Dress and Fashion
Clothing in the Harrowlands is somewhat regionalised, with differences between classes. Like most Western European countries, the city-dwelling middle and upper classes will wear the latest fashion trends of the day. Fashionable ladies wear something different "in the city" than to when they are in the country. It is important for a fashionable young lady to always acknowledge the differences between "city-dress" and "country-dress", although it is usually only the landed gentry of the upper class who are in the country very often. Even for fashionable men, "city-dress" and "country-dress" differs.
In the rural villages and towns outside the metropolitan cities (for want of a better word), traditional dress prevails. The Harrowlands' orientation has always been south, towards Englesey, our immediate neighbour, and to a lesser extent, east, towards Scandinavia. The "typical" traditional Harrovian dress (of the south) is, in fact, quite conservative in fashion.
In the central and northern highlands, a more traditional form of Harrow's Germanic/Nordic cultural dress is preserved, including a form of traditional Harrovian dress that reflects more that of Scandinavia.
The Gwynnic people of the western highlands and islands have their own Celtic culture, with a distinctive style of cultural dress that has more in common with the clothing of Gheall than it does with the Harrowlands or Ænglesey. They do often incorporate elements of the more fashionable mainstream Harrovian dress of Roedean, though, particularly the youth.