Kosovorotka is a traditional Russian shirt in a tunic style from old Slavic times. First kosovorotkas were very long up to mid-knee, later Russian shirts were shortened to mid-thigh. Kosovorotka has a cut at the collar, usually on the left side. True kosovorotka or tolstovka must be long, no cuffs on the sleeves, with a small stand collar. The embroidery is made on the right side from the cut and in the center to create illusion of symmetry. This model of Russian shirt kosovorotka has a traditionla red embroidery. The rubakha shirt is made of 100% linen.
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