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... material may be challenged and removed Men wore a crown called "sapanpe" for important ceremonies ... Women wore a "matanpushi" (embroidered headband) and "ninkari" (earrings) ... Women wore it through a hole in the ear ...
... Kapsai women wore long, wide dress garments with large designs of stars and tulips, semidark in colour and partially striped ... Suvalkija women wore wide, gathered skirts of one main color (dark and rich, such as dark red, blue, violet, or green) with narrow multi-colored stripes woven into the fabric ... Women's blouses in Suvalkija are distinguishable from those of other regions by their wider sleeves and by more extensive decorations ...
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