9.6.13

Little floral print dress and my hometown's birthday


I was born in a small town that yesterday celebrated its 55th birthday. Festivities were organised on this occasion and I invite you to have a walk along the streets of the young town. For the event I wore this little flowery dress that I bought during my 10-hours wait in Moscow. Actually I was shocked with the prices there, they were even higher than in London, and managed to find just this cute dress that was of good quality (50% polyester and 50% silk) and at affordable price. The dress is of a Russian brand and that is why it was cheaper.


Not many but some women were dressed in traditional costumes. Also there were many traditional handicrafts on sale: embroidered towels, straw figurines, hand-woven belts. At some stalls it was possible to watch the process of handcrafting.








The streets were full of beautifully dressed women, young and not so young




You could even meet buffoons or pirates 


We spent the whole day at the celebrations and it would be difficult not to buy something. I purchased this red flower hairband


 these handmade ornaments


and this ceramic cat for my collection


I really enjoyed the day and hope you enjoyed yours no less!
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21 comments:

  1. Beautiful handcrafting is made in your country. I love the embroideries and the jewelry.
    You took great street style pics from the stylish women in your town and you look fabulous in your new dress. It's gorgeous the floral pattern and the shape.
    Sabine xxx

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  2. Beautiful floral dress you wore to your hometown celebration.

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  3. I'm glad you're having a great time in Russia, that lovely floral dress is adorable on you! Suits you really well! Thanks for the pictures of the traditional costume - very inspiring in its colour and design.

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  4. Stunning dress, Olga! Really stunning! It is always nice to read your blog, you have eyes for your surrounding :) keep it up!

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  5. You look great in this new dress, plus your headband is a lovely accent. So fun to see what you are doing on your trip. Enjoy seeing what ladies are wearing and the local crafts.

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  6. The dress is cute....it's a always a bonus when u spot a cute piece amidst all the high price

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  7. What a gorgeous new dress, Olga! I love the bold floral. And thanks for sharing all the wonderful pictures with Visible Monday.

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  8. great pictures! beautiful dress! xo

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  9. Wonderful dress, and fabulous photos so we all can join in, ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh
    Fabulous.
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  10. Oh my, this post is a burst of everything fashionable & beautiful! so love your dress, its a spring pop!
    and your hometowns celebration is just awesome, so love the people dressing up, so lovely!

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  11. Beautiful pictures!
    Thanks for the comment on my blog!I'm following you now! :)

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  12. I just love your travel photos and local details! You look beautiful in your dress ... pretty well defines summery! Lots of different costume and levels of taste there, just like the rest of the world!
    I find it distressing that I'm older than you town, however.
    Owwww!
    Have a great summer, Olga.

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  13. What a wonderful celebration. Thank you for all the great pictures. Looks like you had a great time.

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  14. How wonderful you've been home to celebrate your birthplace's birthday! You look so pretty. The traditional dress of your region is exquisite. I love the embroidery on the fine white cloth. It was fun to see some of the other people who attended the celebration, and thank you for including some older folks!!

    I've recommended your blog to several of my friends who are obsessed with tribal jewelry and clothes, like I am. I realized recently I hadn't commented, but your blog is unique and totally outstanding! In some ways you are living my dream: to travel the world and appreciate the beauty of adornment. Thank you so much for making it possible for me to travel with you in a small way.

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  15. wonderful post! ^^

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  16. Wow. Look at all the cool ornaments and costumes! Love reading blogs from different parts of the world, because I get to see and learn new things. Your little floral dress is lovely. The red tints on there match your hair :O)
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  17. Thanks so much for sharing such a wonderful day! Amazing blog - getting to travel and love being able to follow along. Your dress is beautiful and the day looks like so much fun.
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  19. You look beautiful in this dress! All those flowers on the dress -- so pretty. Have a wonderful time in Belarus!

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  20. you look astonishing beautiful in that floral dress! and how i adore those traditional costumes, i always love to see different folklore clothing of other countries!
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