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MONGOLIA Both the bride and groom don traditional clothes known as Del. In Mongolia, the groom’s is a darker color while the bride stuns in brighter shades. The fabric choices are often lightweight, and have a beautiful balance of silk and cotton.

2nd Ordos Int'l Nadam Fair opens in China's Inner Mongolia - Xinhua | English.news.cn

2nd Ordos Int'l Nadam Fair opens in China's Inner Mongolia---Nadam, meaning entertainment and playing in Mongolian language, is a folk festival of the Mongolian ethnic group. The eight-day fair in Ordos consists of art, cultural and trade activities as well as sports competitions, including horse-racing and Mongolian-style wrestling.

Provence destination wedding by (c) Greg Finck

Omlijsting door muur

Jamie Fraser from the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon Diana Gabaldon Outlander, Diana Gabaldon Bücher, Jamie Fraser, Claire Fraser, Fraser Clan, Outlander Season 1, Outlander Book Series, Outlander Characters, Starz Series

"A Highlander in full regalia is an impressive sight-any Highlander, no matter how old, ill-favored, or crabbed in appearance. A tall, straight-bodied, and by no means ill-favored young Highlander at close range is breath-taking.' from Outlander...

Stirling 2007 - Highland Fling Love this style. Le Clan, Scottish People, Scottish Gaelic, Tartan Kilt, Highland Games, Dance Like No One Is Watching, Men In Kilts, Scotland Uk, Tiny Dancer

Stirling 2007 - Highland Fling 4

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How adorable! Big brother teaching his baby sister to dance -- Nord-Trøndelag, Norway (Absolutely one of the cutest things I've ever seen. How sweet!

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Kvinnebunad fra Nord-Trøndelag

1860 Empress Eugenie is a Spanish countress who was much younger than Napolean III. She was timid to adopt new fashions and had to be pushed by Charles Worth. She thought of fashion as a job that must be done efficiently.

Stitches Of The Past

I was beyond excited when I found out this month's theme day at school was 1950's. Totally up my alley and I'd just been waiting for my day to shine. :p I mentally examined my 'vintage' wardrobe. Nothing popped out as something I would be interested wearing. lol Yeah that's me.... I recalled this adorable dress I'd found on pinterest some months ago. After some voting and digging I decided to go ahead and try my hand at it and found the perfect springy/summerish material. Cute right?! I used…

Tuareg man in Niger, Africa.

N 06-24 by Sergio Pessolano

Africa | Tuareg man. Niger. | ©Sergio Pessolano