Costume Manufacturer since 1957

greek traditional folklore ethnic costumes
 


We produced on demand existing or new designs for dancing groups, Greek Festivals & others   send us a request
tradition is the history of our country, we follow the tradition characterizes the place and its people, popular, local traditional costumes with love and respect to tradition, quality and respect for tradition are the characteristics of our national costumes, Greek costumes local folk costumes traditional costumes from crafts stamco, Men's Costumes There are two main types of costumes for men. Foustanella and Vraka. In the central and southern regions of Greece wear the "fustanella". After the liberation of Greece in the first quarter of the 19th century, all male costumes in Peloponnesus took the form of the fustanella. Fustanella was worn by the Greek fighters of the 1821 revolution and today it serves as the official uniform of the Evzones, Greece's Presidential Guard. The fustanella skirt consists of 400 pleats symbolizing the years during which Greece was under Ottoman rule. The remainder of the costume is composed of a white shirt with very wide flowing sleeves, an embroidered woolen vest, a sash worn around the waist, and shoes (tsarouhia) with large pompons. The embroidery is made of spun wool and the belt is of a fine leather work. The Fustanella has changed in the meaning of detailed work, the length of the fousta, and, sometimes, the number of jackets worn. The sleeves have become decorative, resembling wings without the function of sleeves. After all the changes, it has become the standard Pan-Hellenic male costume used to the modern times. Extremely popular, this costume is now one of the world's most well-known traditional garments: Vraka The word vraka means generally the male Crete costume although this kind of trousers worn by the islands inhabitants of Greece instead of a fustanella. The men's costume is made of heavy wool felt to protect against the cold and is embroidered with black cord. In some island 'vraka' was worn by women too and was long, to the ankles, because during the Turkish occupation women wanted to hide their legs from the eyes of the Turks. The male Epirotan costume has also characteristic pair of pants, called 'bourazana' or 'panovraki', which resembles the Macedonian 'salvaria' or 'vrakia'. The pants are either white or black. Women's Costumes One general rule about the Women's costumes concerns the main parts of their traditional dress. Most of the mainland costumes in particular have a cotton chemise (poukamiso) as the basic garment. On the body, over the chemise, there is a sleeveless vest which is usually made of wool. These may be short or long. Sometimes dresses are of homespun wool, but in some areas they are made from finer factory woven wools. Colors are sometimes black, sometimes white. Sometimes in urban areas, they are made from velvet. Other important elements of the women's costumes are various types of aprons, sashes, and head coverings. The head coverings are usually large scarves of various materials and colors. Women's dresses were handmade embellished with detailed needlework and decorated in a rich and colorful fashion.Although there are some generalizations that can be made about the women's dresses and their styles and components, costumes of each area tend to be different. Look at these examples below. Amalia In our days the national costume of Greece, the one designated by Queen Amalia. She was the first queen of Greece, and was of Bavarian descent. The true Amalia skirt was originally green, but was later changed to blue. A long sleeved jacket is worn with the skirt. The hat has a long cord, (traditionally made of the woman's own braided hair), with a tassel. It was said that the longer the cord, the more favor that particular girl had in the court of Amalia. Tsolias - Fustanella In the Peloponnesus, Attica and generally Main Greece men wore the fustanella, a pleated white skirt that has prevailed as the official Greek man's costume. The Greek warrior of the revolution against the Ottoman rule/ occupation (1821) adopted the fustanella and later on it became the official dress of King Otto's court. Worn by diplomats and warriors, this costume was declared the national costume for men. Today we see men wearing this costume on certain celebrations, national holidays and by the soldiers/members of the special regiment (euzonoi).

Products in category


Costume,642101
Code : 642101
EPIRUS WHITE VEST
Costume,642083
Code : 642083
FUSTANELLA
Costume,644114
Code : 644114
EPIRUS BOY WHITE
Costume,642053
Code : 642053
SARAKATSANOS SKIRT
Costume,641018
Code : 641018
EPIRUS ZITSA WOMAN
Costume,641031
Code : 641031
EPIRUS BLACK VEST
Costume,641093
Code : 641093
EPIRUS EMBROIDERY
Costume,644017
Code : 644017
EPIRUS BOY
Costume,641084
Code : 641084
SARAKATSANA WOMAN
Costume,643087
Code : 643087
SOULIOTISSA GIRL
Costume,641099
Code : 641099
EPIRUS JAQUARD
Costume,641129
Code : 641129
VLACH WITH SECOUNI
Costume,642002
Code : 642002
VLACH RED SASH
Costume,641126
Code : 641126
ZITSA EMBROIDERY
Costume,641096
Code : 641096
EPIRUS BROCADE GRAY
Costume,644002
Code : 644002
ALI PASAS
Costume,642080
Code : 642080
FUSTANELA WHITE VEST
Costume,641102
Code : 641102
ZAGORI EMBROIDERY
Costume,641012
Code : 641012
VLACH WOMAN
Costume,642050
Code : 642050
SARAKATSANOS MAN
Costume,643048
Code : 643048
VLACHOPOULA
Costume,641181
Code : 641181
SOULIOTISSA WOMAN
Costume,643121
Code : 643121
VLACHOPOULA GIRL
Costume,641081
Code : 641081
SOULIOTISSA WOMAN
Costume,642020
Code : 642020
EPIRUS MAN BLACK VES
Costume,642019
Code : 642019
VLACHOS
Costume,642098
Code : 642098
EPIRUS EMBROIDERY VE
Costume,641301
Code : 641301
SOULIOTISSA
Costume,643115
Code : 643115
VLAHA GIRL
Costume,643119
Code : 643119
EPIRUS GIRL
Costume,643117
Code : 643117
EPIRUS BROCADE GIRL
Costume,641229
Code : 641229
SOULIOTISA EMBROIDER

Halloween costumes
Greek Traditional folklore costumes
mascot and costumes for mascot
kids halloween costumes
Christmas costumes and accessoriew
Santa claus Miss Santa Santa helpers

Last Update:  Sat 29 Apr 2017  © Stamco 1998- 2017  All Rights Reserved.     Greek Version   Greek Version
we produce in Greece Renaissance Antiquity Medieval Halloween , Horror