Many of the items available on grid have been given names that make them more generic. So a cloak can cover several 'rl' items of clothing according to the whims of the crafter. Please don't be offended if we haven't used a cultural name for an object. We wanted to make the theme as easy to understand as possible.

However since there are bound to be some doubts about what an item actually is we have put together the following page!

Unisex Item Descriptions

Item Image Description
Tunic tunics.jpg The tunic is an item of clothing that covers the torso and a variable amount of leg. A tunic can end at the hip or be as long as the upper calf. It is sleeveless and usually has slits up each side. The Su'ndari tunic is frequently elaborately ornamented. It is commonly worn over trousers.
Trousers trousers.jpg Su'ndari trousers are always baggy. The are usually held up with a draw string at the waist, although more elaborate variations on this are available. It is common for them to be gathered at the ankle or tucked into the top of a pair of boots so that the fabric remains loose over the upper legs.
Cloth Veils LinenVeil_montage.jpgveil%20clothing.jpgclothveil.jpg The cloth veil is an essential piece of equipment to many who live within the native Su'ndari homelands. It consists of a length of cloth that is worn wrapped around the head and neck with enough excess fabric to enable it to cover the face. The way the veil is worn on a day to day basis is a matter of local tradition and personal style.
Gauzy Veils gauzyveil.jpg The gauzy veil is nothing but a slip of gauzy fabric that is worn across the lower face and sometimes wrapped about the head and neck.
House Slippers slippers.jpg House slippers are a common piece of footwear designed for light everyday use. They consist of a slip of flexible leather fastened to a cloth shoe.
Kilt kilts.jpg A 'skirt' of heavy fabric worn by both men and women. It is a casual, everyday garment much suited to working out in the heat of the day. It wraps about the hips and falls to a point roughly knee length. The kilt may be plain or embroidered but is usually pleated.
Comis comis.jpg The comis resembles a coat or vest, but it slit open in the front and left to reveal the man's chest. The comis can be short so that is just rests around the man's shoulders and leaves the midrif bare or it can go to the knees and be clasped around the waist with a belt. However, the chest is always revealed in the comis. This comis is made from any fabric except silk and can be ornamented or left plain depending on the need.
Loincloth loincloths.jpg The loincloth is most commonly seen as an undergarment on both men and women but it can also be worn as an outfit in its own right. It offers little protection from the elements but does allow modesty to be retained. The Su'ndari loincloth is nothing but a wide strip of cloth worn wrapped about the loins with a front panel hanging loose between the legs. The length of the loose panel depends greatly upon local tradition and personal style.
Sandals sandals.jpg A simple piece of footwear constructed from a leather sole and a number of supporting leather strips.
Felt Shoes shoes.jpg Shoes are a sturdier version of house slippers designed for moderately heavy use. They consist of a sole of flexible leather and a layer of felt over the foot.
Cloaks cloaks.jpg A cloak is a heavy outer garment made from a wide range of materials including fur and felt. It is worn over the back and shoulders, tying at the neck, and falls to the mid-calf or ankle. Usually it includes a large hood.
Calf Boots boots.jpg These leather boots are intended for modestly heavy use. The leather is soft and supple and as a result they do not function as armor.
Gauzy Scarf scarf.jpg A strip of gauzy material worn as a scarf.
Pouches pouch.jpg Pouches and money pouches provide a useful way of storing small items and money.
Backpacks backpack.jpg The backpack is a leather sack worn on the back and supported by two straps.
Capes capes.jpg A cape is a lighter outer garment made in the same fashion as a cloak. It consists of a length of fabric worn over the back and shoulders that falls to a point between the hips and knees. It is designed to keep the sunlight and dust off armor whilst protecting some protection to the wearer against the temperature drop that occurs during the Su'ndari evening.
Felt Hats felthats.jpg In general the Su'ndari people wear a simple circular felt hat. It is frequently disguised by the fabric of the veil.
Skirt skirts.jpg The Su'ndari skirt was traditionally worn by both men and women but tends to mostly be worn by women at the current time. It is a long garment that covers the lower body from hip to ankle. It is usually made from heavy linen and pleated at either side for easy movements but there are hundreds of possible variations available.
Belt belts.jpg An item that can be assumed in other items
Sash sash.jpg A strip of cloth worn around the waist
Cloth Coif clothcoif.jpg A coif is a form fitting piece of headwear that covers the head and neck. Padded variants are worn under armor to protect against the helmet.
babies clothes babydress.jpg Clothing for very small children.
Blouse blouses.jpg A traditional Su'ndari blouse covers the torso from neck to waist leaving the back bare. It is generally held into place with a decorative collar and a wide hip band. If sleeves are required it is usually worn over the top of a chemise.
Cloth Dress dresses.jpg The Su'ndari dress is a short garment, reaching no further than the knees, that is made by wrapping a length of cloth around the body and then fastening it in place with knots or pins. It commonly leaves one or both shoulders bare. It is a common and cheap garment seen on many of the working women.
Gown gowns.jpg The gown is a restrictive garment made to cover the feminine body from shoulder to ankle. Traditionally the Su'ndari cut this garment so that it leaves the right shoulder and arm bare.
Hairnets hairnets.jpg An item used to decorate and control the hair. Described more in jewelry.
Robe robe.jpg This is a broad, long cloak-like garment which is worn draped over the body. It has long sleeves which can be either narrow of broad and may or may not be belted. It is worn either wrapped close about the body or left open to display the garments beneath. It can be made from a wide variety of fabrics and is often semi-transparent. Often it is heavily decorated with a broad, brightly colored collar.
Sherwani sherwanis.jpg The Sherwani is an masculine garment worn by men of status. It is an immaculately designed coat, with a close body fit, which is fastened in the front with buttons. It has full length sleeves and reaches to the knees or mid-calves.


Item Raw Product Fabric
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leather leather1.jpg leather2.jpg
Fur furs1.jpg furs2.jpg
Felt felt1.jpg felt2.jpg
Cotton cotton1.jpg cotton2.jpg
Canvas canvas1.jpg canvas2.jpg
Silk silk1.jpg silk2.jpg
Asyut asyut1.jpg asyut2.jpg
Woven patterning.jpg NA
Embroidered patterning2.jpg NA

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