's shirt for the Snippekufte and Rundtøje costumes were different. The earliest known garment of this type which still exists dates back to 1798, and undoubtedly they were made still earlier…