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Folk Costumes of Germany. Mittelfranken This costume is from Schwabach.

Folk Costumes of Germany. Mittelfranken This costume is from Schwabach.

Braun & Schneider's Costumes - "BRETAGNE (Number 840)" - Chromo Lithograph - 1861

Braun & Schneider's Costumes - "BRETAGNE (Number 840)" - Chromo Lithograph - 1861

French Costume,Brittany France,Breton,Schneider,Munich,Regional,Headdress,Folklore,Norway

.Dalmatia Croatia http://www.adriaticaccommodation.net/search/croatia/split-dalmatia #croatia #costumes

.Dalmatia Croatia http://www.adriaticaccommodation.net/search/croatia/split-dalmatia #croatia #costumes

Festive head-wear of a married woman from the town of Galich, Kostroma Province, Russia. Modern work according to the fashion of the 19th century.

Festive head-wear of a married woman from the town of Galich, Kostroma Province, Russia. Modern work according to the fashion of the 19th century.

Bosácký kroj (Frauentrachten), Tschechien, Slowakei, Postkarte, ca. 1900

Bosácký kroj (Frauentrachten), Tschechien, Slowakei, Postkarte, ca. 1900

PIN NOW READ LATER - folk costumes of poland - dontcha just love how this granny is showing off her girls - READ HOW to do the folkloric look without looking like Heidi at http://boomerinas.com/2013/03/how-to-do-folkloric-fashion-without-looking-like-heidi/

PIN NOW READ LATER - folk costumes of poland - dontcha just love how this granny is showing off her girls - READ HOW to do the folkloric look without looking like Heidi at http://boomerinas.com/2013/03/how-to-do-folkloric-fashion-without-looking-like-heidi/

Dutch Dance Costumes | Tulip Time, May 2-9, 2015 - Holland, Michigan

Dutch Dance Costumes | Tulip Time, May 2-9, 2015 - Holland, Michigan

Spain | Traditional costume from the mountainous area of La Alberca,  province of Salamanca in the autonomous community of Castilla y León.  These also sometimes were worn as wedding dresses. | © Soslyos (Chema G.) via flickr

Spain | Traditional costume from the mountainous area of La Alberca, province of Salamanca in the autonomous community of Castilla y León. These also sometimes were worn as wedding dresses. | © Soslyos (Chema G.) via flickr

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