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Men's Apparel - consists of a linen shirt, chains and pants made of thick, woolen homespun cloth, woven of white wool (formerly gray), with a waistcoat, hat and belt. Vest’s cut is simple, in the type of kimono, the sleeves and shoulders are sewn in one piece. The length is equal to the length of the outstretched arm from the palm of your hand, and the width is equal to the length of the strings from the neck down. The outer edge of chains, sleeves, collar, pocket trimmed dark green material. Vest was buttoned up by buttons or hooks and tied high on the chest with colorful ribbons. The embroidery was placed under the belt. Pants were homespun, had leather belt and were tight, decorated with stripes on the both sides. With pockets on both sides of pants sewn so. "crayfish", at the bottom of the leg cut open with tassel sewn differently colored wool known as "spray". Highland dress code also contained a waistcoat.
Female outfit - a shirt adorned with white embroidery on the collar and cuffs, colorful skirts, printed in large floral patterns, besides ornamental and embroidered corset, winter waistcoat, moccasins. Yellow or red kerchief tied under the chin is worn on head. Broad woollen scarves are also worn on the shoulders.
ścigać sie – to have licentious (primarily sexual) lifestyle ścignąć – make it ściojze – stop śklanka – bottle śklonka – cup śleboda – freedom ślebodny - free śliwconka – plum (tree) ślyść – go śmierzć – death śniego – it
Highlanders, the name of the inhabitants of mountain areas, opposite to the valleys - the Poles. In relation to the adjacent groups can be distinguished above all a form of economy (farming and pastoralism) and the isolation that comes with greater self-sufficiency. Harsh climate of the mountains, rocky, difficult and inefficient for the cultivation of the land were the cause of scarcity, however, did these people agility, strength and courage, and the inaccessibility of the mountains - a feeling of freedom.