The headdress that gives the Vest-Agder woman her silhouette is called…
"Vest-Agder bunad" with red waist, black skirt and embroidered apron from Vest-Agder, Norway
Almen borger i Vonya.
Amli Bunad – Part 1
Bunad from Aust-Agder, Norway, Sorlandet area
Here is a bride from Vest Agder in Norway dressed in a reconstructed costume from 1810 made by Mandal Husflid.
A Norwegian Bride, silver wedding crown.
pinned by Anika Schmitt
Sami father and son at a wedding in traditional costume.Kautokeino, N.Norway: Kautokeino, Norwegian Lapland: Arctic & Antarctic photographs, pictures & images from Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography.
Åmlibunad fra Aust-Agder Dame
Norway- this called a baby bunad. This Norwegian baby is soo cute!
good thing we've got our wool petticoats on today, Soir!
Costume for novel: wedding dress and pearl crown from Hardanger
The blue jacket is made of broadcloth and edged with black velvet ribbon. The blue apron, blåtrykksforklær, is made of dyed and printed cotton. There are also silk aprons that are used on festive occasions.
Folk costumes from hardangerfjord The girl´s jacket, in dark blue wool and silk edging, is an original from the museum collection. Her plaited hair and the embroidered belt indicates that she is not married.
National Costumes from Telemark County, Norway
People from eastern Telemark, ca. NORWAY: The traditional folk costume of Norway, called Bunad. Nowadays, it is commonly worn on Norway’s Constitution day (May The specifics of design may also vary, shown here is a couple from the Telemark region circa