Re: Croatian garb help....
Do you know what century is your Serbian footwear? Thanks.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Dani Kaulakis" <clevername6@...> wrote:
> I also am trying to throw together a south slavic (Serbian) persona
> and it has been very tough. Mostly I've been borrowing from
> neighboring regions and doing my best to get the time period
> The only aspect of my garb that I'm confident is correct is the
> footwear. ^_^; Opanci date well back to the middle ages, but
> that they will lack the toe curl of the modern traditional versions.
> This is a good picture
> Aside from that I've based my first bits of garb off of pictures of
> the Kamplin fair (where supposedly the workers wear medieval garb
> that area). My impression is that, aside from tons of embroidery,
> wear similar things to their neighbors.
> Hope that helps. I'm hurting for sources too so let us know if you
> make any headway.
> On Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 6:50 PM, Leonora Radovcic <Lightpaws@...>
> > Greetings to all SIG members. If anyone out there has any ideas or
> > pictures, links, regarding Croatian garb - around the 10th C.
> > would be very grateful. I am having a very hard time finding any
> > on period clothing for that country and that time-frame. Any
> > it will become Byzantine. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> > Thank you in advance.
> > YIS
> > Branimira