The main component of an early medieval Slavic costume (both Empire and at arm) consisted of a Soroskha (= shirt), both men and women. In the female costume, it was a boden-/ ankle-length underwear made of linen, often with long sleeves. About a dress with the same average over a Soroskha was a Rubakha (often wool). (German Website)
Traditioneller Schmuck der ländlichen Bevölkerung (für Festtage)
Really cool headband with wire possament embellishment - and I love the temple rings too, very lovely!
Archaeological reconstruction of a Selonian tribe female costume and headdress (I-IV century, Roman Period or Old Iron Age). Author of the reconstruction is archaeologist PhD Daiva Steponavičienė from PI "Vita Antiqua", Vilnius, Lithuania. https://www.facebook.com/VitaAntiqua