The Humans of the White Wolf Tribe
, near the White Peak Mountains
, are, through their exposure to the Darkness
, exceptionally well accustomed to the cold. So much so, that their style of clothing can be described as minimalistic and pragmatic. Consisting of rarely more than enough to cover minimum modesty, though even that is out of pure practicality. The only time they wear something covering, akin to a cloak, is when a hunter ventures out for a "long hunt", lasting for sometimes weeks on end in the freezing cold of their homeland.
Due to the lack of material availability caused by their extreme remoteness and harsh environement, their clothing consists almost purely of animal parts. Ranging from rawhide to sometimes even prepared leather, with accessories made of bone and sewn with sinew. During summertime they sometimes collect plant fibres in the nearby forests to create some pieces of fabric, though, this is only done for a special occasion.
In terms of style their clothing varies from person to person. While some more extravagant people might prefer complex pants and sleeved shirts, others simply take a strap of hide or two and wear them as a loincloth and a breast band. There are however some large cloaks made of almost an entire animals skin which are universally used by most hunters to camouflage themselves in the snowy landscape. Footwear is usually only worn when someone leaves the soft cushioning snow to wander more rocky or forest areas.
Color and Pattern
In terms of coloration they only have what little is available to them: White. Almost all animals and monsters living in these frigid realms have white pelts and fur to help them survive. However, they do come in a variety of patterns, from spotted and striped to plain and layered. At least this gives their already homogenously snow white complexion a bit of variety.
Impact on other Societies
Due to their isolation and remoteness, their outfit is rarely witnessed by people outside their tribe. A few though, especially the elves in the nearby woods, have occasional contact with the tribe and even trade food and other goods for their rare white furs and hides, which are highly priced due to their limited availability outside of this tribe. Additionally there have been a few cases in which members of the tribe ventured out into the world, visiting the human kingdoms. In these cases they were always a sight to behold, since white skinned animals are at least an extreme rarity outside the White Peak Mountains. These encounters have caused many myths and legends to arise about the "White Wolf Tribe".