NATIONAL COSTUME OF SUVALKIJA Emilijus Stankus 8a, Gabrielius Pranulis 7a
• Suvalkija– is the latest developed ethnographic region of Lithuania. This part of country was laid waste by Teutonic ...
Men WomenGallery To the end
Women• Clothes of Suvalkija’s women are the most beautiful clothes in whole Lithuania for their bright colors and orname...
Aprons Shirts SkirtsBodices Head decorations Sashes Jewelery and shoes ...
Aprons• Apron is the most vivid and the most beautiful part of national clothes of Suvalkija’s woman.• Oldest zanavykai ...
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Shirts• Almost all women’s shirts in this region are as tunic.• They usually were sewn of cotton.• Shirts of women of Suv...
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Skirts• Skirts usually were made of medium wool.• Wide, gathered skirts in Suvalkija were vertically striped. They were ...
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Bodices• Older bodices in Suvalkija were of the same cut as those of Dzūkija.• Around the mid-nineteenth century, bodice...
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Sashes• Women in Suvalkija wore pick-up patterned sashes which, like everything in this land, were woven especially prec...
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Head decorations• Kapsai girls decorated their heads with tall, golden galloons. Zanavykai girls wore narrow galloons or ...
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Jewelery• Necklaces of chopped coral pieces were the favorite neck ornaments in this region.• Women of Zanavykai sometime...
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Men• Suvalkija’s men clothing are dark with bright colors decorations.• Men wore coats, skirts, pants, boots and hats.• ...
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Coats• Men in Suvalkija wore caftans pleated at the back. These caftans sewn from somewhat light gray or even white matt...
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Shirts• Tunic style shirts were sewn from white linen cloth.• They were sometimes modestly decorated with pleats or whit...
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Other• Men wore decorative pick-up patterned sashes around their waists.• They also wore high boots and hats with straig...
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References: 1. Knyga “Lietuvių tautinis kostiumas” 2. Inernetas: (1) (2) (3) (4) Muzika: Užpalių k...
National costume of Suvalkija
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National costume of Suvalkija

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  • 1. NATIONAL COSTUME OF SUVALKIJA Emilijus Stankus 8a, Gabrielius Pranulis 7a
  • 2. • Suvalkija– is the latest developed ethnographic region of Lithuania. This part of country was laid waste by Teutonic Order.• New residents from High Lithuania (Kapsai) and from Low Lithuania (Zanavykai) started to move from the other side of Nemunas. So they took their clothes which were typical for their fatherland.
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  • 4. Women• Clothes of Suvalkija’s women are the most beautiful clothes in whole Lithuania for their bright colors and ornament combinations on white shining background.• There are two types of clothes of Suvalkija’s women: kapsai and zanavykai.
  • 5. Aprons Shirts SkirtsBodices Head decorations Sashes Jewelery and shoes To the beginning
  • 6. Aprons• Apron is the most vivid and the most beautiful part of national clothes of Suvalkija’s woman.• Oldest zanavykai aprons, probably was in fashion in the middle of XIX century. The oldest examples of these are sewn from white linen cloth and decorated with red patterns.• The most favorite apron’s motive in whole region was the geometric ornament of four lilies.
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  • 8. Shirts• Almost all women’s shirts in this region are as tunic.• They usually were sewn of cotton.• Shirts of women of Suvalkija is very remarkable for their vide and very wrinkled on shoulder belt sleeves.• They were plenty decorated with plants or geometric figured ornaments.
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  • 10. Skirts• Skirts usually were made of medium wool.• Wide, gathered skirts in Suvalkija were vertically striped. They were dominated by one main color that was usually dark and rich (dark red, blue, violet, or green).• Symmetrically grouped narrow multicolored stripes separated wide areas of the main color.
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  • 12. Bodices• Older bodices in Suvalkija were of the same cut as those of Dzūkija.• Around the mid-nineteenth century, bodices of the Kapsai and Zanavykai types were already cut differentialy. Both types sewed fancy bodices from expensive store bought cloth: brocade, silk, wool, and damask.• The Zanavykai type wore bodices had short laps, while the Kapsai type had long and flared bodices.
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  • 14. Sashes• Women in Suvalkija wore pick-up patterned sashes which, like everything in this land, were woven especially precisely.• They were distinguished by very plentiful tassels, into which were woven not only threads, but also decorative scraps of cloth.
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  • 16. Head decorations• Kapsai girls decorated their heads with tall, golden galloons. Zanavykai girls wore narrow galloons or narrow sashes made of beads.• Married women wore various bonnets with white linen or cotton scarf tied in a knot at the back of the head.• Suvalkija’s women also wore headscarves.• Women of Kapsai heads usual decorated wide galleons, which is color of gold. Women of Zanavykai decorate their heads of some colors threads string head beads.• Married women wear various hoods, made of white weave lace, domestic linen and of expensive fabric silk textile.
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  • 18. Jewelery• Necklaces of chopped coral pieces were the favorite neck ornaments in this region.• Women of Zanavykai sometimes wore “GERKLUTĖS”. It was made of small beading and sewed into a roller. Shoes• Suvalkija women wore leather shoes and sometimes woodensoles with leather uppers.• In the summertime they wore very beautiful white openwork knitted socks.
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  • 20. Men• Suvalkija’s men clothing are dark with bright colors decorations.• Men wore coats, skirts, pants, boots and hats.• Men’s national clothes have a typical accent- decorative pick-up patterned sashes.
  • 21. CoatsShirtsOther To the beginning
  • 22. Coats• Men in Suvalkija wore caftans pleated at the back. These caftans sewn from somewhat light gray or even white matted woolen cloth.• In the second half of the nineteenth century, the coats gradually replaced caftans.
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  • 24. Shirts• Tunic style shirts were sewn from white linen cloth.• They were sometimes modestly decorated with pleats or white embroidery.
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  • 26. Other• Men wore decorative pick-up patterned sashes around their waists.• They also wore high boots and hats with straight brims that were decorated with feathers and flowers.
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  • 29. References: 1. Knyga “Lietuvių tautinis kostiumas” 2. Inernetas: (1) (2) (3) (4) Muzika: Užpalių kanklininkų ansamblioKlaipėdos Gedminų pagrindinė mokykla

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