National District, district, village
Unlike women’s, men’s garment was designed as closed up. It was made from white skins of white deer, with a hood. The garment consisted of many details, the most important being the plastron sewn in at the front, which was perceived as a decorative element. The garment was richly ornamented with fur or leather patchwork and fringe. Such clothing was considered as festive and funeral. Abstract by I.A. Karapetova
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