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English: Bjørgvindrakten is a Norwegian National Costume from Bergen, Norway.
|Author||Photo: Bjørg Rød|
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Bjorgvin The suit was first introduced 17 May 1996. It is therefore one of the youngest suits on the west coast. As the name implies, it is first and foremost a costume for Hordaland and Sogn og Fjordane. The pattern of the embroidery is from floral paintings in New Jersey, Voss and Hardanger. The stack is black with red border down. Apron has embroidery and red border around the apron, something that is very slimming. The substance of the costume is fine wool. There is also embroidery on the jacket, both front and rear. Parts of the suit 
It also comes cape for costume, as it is thought the Cold 17 May on the West Coast. Cap is available both with and without embroidery. The shirt is in the thick cotton and has embroidered armlinningen, in the neck and bring the cloth. It is embroidered in three reds, and there are red buttonhole stitch in tongues around the edges. Silver is designed specifically for Bjorgvin suit of jeweler Harry Pedersen in Bergen. Flower embroidery on the costume, is repeated in the design of the silver. Bag lock in nickel silver and made in Voss, the same pattern as the embroidery on the shirt. It comes to the costume bag of cotton fabric. It is also designed costumes umbrella and chest for storage of silver. Both the subject of costume. The red stockings costume. Lord costume comes with long pants. It is based on vadmelsbukser used around the farms. It comes with a vest and jacket. The flowers are embroidered on the women's costume is also used on men's costume. The buttons have the same flower as the silver in women's costume. There are 52 silver buttons on men's costume and a silver button with hanging in the throat. The shirt for men's costume has the same embroidery as the lady shirt. Bjorgvin suit is designed by Bjørg Røe. Costume bag 
It is made costume bag for storage of costume. It is made of cotton fabric and have zippers along the front. It has 2 pockets inside for storage of silver and costume umbrella. At the bottom of the costume bag so wide that there is room for shoes.
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