National Geographic : 1935 Apr
rnotograpn oy rtroeiyi ONLY ONCE WILL SHE WEAR THIS SUNBURST CROWN Rivaling the spread of a peacock's "fan," is the sparkling headdress worn by a Mezokovesd maiden on her wedding day. When betrothed, a girl often gives her sweetheart a golden-embroidered garment called the "fiance's apron." Photograph by Melville Chater EVEN A MANWEARS AN APRON IN MEZOKOVESD An elastic band holdshisjaunty hat inplace. Predominant colors inthe gay fringed apron and embroidered skirt are orange, red, green, and purple (p.492). The young woman's white pleated skirt isbillowed byseveral petticoats.