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    Anonymous

    From 1870:

    Zadar, Dalmatia (Present-day Croatia)

    [img width=700 height=439]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-019.jpg”/>

    Metkovic, Dubrovnik-Neretva region (Present-day Croatia)

    [img width=700 height=439]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-045.jpg”/>

    Kotor, Boka Kotorska (Present-day Montenegro)

    [img width=434 height=700]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-003wtmk.jpg”/>

    Knin, Krajina (Present-day Croatia)

    [img width=700 height=439]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-030.jpg”/>

    Knin, Krajina (Present-day Croatia)

    [img width=434 height=700]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-023.jpg”/>

    Vrlika, Krajina (Present-day Croatia)

    [img width=434 height=700]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-002wtmk.jpg”/>

    Vrlika, Krajina (Present-day Croatia)

    [img width=434 height=700]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-029.jpg”/>

    Cetinje, Old Montenegro (Present-day Montenegro)

    [img width=434 height=700]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-031.jpg”/>

    Cetinje Old Montenegro (Present-day Montenegro)

    [img width=434 height=700]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-004wtmk.jpg”/>

    Doljane, Sumadija (Present-day Serbia)

    [img width=434 height=700]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-008.jpg”/>

    Sutomiscica, Ugljan Island, Dalmatia (Present-day Croatia)

    [img width=434 height=700]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-011.jpg”/>

    Imotica, Herzegovina-Dubrovnik (Present-day Croatia)

    [img width=434 height=700]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-013.jpg”/>

    Senj, Dalmatia (Present-day Croatia)

    [img width=434 height=700]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-007.jpg”/>

    Senj, Dalmatia (Present-day Croatia)

    [img width=434 height=700]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-006.jpg”/>

    Benkovac, Krajina (Present-day Croatia)

    [img width=434 height=700]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-009.jpg”/>

    Benkovac, Krajina (Present-day Croatia)

    [img width=434 height=700]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-025.jpg”/>

    Split, Dalmatia (Present-day Croatia)

    [img width=434 height=700]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-043.jpg”/>

    Dubrovnik, Dalmatia (Present-day Croatia)

    [img width=434 height=700]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-027.jpg”/>

    Capljina, Western Herzegovina (Present-day Bosnia and Herzegovina)

    [img width=700 height=439]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-035.jpg”/>

    Budva, Pastrovici (Present-day Montenegro)

    [img width=700 height=439]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-034.jpg”/>

    Gabela, Western Herzegovina (Present-day Bosnia and Herzegovina)

    [img width=434 height=700]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-022.jpg”/>

    Karlovac, Krajina (Present-day Croatia)

    [img width=700 height=439]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-039.jpg”/>

    Otok Pag, Dalmatia (Present-day Croatia)

    [img width=700 height=439]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-040.jpg”/>

    Senj, North Dalmatia (Present-day Croatia)

    [img width=434 height=700]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-028.jpg”/>

    Sinj, South Dalmatia (Present-day Croatia)

    [img width=700 height=439]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-033.jpg”/>

    Kotor, Boka Kotorska (Present-day Montenegro)

    [img width=434 height=700]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-020.jpg”/>

    Sibenik, Dalmatia (Present-day Croatia)

    [img width=434 height=700]http://world4.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Serbian-costumes-016.jpg”/>

    #398441

    Anonymous

    There is a similar topic.

    #398442

    Anonymous

    Okay s**t! Sorry brate, didn't see that one.

    We can still salvage this one I guess, and post more Serb costumes by region.

    Do you happen to have any knowledge on the traditional Sumadian costume (prior to the 19th century?), and what type of costume did Karadjordje, Hajduk Veljko and all the up-risers wore?

    image

    #398443

    Anonymous

    Well about our costumes I can say only one thing. I will quote a text from M.S. Milojević and his work 'PESME I OBIČAI UKUPNOG NARODA SRBSKOG' from the year 1869.


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    [size=12pt]Kao god što valja opisivati čoveka i njegove sve strane, tako isto valja opisivati i sva odela njegova. Mi u kneževini u Bosni i u Srbo-Hrvatskm zemljama u Austriji, zbog neprestanih ratova Austrijanaca sa Osmanlijama, izgubili smo naše narodno odelo; te tako u mesto naših dolama, ćurdija, bečva, čakšira, čizama, kalpaka itd. sada odamo, kao divljaci u Polineziji, gotovo nagi goli. Velim nagi goli; jer opanak nikad nije obuća, no samo podloga ove, košulja, gaće itd. nije odelo no nešto sasvim drugo. A fes nije ništa drugo do karikatura evropske i hrišćanske civilizacije, ismejavanje ove i nagrda naših divnih i valjanih nekadašnjih kalpaka. Osim ovog žalost nas obuzima kad čujemo da se i u Staroj Srbiji narodna nošnja, njene bele i crveno-rujne, a negde i plavkaste dolame, zamjenjuju nakaradama od čakšira itd.

    Na koliko smo svesni svoje narodnosti i starine pokazuju poslane stvari na moskovsku izložbu i izbor ovih, a tako isto i naših narodnih vojnika odelo. Nesreća je to velika, kad bar ovde i ovom slučaju nećemo da zavedemo našu divnu i u svakom pogledu valjanu praktičnu staru nošnju. Kako se ove oprostismo od tog doba postali smo skup mučenika i bolesnika u celoj zemlji. Dakle sabirajmo sve to što je narodno i što je svojina srpska i uvodimo ovo u život, ako neželimo da isčeznemo s lica ove zemlje. Mi molimo i preklinjemo još jednom naše učitelje, sveštenike i sve rodoljube; da se svojski zauzmu za ove stvari, koje nam mogu tek otvoriti oči i upoznati nas. Samo ove bi će kadre da nas sbliže i upoznaju, te da jednom vidimo; da smo jedna i ista braća na Jadranskom na Belom i Crnom moru, na Dunavu kao i na Marici, na Šar-Planini, kao i ograncima Alpa itd.[/size][/li]

    Unfortunately today you will not find one intelectual Serb that remembers this words, let alone would live by them. Today we are, in regards to our attire, our language and our heritage 'skup mučenika i bolesnika u celoj zemlji'. Every Serb should read these wise words, written almost 150 years ago.

    – Pomodarstvo je kuga Srpstva

    #398444

    Anonymous

    Kao god što valja opisivati čoveka i njegove sve strane, tako isto valja opisivati i sva odela njegova. Mi u kneževini u Bosni i u Srbo-Hrvatskm zemljama u Austriji, zbog neprestanih ratova Austrijanaca sa Osmanlijama, izgubili smo naše narodno odelo; te tako u mesto naših dolama, ćurdija, bečva, čakšira, čizama, kalpaka itd. sada odamo, kao divljaci u Polineziji, gotovo nagi goli. Velim nagi goli; jer opanak nikad nije obuća, no samo podloga ove, košulja, gaće itd. nije odelo no nešto sasvim drugo. A fes nije ništa drugo do karikatura evropske i hrišćanske civilizacije, ismejavanje ove i nagrda naših divnih i valjanih nekadašnjih kalpaka. Osim ovog žalost nas obuzima kad čujemo da se i u Staroj Srbiji narodna nošnja, njene bele i crveno-rujne, a negde i plavkaste dolame, zamjenjuju nakaradama od čakšira itd.

    Na koliko smo svesni svoje narodnosti i starine pokazuju poslane stvari na moskovsku izložbu i izbor ovih, a tako isto i naših narodnih vojnika odelo. Nesreća je to velika, kad bar ovde i ovom slučaju nećemo da zavedemo našu divnu i u svakom pogledu valjanu praktičnu staru nošnju. Kako se ove oprostismo od tog doba postali smo skup mučenika i bolesnika u celoj zemlji. Dakle sabirajmo sve to što je narodno i što je svojina srpska i uvodimo ovo u život, ako neželimo da isčeznemo s lica ove zemlje. Mi molimo i preklinjemo još jednom naše učitelje, sveštenike i sve rodoljube; da se svojski zauzmu za ove stvari, koje nam mogu tek otvoriti oči i upoznati nas. Samo ove bi će kadre da nas sbliže i upoznaju, te da jednom vidimo; da smo jedna i ista braća na Jadranskom na Belom i Crnom moru, na Dunavu kao i na Marici, na Šar-Planini, kao i ograncima Alpa itd

    In short what he says?

    #398445

    Anonymous

    Why did the Costume in Vranje not accept the Sajkaca? It seems odd that they would keep the Fez.

    #398446

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    Why did the Costume in Vranje not accept the Sajkaca? It seems odd that they would keep the Fez.

    It seems like the Vranje costume was what was basically worn in Sumadija before the Sajkaca got incredibly popular.

    They didn't take the Sajkaca probably because the Sumadinci already did :)

    #398447

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    Why did the Costume in Vranje not accept the Sajkaca? It seems odd that they would keep the Fez.

    Šajkača came in use in end of XIX and begining of XX century, as part of military uniform. ANyway, just people in townswear feses, people in village did not wear them, they wore šubare.
    This is village costume from Leskovac:
    image
    As you see, no oriental influences as in town dress.

    #398448

    Anonymous

    First of all, some examples which were posted before, are not our traditional attire, but something one bought from the turkish merchants in the cities. Since Serbia was part of the Ottoman Empire, the attire they sold was of course turkish or turkish influenced. Fes, dimije, etc. are by no means Serbian traditional costume, nor even related in any sense to the Serbs, it was just a fashion fad of that time in the Ottoman empire, and something that was sold in the streets, the same way we buy italian fashion today.

    So when presenting Serbian traditional attire, one has to be able to make distinction in between tradition, and fashion fad of that time. Jeans, T-shirt, etc. will never be our traditional attire, eventhough our descendants will see us mostly in that attire in the photos they will inherit from us. In the same way we see our ancestors sometimes wearing turkish fashion instead of our own traditional attire.
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    Vojvodina
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    [td][img height=300]http://www.narodnenosnje.co.rs/nosnja/zapbacki04.jpg” />[/td]
    [td][img height=300]http://www.narodnenosnje.co.rs/nosnja/sevbacki02.jpg” />[/td]
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    [td][img height=300]http://www.narodnenosnje.co.rs/nosnja/banat03.jpg” />[/td]
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    [td][img height=300]http://www.narodnenosnje.co.rs/nosnja/srem09.jpg” />[/td]
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    [td][img height=300]http://www.narodnenosnje.co.rs/nosnja/srem07.jpg” />[/td]
    [td][img height=300]http://www.narodnenosnje.co.rs/nosnja/srem05.jpg” />[/td]
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    Zapadna Srbija
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    [td][img height=300]http://www.narodnenosnje.co.rs/nosnja/zlatibor03.jpg” />[/td]
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    Šumadija
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    [td][img height=300]http://www.narodnenosnje.co.rs/nosnja/sumadija03.jpg” />[/td]
    [td][img height=300]http://www.narodnenosnje.co.rs/nosnja/pomoravski01.jpg” />[/td]
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    Istočna Srbija
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    [td][img height=300]http://www.narodnenosnje.co.rs/nosnja/zajecarski02.jpg” />[/td]
    [td][img height=300]http://www.narodnenosnje.co.rs/nosnja/nisavski08.jpg” />[/td]
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    [td][img height=300]http://www.narodnenosnje.co.rs/nosnja/pirotski01.jpg” />[/td]
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    Kosovo i Metohija
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    [td][img height=300]http://www.narodnenosnje.co.rs/nosnja/kosovski13.jpg” />[/td]
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    Jugoistočna Srbija
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    [td][img height=300]http://www.narodnenosnje.co.rs/nosnja/pcinja01.jpg” />[/td]
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    Crna Gora
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    Hercegovina
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    Krajina
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    Bosnia and Hercegovina in general
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    Sanski Most[/td]
    [td][img height=300]http://www.bosnafolk.com/sehara/nnosnje/images/11.jpg” />
    okolina Glamoča[/td]
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    [td][img height=300]http://www.bosnafolk.com/sehara/nnosnje/images/12.jpg” />
    Donji Unac[/td]
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    okolina Birca – Istočna Bosna[/td]
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    okolina Brčkog[/td]
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    [td][img height=300]http://www.bosnafolk.com/sehara/nnosnje/images/27.jpg” />
    okolina Brčkog[/td]
    [td][img height=300]http://www.bosnafolk.com/sehara/nnosnje/images/28.jpg” />
    okolina Dervente[/td]
    [td][img height=300]http://www.bosnafolk.com/sehara/nnosnje/images/30.jpg” />
    okolina Bosanskog Šamca[/td]
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    #398449

    Anonymous

    image

    For comparison:

    image

    Could someone tell me, why anti-ottoman Serbians were wearing this m.uslim hat, which is even banned in Turkey (due to kemalism)?

    #398450

    Anonymous

    It was the fashion back in those times. I own a Fez, but that's because it's part of Bosniak culture. The Serbian hat now is the Šajkača.

    #398451

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    image

    For comparison:

    image

    Could someone tell me, why anti-ottoman Serbians were wearing this m.uslim hat, which is even banned in Turkey (due to kemalism)?

    It's actually greek, the Ottomans adopted it.

    #398452

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    image

    For comparison:

    image

    Could someone tell me, why anti-ottoman Serbians were wearing this m.uslim hat, which is even banned in Turkey (due to kemalism)?

    Yeah, I know people with fez look badass  :D

    #398453

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    It's actually greek, the Ottomans adopted it.

    Why did the Greeks stop wearing it?

    #398454

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    It's actually greek, the Ottomans adopted it.

    not true.

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