Lillehammerbunaden har hele fire fargealternativer på klede; blå, sort, grønn eller rød, og har et håndbrodert blomstermotiv på livet og en bred blomsterbord nederst på stakken.
My cousin Vilja posing in the national costume of Etelä-Pohjanmaa (Southern Ostrobothnia) region. Grandma made all of us female grandchildren the costumes when we were teens. Our costumes reflect the region where our maternal family is from, rather than the styles traditionally used in South & Central Finland where me and my cousins are from. The costume models are reconstructions of 18th century fashion. They are based on excavations and other sources in a given area.
Etelä-Pohjanmaan eli Härmän-Isonkyrön seudun kansallispuku syntyi vuonna 1922, jolloin U.T. Sirelius julkaisi pukumallin. Etelä-Pohjanmaan puku on tarkastettu 1990-luvulla. Minulla on vuoden 1922 p…
Overview of Norwegian Costumes, part 2. The eastern heartland
Hello all, This is the second part of my overview of the costumes of Norway. This will cover the central row of provinces in Eastern Norway, the yellow and orange ones on the map below, minus the ones I covered in the first article. This includes the provinces of Oppland, Buskerud, Telemark, and East and West Agder. All of these have at least some areas in which folk costumes were a living tradition or within living memory at the beginning of the 20th cent. The National Bunad Council Bunad…