Countess Varvara Vasilyevna Moussine-Pushkinaat the Winter Palace Costume Ball of 1903, in 17th-century boyarishnya's attire.

For my 1903 Imperial costume ball challenge Countess Varvara Vasilyevna Moussine-Pushkina

1903 costume ball in the Winter Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia. Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna (senior) in a boyarynya fancy dress on the fashion of the 17th century. Boyarynya is a noble woman in ancient Russia, a boyar's wife. #Russian #history #Romanov

1903 costume ball in the Winter Palace, St. Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna (senior) in a boyarynya fancy dress on the fashion of the century. Boyarynya is a noble woman in ancient Russia, a boyar's wife.

Traditional Romanian clothing

Romanian folk costume has remained relatively unchanged and continues to be worn for festival occasions. The basic model for women consists of an embroidered blouse and skirt, belt, head scarf, and often a vest or jacket

The Empress Alexandra in her costume for the 1903 ball at the Hermitage.Faberge created a special period necklace to hold the aincent emerald pendant

1903 costume ball in the Winter Palace, Saint Petersburg, Russia. Empress Alexandra Feodorovna is dressed as Russian Tsarina Maria Ilyinichna –

Countess Alexandra Dmitrievna Tolstaya dressed in a XVII century Russian costume for the Romanov Imperial Ball, April 1903.

1903 costume ball in the Winter Palace, St. Countess Alexandra Dmitrievna Tolstaya wears a boyaryshnya fancy dress in the fashion of the century. Boyaryshnya is a noble girl in medieval Russia.

Anna Pavlova and Michael Mordkin, 1909.

Russian costumes worn by Anna Pavlova & Mikhail Mordkin in a ballet called "Russian Dance" What a kokoshnik !

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