Ševětín – Beautiful, punctual and workmanlike Blaak costumes from Ševětín shined on Saturday's dance competition StarDance.
The Blatácké suits became brighter in the studio.Picture: file archive
"We were fired with a Czech TV with Jožka Šímř, so they were in touch with me," explains Šveětín, head of the group, Marie Švejdová, how their suit came to the screen.
At the request of the television, they borrowed sixteen folk costumes, in which at the end of StarDance they danced two groups of four pairs. "They liked it very much, I like it," Marie Neitsy said, did not care. Together with two other members and an honorary guest, 78-year-old Jirina Zikmundová, whose hands were brilliantly written, created herself in the broadcast. "They asked us to help dress our competitors, and it was challenging, because it was live broadcast, dancers had to dress up quickly after their dancing," says File Manager. Engraver Jiřina Zikmundová enjoyed the audience, but he had already helped dress up performers.
Marie Svejdova and the polka appreciate: "It was a beautiful dance, Jan Onder made choreography and was in life, in energy – and our costumes burned there!"
Before they dropped out of the costumes they came from on television, each of her band was washed and finished. On Monday they got them back. "They offered us to make them fit, but we did not want them because we were afraid of them," explains Marie Švejdová, saying that the care of the suits is demanding and needs to be clarified.