5 February 2014

Vintage Fashion Inspiration 4/20

The traditional way to celebrate Carnival is the kulig, a horse-drawn sleigh ride through the snow-covered countryside. In modern times, Carnival is increasingly seen as an excuse for intensive partying and night-clubbing, and has become more commercialized with stores offering Carnival-season sales {quotation from Wikipedia}

For those who visit my blog for the first time - Inspiration from the years '50.

Something from history:  

The Polish Carnival Season includes Fat Thursday, when doughnuts are eaten , and Śledzik (Shrove Tuesday) or Herring Day. The Tuesday before the start of Lent is also often called Ostatki (literally "leftovers"), meaning the last day to party before the Lenten season.

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*All images are from magazine "Przekrój"


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