Re: [Slovak-World] Shorty shirts
- Sorry Martin, but I won't be sporting the French "threads" any time soon. :-)
Yes Joe, those abs are good, but don't underestimate the trouble one goes through to replace those "six packs" with "kegs!" As the good soldier Svejk says, "Good beer makes good bodies!"
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From: "Armata, Joseph R" <armata@...>
Date: Wed, 3 Feb 2010 15:55:59
Subject: RE: [Slovak-World] Shorty shirts
I think the ladies would have a greater appreciation for the Detva look if we men looked more like those models, rather than these!
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> > man's costume, it says "A short shirt scarcely covers his
> > chest."
> After Detva and Podhale, it's popped up in Paris. A report says that
> the French fashion designer, Romain Kremer, was inspired by his visit
> to a folk festival in Slovakia:
- Somewhere in this thread "goral" mountaineers hats are mentioned. Just recently through a Facebook Friend in Slovakia I got myself one of these black hats decorated with shells, imitation shells of course. The hat was medium price and cost 20 Euros plus only 7 Euros to mail and it came within 6 days. These hats as well as "bavarian" hats can cost four or five times as much here. I will be wearing it with my embroidered Rusyn shirt on the last day of skiing here when everyone wears "costumes on the slopes.