What's up with Norway and costume? For what it must be, when 70% of all Norwegian women have a costume hanging in the closet. The total Norwegian costume park represents a monetary value of well over 30 billion dollars and nothing suggests that the trend is about to reverse. There are hundreds of costumes in Norway. All with its unique history and regional affiliation. Anyone have a costume also has a unique history, linked to right his costume. Norwegian Flid Husfliden presents a costume…

Would be neat to wear this as a winter dress or costume, Norwegian beltestakk

Øst-Telemark Raudtrøyebunad og Øst Telemark herre fra 1750

Costume from the early It has many possibilities for variation. It could have been made of brocade, silk or velvet. Everything was sewn by hand and the apron was embroidered with gold or silver thread.

Øst-Telemark Gråtrøye (og Øst-Telemark beltestakk)

Øst-Telemark Gråtrøye (og Øst-Telemark beltestakk)

West Telemark Bunad all hand embroidered, made in Norway, cost in US dollars $5,000 clothing only

West Telemark Bunad all hand embroidered, made in Norway, cost in US dollars…

"Beltestakk" from Øst-Telemark, Telemark, Norway. This bunad have many variations. You have a lot of different choices in this buand and almost no one have the excact same model

"Beltestakk" from Øst-Telemark, Telemark, Norway. This bunad have many variations. You have a lot of different choices in this buand and almost no one have the excact same model

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