Fashion - Hungarian Baroque

Hungarian Baroque fashion and lifestyle
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Bodice & Skirt  --  Mid-17th Century  --  The Museum of Applied Arts

This is the renaissance dress I want! Skirt and bodice from the wardrobe of Orsolya Esterházy, mid c. Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest

Bodice and skirt, 17th century court dress, Hungarian.  Velvet with beading and embroidery.   Detail of back of bodice.

Hungarian bodice and skirt. Detail of back of bodice. century court dress from the wardrobe of Orsolya Eszterházy. Velvet with corall beading and embroid. Museum of Applied Art, Budapest.

War-Saw+medium+armor+by+Sharpener.deviantart.com+on+@deviantART

War-saw heavy armor, or what is atleast heavy by my standards costume BASED on the gears used by Salem and Rios in the game "Army of two"

Dress of Katalin Brandenburg, from 1626-29, Magyar Nemzeti Muzeum, Helikon Kiado, foto Dabasi Andras

Dress of Katalin Brandenburg, consort of Gabor Bethlen, from Magyar Nemzeti Muzeum, Helikon Kiado, foto Dabasi Andras

Detail of traditional dress from Hungary

Kalotaszeg - costume of the ethnic Hungarians living in Kalotaszeg, Erdély

Kalotaszeg, village next to the river Kalota in Transsylvania, today Romania - Google Search

Kalotaszeg regional designs in house, wall art, dishes, furniture, headdress…

Mente (overcoat) - from the wardrobe of István Esterházy 1640: silver-gilt thread, cut-pile velvet, silk yarn

Magyar, Hungarian - Mente (overcoat) - from the wardrobe of István Esterházy silver-gilt thread, cut-pile velvet, silk yarn

Portrait of Bálint Balassi 17th century. He was an hungarian poet who wrote also in turkish and slovakian among others and founder of the modern Hungarian lyric and erotic poetry.

Portrait of Bálint Balassi century. He was an hungarian poet who wrote also in turkish and slovakian among others and founder of the modern Hungarian lyric and erotic poetry.

ca 1690. Coat from the wardrobe of Paul Esterhazy, hungary. Silve gilt thread, velvet, silver thread, pearl, silk fabric lining. Dolmány - Esterházy Pál ruhatárából

a Hungarian dolmány (dolman), ca. from the wardrobe of Paul Esterhazy. Velvet, silver thread, pearls, silk fabric lining.

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