Woman's vertically striped woollen apron, zapaski, rectangular in shape, which if worn as an apron would fall to the mid calf. Warp-faced. It is gathered at the narrow waistband, and is patterned with groups of multicoloured stripes alternating with solid marron stripes. The apron ties are extension of the waistband. Worn as a cloak.
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