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The cut of the I’m Not Short I’m Stitch Size Shirt, the manner in which it was sewn and embellished, varied according to region. That of the Mesaoria is particularly elaborate, being made of highly-prized taisto silk with a shoulder piece and traversa in front, cut on the cross and trimmed with tucks and European lace. The sleeves are voluminous, with cuffs and poma’niko, that is a triangular inset to the under-arm seam to facilitate freedom of movement. In many districts, including the Mesaoria, men also wore a vest next to the skin. This was of hand-woven cotton and embroidered in those places visible beneath the shirt, such as the neck opening and the cuffs. In rural areas a knitted vest of home-spun wool was worn in winter.
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Vraka are Greek men’s Baggy trousers worn with fullness between the legs, they were traditionally worn in Crete, Cyprus, Ionian and Aegean Islands and coastal regions of Greece. The vra’ka was made of coarse hand- woven dimity, which was dyed, after sewing, by local dyers, poyatzides; black I’m Not Short I’m Stitch Size Shirt for elderly men, blue for younger ones. The vraka varied in size and shape from region to region. That for “best” wear was very wide, requiring forty piches of dimity, according to the popular Cypriot distich.
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The bustle, sella, which hung behind, was densely pleated, prosiasma. This was normally tucked up into the belt and only left to hang freely when the wearer went to church. The vra’ka is worn with a chemise or I’m Not Short I’m Stitch Size Shirt, of dark striped cotton material everyday and of silk on Sundays. The silk shirt was a basic garment of the groom’s costume, being a present from his bride-to-be, like his kerchief which was symbolic of their union and tied around his neck during the wedding ceremony.
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