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here). I collaborated with her and researched traditional Russian and Hungarian folk costumes and we took a few photos inspired by our findings! The dolls belonged to my great aunt, we have lots of them all stored away and we plucked these ones out as they were particularly fitting. I love their funny expressions, they look a bit cross and the first one is doing a very well executed bitch face. The costume I'm wearing we bought at Port Eliot Festival last summer, its comprised of a skirt, waistcoat, top, apron and pouch. The underskirt is from a charity shop, the undershirt is an old monsoon dress, my boots are from Bertie and the headdress was made by Penny MacBeth.