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Viking dress based off the Birka grave 735. This is the only one I've found so far that has done all the bands, most people do just a few bands across the top. I was so happy to find an actual reproduction of this interpretation! By Savelyeva Ekaterina https://www.facebook.com/savelyeva.ekaterina.7?fref=photo More info about Birka 735 can be found at http://urd.priv.no/viking/smokkr.html

asatru-ingwaz: “ “ Viking dress based off the Birka grave This is the only one I’ve found so far that has done all the bands, most people do just a few bands across the top. I was so happy to find an actual reproduction of this interpretation!

Viking necklace of glass beads. Grave find, Gotland, Sweden. Object from the exhibition "We call them Vikings" produced by The Swedish History Museum.

Object from the exhibition We call them Vikings produced by The Swedish History Museum Beads Glass Grave find, Krokstäde, Tofta, Gotland, Sweden.

Actual research on viking apron dresses; not the popular culture SCA interpretations...  (I may have pinned this before...)

Actual research on ancient Scandinavian apron dresses; not the popular culture SCA interpretations

It's nice to see this female reenactor wearing such laid-back, natural coloured garb, rather than the often exaggarated 'candy shop colours'. Yes, norse pagan people liked colourful clothing, but you can count on it, that those were not worn every day, in an agriculural based life, but only on special occasions.

It's nice to see this female reenactor wearing such laid-back, natural coloured…

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