Kroje a tak

is there a tag you use for all your posts? if there is (maybe #slovakia?) you could use xkit’s “tag replacer”, there’s an option “don’t replace the tag but append a new one”. so you don’t have to do it manually!

I use tags #slovakia and #kroj… I’ll probably replace kroj one (after I download xkit), thank you for saving cca 8 hours of my life :,D

Tommorow I’m going to add tag “folk clothing” for all my posts so that people have bigger chance to find my blog. I have little over 500 posts right now… it’s gonna be a long day : /

Prečín village, Považie region, Western Slovakia.

Prečín village, Považie region, Western Slovakia.

(Source: sashe.sk)

Lehota village, Ponitrie region, Western Slovakia.

Lehota village, Ponitrie region, Western Slovakia.

(Source: nitra.sme.sk)

Krpeľany village, Turiec region, Central Slovakia.

Krpeľany village, Turiec region, Central Slovakia.

(Source: sashe.sk)

Poluvsie village, Ponitrie region, Western Slovakia.

Poluvsie village, Ponitrie region, Western Slovakia.

(Source: sashe.sk)

Rejdová village, Gemer region, Central Slovakia.

Rejdová village, Gemer region, Central Slovakia.

(Source: gos.sk)

Ždiar village, Spiš region, Eastern Slovakia.

Ždiar village, Spiš region, Eastern Slovakia.

(Source: echoviny.sk)

Vígľaš village, Podpoľanie region, Central Slovakia.

Vígľaš village, Podpoľanie region, Central Slovakia.

(Source: facebook.com)

Anonymous asked: Which kroj is your favourite? : )

Every single one, mwahaha >:D *confused evil laugh*

Senohrad village, Hont region, Central Slovakia.

Senohrad village, Hont region, Central Slovakia.

(Source: build.gov.sk)

Slovaks from village Valea Cerului (sk. Čerpotok), Bihor County, Romania.

Slovaks from village Valea Cerului (sk. Čerpotok), Bihor County, Romania.

(Source: slovackizavod.org.rs)