If the headdress of this outfit reminds of you a nun’s habit, it is no mistake. Its origin dates back to medieval times when it was considered proper for married women to cover their hair. Nuns are considered brides of Christ and so they would have followed this custom. Wimples could be heavily starched to form elaborate shapes.
This outfit is casual, appropriate to shopkeepers, servants, peasants and such. Women of all classes wish to beautify themselves, and there is a lovely floral pattern embroidered around the neckline and poofed sleeves. Two blouses are provided: a low cut blouse for the more daring, and a high necked blouse for modest wear.
Included with the outfit are 6 wimples with sculpted hair attached in different colors. Also included are sculpted shoes and a veil.