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TRADITIONAL CLOTHING ON THE ISLAND OF HVAR
; Centar za zaštitu kulturne baštine otoka Hvara
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Kolumbić-Šćepanović, M. (1997). TRADICIJSKI NAČIN ODIJEVANJA NA OTOKU HVARU. Ethnologica Dalmatica, 6(1), 25-37. Preuzeto s http://hrcak.srce.hr/108503
Particularly in its last stage (the second half of the 19th century), the costume of Hvar was typologically very close to those of Split and Trogir. Woman’s costume consisted of a skirt - "kotola", a longsleeved or sleeveless waistcoat and an apron. Men wore tight trousers, white shirts, waistcoats, jackets and belts. However, the traditional costume of Hvar is distinguished by its peculiarly cut out woman’s sleeved waistcoat - "kamižola", with its lengthened back part - "batikula", and also by the use of parti-colored materials. Woman’s costume of Hvar includes a two-piece, so called "vestito", of deep blue, black, dark red or violet colors, and striped, flower- or strawberry-patterns. The pieces are either of same patterns, or the combination of a patterned waistcoat and "kotula" in a solid color, with an apron in harmony with them. Man’s costume is somewhat more rustic then an urban-type one, since it retained short trousers - "brageše" and "vela berita" under the influence of the Levantine style.
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