She wears a blouse in a bright colour, over which is a waistcoat entirely embroidered in beads. Her white headscarf is decorated with a beaded woollen fringe that stretches down over the waistcoat like a collar.
The headscarf is held beneath the chin with beads, and its beaded edge crosses her forehead, showing just a little of her blonde hair. Her cap is decorated all over, but particularly the back part, with beads, buttons and ribbons, and a long band of beads hangs down the back of her neck.
The costume of the smaller dolls is also in keeping with the original in every respect, including undergarments and socks. The beads and sequins on the cap, the beaded ornament used to tie their hair, the beaded decoration on the scarf, and the beaded waistcoat are exact miniatures of those worn by the girls and women of Damal. Even the tiny socks are handknitted, and the sewing techniques and fabrics are all original.