this is just a short E.mail from a delighted customer in Scotland.I've been meaning to inform you how delighted my wife is with her traditional Russian dress.She said that it is really is beautiful,and very well made whicw considering that my wife is Russian is great praise indeed.But the thing that pleased her more than anything else is the prompt service that we received.Two weeks after ordering the item it arrived,and in great condition...WELL DONE!.
You can rest assured that if we ever have any need to order any Russian clothing in the future for either myself,my wife or the kids then you will be the first place that we will visit.And please tell your contact in Russia about this e.mail,for without them we all could have been disappointed.
Yours Sincerely MARTIN & ELENA, Scotland
Kosovorotka, Russian shirt, has a long history and keeps all beauty from Sliavc times. It is known for its straight-cut freely flowing lines, the considerable length of the dress and especially the long sleeves. Fine embroidered ribbons decorate the shirt on the chest and as a trim on sleeves and on the bottom of the shirt. Silky threads on the trim give a beautiful luster and balance with the base color of the shirt. A matching belt adds that final ethnic touch to the shirt. The shirt can be worn with or without a belt, with the collar buttoned or unbuttoned.
Another name of the Russian shirt, tolstovka, comes from a famous Russian writer Leo Tolstoy who was always seen in a simple kosovorotka at the end of his life.
All our Russian shirts are individually made by skillful Russian kraftsmen.