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About site. The national character of different countries can make a strong impression on us and can provide a great deal of food for thought. This influence helps to explain why we like to examine, observe or just gloss over the traditional costumes of various nations. Clothing shows us the history of a specific nation and reveals insight into their traditions, beliefs, and perceptions of beauty. The national dress helps us to identify the relative countries that have a similar or common history or heritage. But usually the most interesting and exciting for us are those national costumes that differ from our own.

On the web-site Nationalclothing.org you can read about various national clothing, the history of traditional dress and the modern life of vintage pieces of clothes, the characteristics and traditional features of specific national costumes and among other topics. We'll try to expand your knowledge about traditional garments of different countries. And, of course, we hope it will be interesting to learn new facts and to read fascinating stories about traditional and modern costumes all around the world.

Our team is situated in Ukraine, a country that takes pride in its history, time-honored traditions and ancestry. But we are ready to tell you about the traditional clothing of any country, nation or geographical area.

Forum.nationalclothing.org will give you the opportunity to discuss various national costumes and specific pieces of clothing with other readers. Here, you can tell people about your national dress, share interesting stories about clothes, ask questions and download your favourite photos of folk clothing.

We hope you'll enjoy our web-site. We're working to make it better and more interesting for you every day.

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#9 Sofia 2016-10-23 10:47
To Judith Smart
Thank you for your comment. We’re very interested in writing an article / articles about the Welsh national dress. And we’re gathering info about it. If you would like to provide our website with any photos, videos, and reliable text information on this topic, we’d be grateful. Of course, we mention the names of photographers or owners of these materials in the article. It is very important for us to make our articles reliable and interesting. That’s why we try to use not only Internet sources and books but real people as well. If you and your friends have something to share with the world, please do it. My e-mail: . Or you can use our forum to share your ideas, knowledge, and photos with other people.
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#8 Judith Smart 2016-10-22 19:46
Disappointing to find no mention of the Welsh national dress. Although the Welsh culture was largely depressed by the dominant English culture for decades, elements survived and were 're-discovered in the 19th century. Woollen home woven check fabrics were used for both skirts and shawls. The shawls were wound around women's bodies in distinctive 'Welsh fashion' which enabled mothers to continue with domestic and other activities while keeping the child secure. Photographs of women wearing their shawls in this style while keeping vigil after mining disasters into the 20th century can readily be found on line. The earlier use of a black stove-pipe hat over a white cap has a less well authenticated history but reference to the Welsh National Folk|Museum will provide details of traditional dress as well as the specific style of quilting which Welsh communities also developed. .
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#2 Sofia, site owner 2016-02-02 10:56
Hello. I'm the editor-in-chief of this website. Our team is situated in Ukraine. We are journalists. And we're fond of the traditional costumes of the world. If you have any questions or suggestions to our team, let me know, please. My e-mail:
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#1 olivia 2016-02-01 23:20
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Every culture has features and peculiarities, familiar only to the people of this nation. And it’s very interesting to learn about traditional clothing from natives. That’s why if you have something to say about your national costume, please, do it using comments. Tell us things which you know about your country’s cultural heritage. Other people will discover something new for them thanks to you.

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