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Jovan Popovic, Portrait of Nastasija Jovicic in a most elegant Libade (Pharyah)

Jovan Popovic, Portrait of Nastasija Jovicic in a most elegant Libade (Pharyah)

Queen Natalia of Serbia, consort of King Milan I in a traditional serbian costume. 1870s.

carolathhabsburg: “ Queen Natalia of Serbia, consort of King Milan I in a traditional serbian costume.

2006 this book came out about the Libade. (Pharyah)

2006 this book came out about the Libade.

Here You can see the backside  of a Libade .This Jacket is shorter than a Turkish Cepken and only cover the Bosom .I have seen them in different length though . The two I own both finish just under the bosom ,they have wide sleeves and has no buttons. They are different in the cut from my Cepken's who all seem to have too much material in the Armpits .Libades are more pleasant to wear! (Pharyah)

Here You can see the backside of a Libade .This Jacket is shorter than a Turkish Cepken and only cover the Bosom .I have seen them in different length though . The two I own both finish just under the bosom ,they have wide sleeves and has no buttons. They are different in the cut from my Cepken's who all seem to have too much material in the Armpits .Libades are more pleasant to wear! (Pharyah)

Wedding in Serbia As you can see Local Serbian women also preferred the broad sleeves even if they didn't wear a Libade (Pharyah)

Stare slike Srbije i šire okoline, a da Beograd nije

Zaječar district - girls wearing the v'lnenik, a pleated half-skirt or back apron, and the libade jacket which entered folk costume from the urban costume

Zaječar district - girls wearing the v'lnenik, a pleated half-skirt or back apron, and the libade jacket which entered folk costume from the urban costume

Front and back of very beautiful Libade (Pharyah)

Front and back of very beautiful Libade (Pharyah)

Milica Stojadinovic-Srpkinja (1828 – 1878) was arguably the greatest female Serbian poet of the 19th century. In her youth she became famous for her patriotic poetry, which was concerned with national awakening. She is praised as a foremother of Serbian women writers. Milica is considered the first woman war correspondent in Serbia.

Milica Stojadinovic-Srpkinja (1828 – 1878) was arguably the greatest female Serbian poet of the 19th century. In her youth she became famous for her patriotic poetry, which was concerned with national awakening. She is praised as a foremother of Serbian women writers. Milica is considered the first woman war correspondent in Serbia.

Libade (Pharyah)

Libade (Pharyah)

An  old Photograph of a Noble woman wearing her Libade. (Pharyah)

An old Photograph of a Noble woman wearing her Libade.

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