Spectacular And Beautiful Women Wearing Traditional Ukrainian Crowns

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Spectacular And Beautiful Women Wearing Traditional Ukrainian Crowns

Today, after the 2014 Ukrainian Revolution, headdresses are worn in everyday life to symbolize national pride. Share messages of peace, tenderness, and knowledge of Ukrainian culture with the world.

'The Workshop โ€œ Treti Pivni โ€ โ€“ is a team of photographers, stylists, makeup artists, and promoters united by the love towards Ukraine and a wide desire to open the beauty and unique culture of their country, to show the wealth of Ukrainian national costumes from different provinces through photographs. The stylist and founder of the Workshop is Dominika Dyka. She recreates the ancient looks by dressing people in Ukrainian traditional costumes with a headdress to show old-time traditions and outfits. Recreational projects of this workshop include taking photos of ordinary people, not models, so they can get a chance to get in touch with the history of their motherland. Also, the Workshop produces modern stage headdress based on traditions.'

Ukraine has many regions that have their own charms in terms of customs and culture that distinguish one another. This is also what Treti Pivni tried to raise. Treti lifted the beauty of Ukrainian women with their traditional clothes complete with beautiful flower crowns. Try to see the results of a beautiful portrait. The crown of a bride from Ukraine looks like a peacock's tail that is blooming. The flowers are arranged in such a way as to make this crown look festive.

Before the war and communism changed the traditions of Eastern Europe, little girls growing up in Ukraine were allowed to decorate their hair. Initially enough with flowers and ribbons and green tendrils. In summer, they are crowned with fresh flowers, while in winter they make flowers from cloth or paper.

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Once the girl wanted to show readiness to get married, she announced through the crown on her head. Flower decoration will become more complicated. When getting married, the girl's friends will weave a flower arrangement for the wedding. The crown must be the most beautiful she has ever worn.

"That is the last time a woman can wear a bouquet of flowers in her pals," said Lubow Wolynetz, curator of folk art in the Ukrainian Museum, New York. "Once married, she no longer decorates her hair or head." In the 20th century, this tradition is lost. In Communist Ukraine, wearing embroidered traditional clothes and a flower crown on the head is a symbol of resistance. Today, after the 2014 Ukrainian Revolution, headdresses are worn in everyday life to symbolize national pride. Share messages of peace, tenderness, and knowledge of Ukrainian culture with the world.

Photographs of these flower crown arrangements are few of those that can survive. Now, once independent, this tradition is revived. Wearing a flower crown becomes trendy. Flower arrangements are sold in many places in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, wrote fashion magazine correspondent.

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A studio, Third Roosters, uses photos of traditional old school crowns to create an extraordinary hair decoration. Third Rooster is creating an authentic Ukrainian appearance back in the 19th and early 20th centuries, before the First World War. They didn't have different weddings all over Uk Rainia.

It is a symbol of eternity and beauty, which must be included in every sequence. Now, making one complicated crown takes more than one day. Studio Third Rooster began making this flower arrangement again a few years ago as part of a project supporting fighters in Southern Ukraine.

They dress their wives, sisters, and warrior mothers in clothing inspired by traditional Ukrainian clothing. This flower on the head is the most amazing part. "People want to go back and dig into the past, they want to re-display this beautiful part," said Wolynetz.

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