The Male Attire
The man’s celtic tunic was typically knee length worn with or without trousers underneath. There was decoration around the wrist of the tunic and at the neck. If trousers were worn they could be sewn wide or narrow leg sometimes depending on region.
The pouch was for carrying personal belongings and was worn as a belt around the waist.
The cloak was a large piece of cloth that wrapped around the shoulders and gathered at the neck or on one shoulder.