Hungarian folk art and costume

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Hungarian girl in traditional Kalocsa folk dress. Kalocsa is a town in Bács-Kiskun county, Hungary. It lies 142 km south of Budapest. We Are The World, People Around The World, Folklore, Beautiful Children, Beautiful People, Hungarian Girls, Hungarian Dance, Costumes Around The World, Hungarian Embroidery

Girl in Kalocsa Folk Dress

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Green damask gown belonging to Queen Mary of Hapsburg Hungarian ca 1520 Hungarian National Museum Renaissance Mode, Renaissance Costume, Renaissance Fashion, Renaissance Clothing, Antique Clothing, Old Dresses, Vintage Dresses, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion

Extant originals - European renaissance, Dress of Mary Habsburg

Green damask gown belonging to Queen Mary of Hapsburg, Hungarian, ca. 1520. Hungarian National Museum.

Magyar Huszár - Hungarian Hussar - Hungarian traditional clothing is probably the most flattering to the male physique Source by kontogiannisnag mens Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Hungarian Embroidery, Folk Costume, Military Fashion, Traditional Dresses, Ukraine, Thing 1, Europe

Magyar Huszár - Hungarian Hussar

Szűcs Mihály Huszárbandérium, Gödöllői Királyi Kastély Barokk Napok

"Hungarian clothing from the turn of 15 and 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. Medieval Fashion, Medieval Clothing, Historical Clothing, Mens Garb, European Costumes, Celtic, Landsknecht, Fantasy Dress, Medieval Fantasy

Tailor's - Ivanka, Hungarian clothing

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.