Fashion - Hungarian Baroque

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

Bodice & Skirt -- Mid-17th Century -- The Museum of Applied Arts

Character Concept 4, Diego de Almeida on ArtStation at http://www.artstation.com/artwork/character-concept-4

Character Concept 4, Diego de Almeida on ArtStation at http://www.artstation.com/artwork/character-concept-4

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

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

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

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

Traditional Hungarian wear

Traditional Hungarian wear

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

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

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

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

tawnyscostumesandcuriosities:    Hungarian baroque gown

tawnyscostumesandcuriosities: Hungarian baroque gown

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 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.

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

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


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Costume Date: 1850–1900 Culture: Hungarian Medium: silk, fur, cotton, linen, wool, leather, metallic thread

Costume Date: 1850–1900 Culture: Hungarian Medium: silk, fur, cotton, linen, wool, leather, metallic thread

Hungarian clothing    from the turn of 15 and 16th century. Dolman (inner coat) is made of damask and sateen. Upper coat is of velvet plus cloth  and sash of velvet. Hem of upper coat and hat is decorated by fur.    This costume is a product of Ivanka and Lenka's cooperation.

Hungarian clothing from the turn of 15 and 16th century. Dolman (inner coat) is made of damask and sateen. Upper coat is of velvet plus cloth and sash of velvet. Hem of upper coat and hat is decorated by fur. This costume is a product of Ivanka and Lenka's cooperation.

Clothing of Valachia    inspired by eastern part of Hungary, mainly by Valachian national hero Vlado Tepes.    Bordo velvet lined by black fur, hat decorated by feather, brocade sash, white shirt.    Author Ivanka.

Clothing of Valachia inspired by eastern part of Hungary, mainly by Valachian national hero Vlado Tepes. Bordo velvet lined by black fur, hat decorated by feather, brocade sash, white shirt. Author Ivanka.

Dolman       Dolman used by Hungarian men in 16th century is made of green brocade with gold sateen lining.

Dolman Dolman used by Hungarian men in 16th century is made of green brocade with gold sateen lining.

These were ancient Baltic costumes from Latvia, 8-12th century. Latvia, Northern Europe

These were ancient Baltic costumes from Latvia, 8-12th century. Latvia, Northern Europe

Sigismund       Clothes inspired by Bohemian gothic fashion from 15th century. Clothes are made of velvet and brocade.

Sigismund Clothes inspired by Bohemian gothic fashion from 15th century. Clothes are made of velvet and brocade.

Latvian national costume (but only one of many different styles)

Latvian national costume (but only one of many different styles)

Hungarian women's dress from the 16-17th century.  You can see the ancient symbol called " Tree of life" in the embroidery.

Hungarian women's dress from the 16-17th century. You can see the ancient symbol called " Tree of life" in the embroidery.

Pastalas [moccasins], Vizes [shoes woven of birch or linden bark] or shoes, depending on the occasion and the wealth of the wearer. Here is a pair of Pastalas from this area, not really distinct from other regions.

Pastalas [moccasins], Vizes [shoes woven of birch or linden bark] or shoes, depending on the occasion and the wealth of the wearer. Here is a pair of Pastalas from this area, not really distinct from other regions.

tsar's cut-velvet coat, cuffed with pearls and gems

tsar's cut-velvet coat, cuffed with pearls and gems

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