More ideas from Dimitris
Looks like that thingy over the shoulders is a separate piece

Kievan-inspired costumes from a Russian Theatre company, Female is pretty spot-on for Kievan. Comes down a little hard on the greek side - call it very greek-influenced early Orthodox Kievan.

c. 476 ■ Upper-class men, and sometimes women, in the Byzantine Empire (476–1453 C.E.) wear a long, flowing robe-like overgarment called a dalmatica developed from the tunic.

476 ■ Upper-class men, and sometimes women, in the Byzantine Empire C.) wear a long, flowing robe-like overgarment called a dalmatica developed from the tunic.