Traditional shirts

All traditional Russian Kosovorotka and Ukrainian Vyshyvanka shirts and jackets are individually made to fit your size. Kosovorotka, Russian shirt, as well as vyshyvanka has a long history and keeps embroidery style since old times. Another name of the Russian men shirt is tolstovka and comes from a Russian writer Leo Tolstoy. Some people even call it tolstoy shirt. Tolstovka's main difference from kosovorotka is in its simplicity, no extra embroidery. Fine embroidered ribbons decorate some Russian shirts on the chest and as a trim on sleeves. Ukrainian men shirts Vyshyvanka are usually embroidered by geometric ornaments on white linen or cotton.