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Russian folk dress cotton - Sarafan is traditionally decorated with embroidered ornaments to protect a woman against the evil spirits: the vertical line - to protect the stomach, and the bottom horisontal line - to protect the legs. RusClothing.com

Russian folk dress cotton - Sarafan is traditionally decorated with embroidered ornaments to protect a woman against the evil spirits: the vertical line - to protect the stomach, and the bottom horisontal line - to protect the legs. RusClothing.com

Date: 1900 Culture: Romanian Medium: leather

Date: 1900 Culture: Romanian Medium: leather

Ensemble Date: 1850–99 Culture: Russian Medium: cotton

Ensemble Date: 1850–99 Culture: Russian Medium: cotton

Ensemble Date: 19th century Culture: Romanian

Ensemble Date: 19th century Culture: Romanian

The Hungarian szür is derived from mantles over 2500 years old, and continued to be worn into the early 20th century. The garment was worn by shepherds mostly, providing protection from the harsh elements

The Hungarian szür is derived from mantles over 2500 years old, and continued to be worn into the early 20th century. The garment was worn by shepherds mostly, providing protection from the harsh elements

Russian apron, 1830-70. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Russian apron, 1830-70. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ensemble (back view) | European, Eastern, 1936 | Material: cotton | This folk ensemble is an example of pre-WWII era regional costume, remarkable both for its completeness and its relatively good condition. The culture is identified as Yugoslavian. The name (which means 'land of south Slavs') was formally adopted in 1929 for the post-World War I Balkan region known as the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Ensemble (back view) | European, Eastern, 1936 | Material: cotton | This folk ensemble is an example of pre-WWII era regional costume, remarkable both for its completeness and its relatively good condition. The culture is identified as Yugoslavian. The name (which means 'land of south Slavs') was formally adopted in 1929 for the post-World War I Balkan region known as the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Croatia, Moslavina ( micro-region situated between Zagreb region and Slavonia) national costumes characterized by countless combinations of floral motives and colors that probably reflect blooming meadows of this zone

Croatia, Moslavina ( micro-region situated between Zagreb region and Slavonia) national costumes characterized by countless combinations of floral motives and colors that probably reflect blooming meadows of this zone

Traditional costume from Dolj, Oltenia, ROMANIA

Traditional costume from Dolj, Oltenia, ROMANIA

"Apron" (ca. 19th century). Russian. Linen, Cotton. Gift of Miss Isabel Hapgood, 1911. Posted on metmuseum.org.

"Apron" (ca. 19th century). Russian. Linen, Cotton. Gift of Miss Isabel Hapgood, 1911. Posted on metmuseum.org.

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