The woman on the left is wearing a veil and a barbette, but her hair is still visible - falling down her back unrestrained. Her underdress (cote) is of patterned teal fabric. On top of it she wears a pink overdress (sleeveless surcote) patterned with bands. Of the same pattern is the blood-orange overdress (sleeved surcote) of the woman on the right. The sleeves of her pink underdress are visible.
The strikingly blonde man wears an outer garment made of broad bands of bluish-gray and pink cloth - which seems to be lined in vair (squirrel fur) and is overturned at the neck, forming a collar - atop a pink undergarment. His hose are as yellow as can be and his stylishly curled hair is adorned with a chaplet (flower garland).