On the left, an unmarried woman, wearing a kassakijntje (short coat), and over her shoulders a warm lined cape. On the right, the bride wears an antique 18th century costume. The design of this special wentke (long coat) is of white and red (called "milk and blood"), and was only worn at the wedding. She has just received the chatelaine (purse) for household money. The bodice lacing for this occasion is yellow. On her head she wears the bridal veil of thin batiste.