A Norwegian national costume stemming from Sogn, namely the Sognebunad.
National costumes are quite common in Norway, and usually worn for special occasions, such as christenings, confirmations, weddings, or for the National day (17th of May), and some even wear it at Christmas eve. It is seen as the nicest piece of clothing a Norwegian can have, which is why it is seen when people are in the attendance of royalty, and some get married in their national costumes.
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