Male folk costume
The shirt is made of thin white linen. The cut of the shirt is quite simple. Only the cuffs are adorned with a picked pattern called in Lithuanian “rinktis rastas”.
The bottom part of trouser legs is taken in and made on to a narrow ankle tape the ends of which are tied together so that it should be easier to tuck the trousers into the stockings.
The stockings are white or light grey. At the top part they are finished off with a broad coloured band in an elaborate pattern.
The trousers are girt with a broad decorative waist-band in a picked pattern (“rinktis rastas”). The tie is made of a narrow band of tissue in a modest picked design (“rinktine juostele”).
The sleeveless jacket fits in the waist. It is made with a broad V-neck, without any lapels and without a collar. The front, the part round the neck, and the armholes are adorned with black home-spun.
The straw hat is adorned with a decorative twist made of coloured thread. The ends of the twist are fringed.