Reconstructions of Latgallian clothing from the 8th to 13th centuries C.E. Drawn by Aina Alksne-Alksknīte for Dr. Arnis Radiņš's "10.–13. g.s. senkapi latgaļu apdzīvotajā teritorijā un Austrumlatvijas etniskās, sociālās un politiskās vēstures jautājumi". The Latgallians were a Baltic (not Nordic or Slavic) chiefdom that inhabited the largest areas of what would later become Latvia. Most Late Iron Age (a.k.a. Viking Age) artifacts on eBay and elsewehere are actually Latgallian.
Vaipkleit. Iron age peplos dress from Estonia, reconstruction, similar to Eura style Finnish dress. Maarjapäev Petseris 2009 340.
An entire set of Latgalian jewelry, circa 10th-12th century.
Another lovely villaine, or shawl. The site claims it was dyed with blueberries, a plant native to North America. The original shawls would most likely have been dyed with woad to achieve the rich navy blue.
Villaines rekonstrukcija. Anna Zariņa. Apģērbs Latvijā 7.-17. gs. 49. lpp.