Here is the image that inspired the first track, taken from the article National costume of women in Russia XVII-XX centuries
It is a dress from the first half of the 19th century.
The sarafan, the dress whose straps here are covered by the dushegreia
, is commonly worn in northern and central Russia for several centuries. Its shapes, colours and patterns depend on where it is made. And like all clothing, sophistication depends on your purse... or the purse you claim to own. The whole confers a massive and simple form, as underlined by this rich article
The headdress, called kokoshnik
(from the slavon kokoch
: the hen - a family tie in addition to the baba Yaga and her chicken-house), is historically worn by married women, with a scarf. Here, he's from the Tver area.