The headgear of a nun’s habit typically consists of three components: a coif, a wimple, and a veil at the rear. The habit’s tunic is sufficiently enough to reach the ground and has long sleeves.
The tunic is fastened with a woollen belt that contains a rosary. The nun typically wears a silver ring and a cross around her neck to signify that she has made perpetual vows. Nuns typically wear functional black footwear. Lastly, the scapular is the apron that covers the front and rear of the habit. The attire of nuns varies by religious order. Since Vatican II, Catholic nuns have placed less emphasis on wearing a habit.