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Anne Groven, f.1895, viser her som 70-åring hvordan hun vipper opp håret. Hun gikk tradisjonelt kledd i stakk og liv så lenge hun levde. (Foto: Aagot Noss/Norsk Folkemuseum.)Anne Groven, f.1895, shows here at the age of seventy how she flicks(?) up her hair. She wore traditionel clothes for as long as she lived. (Photo: Aagot Noss/Norwegian Folkmuseum.)

Anne Groven, f.1895, viser her som 70-åring hvordan hun vipper opp håret. Hun gikk tradisjonelt kledd i stakk og liv så lenge hun levde. (Foto: Aagot Noss/Norsk Folkemuseum.)Anne Groven, f.1895, shows here at the age of seventy how she flicks(?) up her hair. She wore traditionel clothes for as long as she lived. (Photo: Aagot Noss/Norwegian Folkmuseum.)

Hårvipping på Telemarksvis

Hårvipping på Telemarksvis

The traditional costume of Norway is called “bunad.” There are about 200 different types, each one representing a different part of the country. The word “bunad” really covers two different types of dress: The first is the traditional garb of a particular location (some of which can be traced back a long, long time – the ones used today usually represent the “fanciest”, holiday version of the dress) and a sort of “party dress” developed in the early 1900s during Norwegian national…

The traditional costume of Norway is called “bunad.” There are about 200 different types, each one representing a different part of the country. The word “bunad” really covers two different types of dress: The first is the traditional garb of a particular location (some of which can be traced back a long, long time – the ones used today usually represent the “fanciest”, holiday version of the dress) and a sort of “party dress” developed in the early 1900s during Norwegian national…

Norway

Norway

Variant av beltestakk

Variant av beltestakk

Stakk og liv frå Bø i Telemark

Stakk og liv frå Bø i Telemark

Beltestakk ca. 1900

Beltestakk ca. 1900

Precious Child ~ Barnebunad fra Lofoten

Precious Child ~ Barnebunad fra Lofoten

Hva er en beltestakk og hvor går grensen mellom det som kan kalles beltestakk og kjoler med bånd på?

Hva er en beltestakk og hvor går grensen mellom det som kan kalles beltestakk og kjoler med bånd på?

The bunad from Hardanger is a living tradition and has evolved from a folk costume. The different regions are indicated in the detailing on the costumes. This bunad has a green silk bodies and a black woolen skirt. The white apron has inlaid embroidery, which is known as Hardanger embroidery.  | Hardanger Folkemuseum, Utne in Norway

The bunad from Hardanger is a living tradition and has evolved from a folk costume. The different regions are indicated in the detailing on the costumes. This bunad has a green silk bodies and a black woolen skirt. The white apron has inlaid embroidery, which is known as Hardanger embroidery. | Hardanger Folkemuseum, Utne in Norway

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