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"Peasant" style skirt & blouse, 1830s day dress, or skirt with straps sewn on to make a sarafan. Skirts can be made from a length of fabric to reach the ankles with a drawstring casing at the waist. Thrift shops or perhaps mom's closet can provide a woman's skirt  which can be full length on a girl with some adjustment to the waist.  Avoid ruffled hems or tiered skirts.

Blouses of a simple peasant style are good. White, blue or red colors are best.  Avoid lacy Victorian styles.  A woven or corded sash can be added but the blouse should be tucked in. A strand of glass beads will add a nice touch.

Wool shawls of woven, challis, or simple knits will add warmth and flair.  Plain scarves tied behind the neck or a little cap are optional for girls but the custom for women at that time, particularly if they were of the Russian Orthodox faith.

Cap, turban, or felt hat, Scarf
Warm jacket or shawl
Stockings (cotton or wool)
Rain boots and shoes


Boys' and men's shirts were roomy and comfortable.  They were often worn outside the pants with a sash or belt around the waist. They were usually plain white, blue or red. Use a twisted length of cord or a fringed woven sash. Buckled leather belts were used to support hunting or traveling gear. An old shirt of Mom's or Dad's may be pressed into service.

For pants, select plain dark colors (preferably not denim) or woven stripes.  Baggy pants tucked into boots look great. The shirt worn outside the pants is useful for covering modern pants with pockets and fly openings.   

Hats were felted wool, fur or straw.  Plain knitted caps are good for the cooler months and for Night watch. Brimmed straw hats are for warm weather.

Belt of rope or cloth
Warm sweater or jacket
Socks of cotton or wool
Rain boots and shoes