Cotton Kokoshnik Dunyasha
Cotton Kokoshnik Dunyasha. This kokoshnik is fixed by a satin tapes or an elastic band. Colours: blue, red, green.
The kokoshnik (Russian: коко́шник) is a traditional Russian head-dress worn by women and girls to accompany the sarafan, primarily worn in the northern regions of Russia in the 16th to 19th centuries.
Historically a kokoshnik is a headdress worn by married women, though maidens wore a headdress very similar to a kokoshnik, but open in the back, named a povyazka. The word kokoshnik describes a great variety of headdresses worn throughout Russia, including the cylindrical hats of Veliky Novgorod, two-pointed nimbus kika of Vladimir, triangular kika of Kostroma, small pearl hats of Kargopol, and scarlet kokoshniks of Moscow.
Blue, Green, Red
Atlas ribbon fix, Elastic band fix