Bridal armour

The bridal costume of Attica is one of the few Greek traditional costumes that have survived intact until today. The “Central Greece” Collection is inspired by the filigree jewellery pieces that accompanied it and are considered to be Greece’s most impressive ones. The female core was completely covered with heavy meshes, which during the Ottoman rule were embellished with chains full of coins that served as an ideal money storage medium. Later, when local people learned other ways to keep their money, they replaced coins with rosettes that rendered the costume too heavy to wear. Bracelets made of multiple chains that often reached the elbow complemented the Attican bride’s glowing “safety net”.


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