There were obvious farmers in the line, wearing rough woolens and with dirt ingrained in their hands, though the children's faces and those of the farmwives at least had been scrubbed clean.
In modern Denmark, nisses are often seen as beardless, wearing grey and red woolens with a red cap.
Except for those wearing worn castoffs or possibly stolen clothes, everyone wore drab woolens.
He wore rich woolens and polished leather and a billed cap, and carried a very expensive double-barreled rifle.
The people in the streets wore mostly woolens, though a few showed costlier velvets.
People used to wear full-body woolens.
Asne hated wearing plain woolens, but they did need to avoid notice.