Here you can post the information about different pieces of national dresses. It doesn't matter clothing of what country you bear in mind. Please add photos of mentioned garments to make it more interesting and clear for other people.
Tatar folk headdress called “tahja burek”, female conical hat adorned with gold and silver coins. They were popular in the 17th – mid-19th century in Tatarstan. Some of them were soft, with lots of coins sewn to the fabric. Others had a hard frame covered with silk, were shaped like a high cone, and embellished with coins, pearls, coral beads, and a gold peak.
Straw hat on the left is from The Metropolitan Museum of Art. It dates between 1884-86. And on the right, is a beautiful illustration of a Victorian hat from a French magazine.
Two examples of veil and wimple, depicted in detail in two paintings by Dutch artist Rogier van der Weyden. The oil on oakwood painting on the left is a section taken from the “Deposition” from circa 1435. And the painted portrait on oak on the right, meanwhile, titled “Portrait of a Woman” is from circa 1440.
Nice example of 19th-century black lacquered jingasa (Japanese traditional hat) on the left. It's in really excellent condition. On the right, Ichimon jingasa that was primarily worn to protect from sun and rain.
Medieval headdresses in a painting from the Morgan Bible. The book depicts customs of 13th-century France, depicted from a Christian perspective. Most of the women are wearing the veil and wimple, but one woman, we can see the fillet and barbette.