Machine Embroidery Design Hungarian folk art

 Fashion’s surely going through its “spring” phase, because, thanks to the heavens, folk trend’s being on the rise once again. Yes, fashionistas around the world, you can rejoice for this trend is probably one of the most budget-friendly ones. Why? Well, because some of the on-point pieces are already “hidden” in your home.

All you have to do is rummage through those treasure-troves, bequeathed from your dear grandmothers. The lucky ones can don authentic flared jeans, fringed vests and floaty floor-length dresses with patchwork accents. The rest will just settle for the ready-made items, displayed in numerous shops and boutiques.

What if for any reasons, neither of the choices is really your cup of tea? Well, then there’s another way to be up-to-date; and, yes, it involves some handicraft skills! Don’t be discouraged by the lack of experience in DIY or inspiration. With the help of Royal Present Embroidery everyone can be in the trend. Talking about the newest ethnic fashion craze, Machine Embroidery Design Hungarian Folk Art is a sure ticket to the top. With this charming design you’ll be able to dive into a freshly revived folksy trend with ease!

As latest fashion weeks showed, folk art is great way to add a bit of natural sparkle to your life. Chloe and other high-end designers enticed us to borrow from inherited traditions to never be out of style. Kate Moss, Maley Syrus and so many others seem to have already gotten into the 70th groove. So why do you still beating about the bush? Take our Hungarian flowers and become your own fashion icon!

Machine Embroidery Design Hungarian folk art


Size: 138.6×198.7 mm (5.46×7.82 “), Stitches: 20039
Size: 128.8×180.0 mm (5.07×7.09 “), Stitches: 18118
Formats: .dst, .jef, .pec, .vip, .hus, .pes, .exp, .sew, .dat, art, xxx

The composition of Hungarian folk art design delivers an easy way to express your creative self. Transform the way you treat your clothes. Forget the humble neutrals and the going-with-everything basics! Let yourself live a little! Color it up your wardrobe with machine embroidery design Hungarian folk art. Remember that jacket that you used to love but now it bores you out of your mind?

Give it floral makeover, adding to its collar enchanting folk art efflorescence. For a more distinct, vibrant variant, cover the back and some of the sleeves with the Hungarian embroidery too. We promise, this jacket will surely become a marvelous head-turning piece! Pair it with tasseled bag and you’re good to go for a Vogue cover photo shoot.

Purely ethnic is a bit intimidating for you? Try mix-and-match it with something else. Folk art is a superb way to marry different styles and epochs in one single outfit. For a sensational East-meet-West piece, embellish a black velvet kimono with Hungarian floral design. A leather jacket and a fringed bag, both adorned with vibrantly colored folksy flowers, will make an eye-catching duo.
Machine Embroidery Design Hungarian folk art is a neat way to give other accessories a rest.

And we all know what a lifesaver such a thing can be when packing a suitcase for a vocational trip! Who needs those tiffany blues on a weekend getaway when you have gorgeous azure of Hungarian forget-me-nots? And why wear an artificially red lipstick if you have the fiery flames of these poppy petals? Take only the really necessary things: a light dress, embellished with Hungarian bright flowers for the day and a shawl, embroidered with wild folksy blooms for the chills of the evenings. Such a blooming summery rainbow will set off your work-free days like nothing else!

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Author: Ludmila Konovalova

My name is Lyudmila Konovalova, and I lead Royal Present Embroidery. Embroidery for me is more than a profession; it is a legacy of my Ukrainian and Bulgarian heritage, where every woman in my family was a virtuoso in cross-stitch and smooth stitching. This art, passed down through generations, is part of my soul and a symbol of national pride.

Date: 18.04.2016