This jacket has a round or triangular cutout in the early 20th century for the sake of fashion decorated her collar. Floors shugayki fastened in front with a few fasteners. Its length reaches the waist line, usually at lower edge has been sewn frill.
Daily shugayku were made of homespun cloth, but for making the holiday options to use more expensive fabrics such as brocade. This article of clothing decorated with embroidery, beads, freshwater pearls, gold thread, and even semi-precious stones.
In classical literature the word occurs in the story Yevgeny Zamyatin "Flood", the main character is shugayku as outerwear. Sometimes this article of clothing called "shugaets."