Traditional clothes of Polish
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Traditional clothes of Polish

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Traditional clothes of Polish
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Chirchik State Pedagogical Institute

Chirchik State Pedagogical Institute

Chirchik State Pedagogical Institute

Theme:Traditional clothes
of Polish

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Traditional clothes of Polish

Traditional clothes of Polish

Traditional clothes of Polish

Traditional clothes of Polish

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Polish couple avaThe national attire of

Polish couple avaThe national attire of Poland is very colorful, festive, and diverse. Different regions of the country have their own unique features. It’s a pity, folk costumes are very seldom used in a day-to-day life; but Polish people often wear them on special occasions (weddings, ethnic festivals, national celebrations and etc.). The most impressive pieces of Polish national clothing are headdresses. They are unique, very delicate, and sophisticated.

Traditional clothes of Polish

Traditional clothes of Polish

Traditional clothes of Polish

Traditional clothes of Polish

LESSER POLAND Polish dancers in folk outfits of a local ethnic group called “Lachy

LESSER POLAND Polish dancers in folk outfits of a local ethnic group called “Lachy

LESSER POLAND

Polish dancers in folk outfits of a local ethnic group called “Lachy Sądeckie” (Lesser Poland). Photo from Wikipedia.orgThe female folk costume consists of a white embroidered blouse, a vest (usually black with many adornments), a full skirt with a floral pattern, an apron, a headdress, boots, and a red coral beaded necklace as a jewelry piece.Unmarried girls use wreaths made from fresh or artificial flowers and embellished with colorful ribbons. Married women wear kerchiefs.The traditional men’s and women’s costumes from Lesser Poland are very bright, multicolored, and adorned with exquisite embroidery and floral patterns.

Traditional clothes of Polish

Traditional clothes of Polish

Pomerania The most typical traditional clothing of this area is the

Pomerania The most typical traditional clothing of this area is the

Pomerania

The most typical traditional clothing of this area is the Kashubian folk outfit. Kashubians are a Slavic ethnic group which lives in northern Poland, in Pomerania region.The male folk costume consists of a white linen shirt, sackcloth or linen trousers, a russet coat or a two-rowed waistcoat as outerwear, an optional vest, leather shoes or boots, and a hat.A russet coat is a long sleeveless coat made from blue fabric. It has creases in the back, a long narrow belt, a red-edged collar, and a row of buttons on the front side. This garment is not very practical, so in a day-to-day life, it was replaced by a two-rowed waistcoat.

Traditional clothes of Polish

Traditional clothes of Polish

Prussia The most interesting area in

Prussia The most interesting area in

Prussia

The most interesting area in Prussia region of Poland – if to talk about the traditional costume – is Warmia. The men’s authentic costume of Warmia is lost – nobody uses it nowadays. It is replaced with an ordinary outfit, average for Poland. It consists of a white linen shirt (sometimes embroidered), loose trousers, a jacket / vest / coat (usually, red or blue), a hat (straw hat, high brimmed hat, etc), and boots.The female folk costume is more outstanding: bright and unusual, with a unique headdress. It consists of a white shirt, a skirt, an apron, a bodice or vest, a jacket or coat, boots, a headdress, and jewelry.

Traditional clothes of Polish

Traditional clothes of Polish

Masovia Very colorful and bright folk costumes are typical for this region

Masovia Very colorful and bright folk costumes are typical for this region

Masovia

Very colorful and bright folk costumes are typical for this region. The main feature of the outfits from the central part of Poland is colorful stripes. For example, almost every piece of a Łowicz costume (Łowicz region of the country) is decorated with stripes of all colors and sizes. The Masovian area is considered to have the most festive traditional dresses in Poland. Even today, many Poles from other regions wear Masovian outfits for holidays and special occasions.In general, the male folk costume in Masovia consists of a white shirt with some or without embroidery, trousers, a woven belt, a sleeveless coat or vest, a coat or jacket, a headdress, and boots. The most widespread colors for the men’s costume are orange, green, violet, red, and blue. The trousers are often striped.

Podlasie The male folk costume consists of a linen shirt with no or little embellishments (mostly embroidery), plain linen trousers, a woven belt, a woolen…

Podlasie The male folk costume consists of a linen shirt with no or little embellishments (mostly embroidery), plain linen trousers, a woven belt, a woolen…

Podlasie

The male folk costume consists of a linen shirt with no or little embellishments (mostly embroidery), plain linen trousers, a woven belt, a woolen overcoat, a straw hat for summer and woolen hat for winter, linen footcloths, and bast shoes. The outfit is very simple and peasant. The basts were made from the birch bark or linden bark. The bags were also woven of bark.The female folk costume of Podlasie is more diverse. There are 3 variants of a folk dress: Nadbuzhansk costume (a colorful outfit that has a lot in common with the national costumes of neighboring countries), Wlodawa costume (southern part of Podlasie region; it is something between the Polish folk dress and the national attires of neighboring territories), and Radzinsk costume (northwestern part of Podlasie region; it is completely Polish in style).

Silesia The female folk costume was very widespread in

Silesia The female folk costume was very widespread in

Silesia

The female folk costume was very widespread in Silesia region of Poland even in the end of the 19th century – the beginning of the 20th century. In the 18th-19th century, the women’s traditional outfit consisted of a short shirt, a corset, a long skirt, an apron, a headdress (a lace cap + kerchief), white stockings, and black shoes. Jewelry was used only by the noble and wealthy people.In the 20th century, the traditional female costume in Silesia consisted of an undershirt, a short shirt with puffy sleeves called “kabotek”, a corset called “Żywotek”, a long skirt, an apron, a belt, a headdress, white stockings, black shoes, and some jewelry (women of all the classes began to use jewelry with a folk clothing).

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