Шведский костюм-( Swedish suit ).
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In Sweden, the traditional peasant costume out of everyday use in 1850 in connection with the development of communication, the growth of cities and industries all over the country people are moving away from the traditional costume, who was considered a symbol of a backward peasant world. ? However, at the turn of the XIX and XX centuries, Western Europe embraced the movement of neo-romanticism, and a secular society in Sweden to look to the peasant culture and folk costume. In 1891, in Stockholm, Arthur Hatselius founded Skansen - Ethnographic Open-Air Museum. In addition to the peasant life in general, Hatselius interest and national costume. Pants, made in the style of the people, were at the August Strindberg, such clothing is catching on even among members of the government. ? National Romanticism encourages people to explore the peasant costume. Leaving folk culture inspired not only artists Anders Zorn and Carl Larsson, the famous vospevateleyDalarna, but also many others. Created popular movements involved in the revival of old traditions: folk dance, music (spelmanov association), and traditional clothing. Folk costumes are looking for, study (the most in the same province of Dalarna). They are trying to reconstruct, on the basis of their costumes are created regions. In 1912, the local union suit created Norrbotten.
Germany traditional Bavarian costume (the Germans) is a fairly well-known Trachta (German Trachten) - both men's and women's suits and dirndl (German Dirndl) - only female national costume. The name comes from the Trachten of the Romantic era, it was in those days talked about traditions, about how people lived, talked, sang, and celebrated by dressing up and that was considered the basis of national culture.
Spanish traditional clothing was common in many villages and towns of the country until the end of the XIX century. Today, just as in all of Europe, it is pushed out of the daily life standard dress factory, but it is combined in the villages with traditional costume (most often a hat or shoes). National costumes worn in many rural and urban areas for the holidays and for the execution of national dances, competitions and exhibitions on regional clothing. However, Spain has preserved villages where wearing traditional costume and every day. It is worn in many villages of Extremadura, Salamanca (Leon), in a kind of ethnographic area Maragateriya (Leon), in the village of Lagartera (Province of Toledo), in the eastern mountains of Andalusia and in isolated mountain regions of Aragon (Anso and Echo), the inhabitants of the valley Paz (pasegos) and Santander province (north of Castile), and the Canary island
Ukraine Ukrainian Women's traditional costume has many local variants. Ethnographic peculiarities of the historical and cultural regions of Ukraine in the clothes appeared in silhouette, cut, parts of clothing, ways of wearing, the color decor, jewelry.
Japan Since the mid-XIX century, is a Japanese Kimono "national costume." Kimono is also working clothes geisha and maiko (geisha future).
Bulgaria Bulgarian National Costume's diverse styles of clothing and its colors. We know of today has developed its shape even in the feudal period and developed in the following centuries.
India Indian women's clothing varies by region of the country. Traditional Indian clothing, without which it is impossible to imagine an Indian woman called sari. Sari is the national Indian clothes are different in appearance, materials, embroidery in different regions.
Belarus Belarusian suit, having common roots with the Ukrainian and Russian folk costumes and being formed on the basis of mutual Lithuanian, Polish, Russian and Ukrainian traditions, yet different identities and is an independent phenomenon.
Egypt In ancient Egypt, the most common type of clothing was draped clothes, and later - bill, but never hinged. The cut and shape of the garment (both male and female) over the centuries has changed very slowly for a long time wear different classes differ only in quality fabrics and finishing.