The costumes are very personal. As Piret Õunapuu, formerly of the Estonian National Museum, wrote in one explanation of folk costume traditions for Eesti Instituut, “Young men and women received a complete set of festive clothes for confirmation, which marked their coming of age.” Clothes were either “festive”, used for less festive errands and visits, or they were more ordinary “working clothes.” And these days, Õunapuu adds, folk costumes “basically mean the festive clothing dating from the first half of the 19th century.”
Planning one's road trip playlist in the 21st century is not as easy as it once was. In the 80s, there were mixtapes on cassettes. Compact discs and bulging CD wallets prevailed in the 90s and early 2000s. A weird throwback came thereafter, when we started to plug iPods into those cassette auxiliary adapters.
Sure, when limited to physical formats of music, one had to put up with whatever was around in the car, even if you'd already played it a million times. And currently, it's not even necessary to pre-download music. If you have data, you can access practically all music ever recorded through streaming services.
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