A typical feature of the cutout of the ancient Nenets women’s garment was the lack of longitudinal structural seams. Its body consisted of two parts, The top one, reaching down to the hips, was sewn from three horizontal strips of deer fur and decorated with fur mosaic. The sleeves cut together with the shoulder part were an integral part of the upper body. The lower part was alternating strips of dog fur and strips formed by shreds of multicolor cloth.
Abstract by I.A. Karapetova