The clothing of the Biarescie citizens was simple and practical. The main elements were long shirts made of homespun linen cloth and waistband items (a homespun woolen skirt for women and trousers for men). There were undershirts and outer shirts. Sleeves were long and women's shirts were gathered around the wrist with bracelets.
Over a chemise, a woman wore a homespun woolen skirt or an outer shirt. A homespun woolen skirt was a piece of cloth that was tied around the waist so that the edges diverged in the front, which opened the chemise tail.
Men wore an undershirt and an untucked upper shirt, always with a belt made of wool or leather. They were braid, knitted, or woven. A scabbard for a sword, a wallet, and keys were fastened to these belts. Men wore trousers made of plain fabric (in winter broadcloth). The trousers were tucked into boots or wrapped with puttees at the bottom.
Outerwear for men and women were shoulder blankets, coats, and fur coats. Shoulder blankets were made of wool and fastened with a fibula. At that time, women's headwear strongly depended on the age and marital status of the wearer. Married women were forbidden to appear in public bare-headed. Girls wore tkanitsy (part of headwear worn on the forehead), women wore caps with a wimple on top of (a white cloth often decorated with ornaments). Women's headwear was supplemented with metal and glass ornaments. Men wore hats of broadcloth or fur.
Feet were shod in one-piece leather shoes, soft shoes, or boots. Clothes were adorned with various decorations. These were usually worn on holidays and for celebrations. Festive clothes were decorated with ornaments.