Made even more difficult by the fact that my fantasy world is heavily based on 19th century East Asia (China, Japan, Mongolia, Korea etc). It is a fantasy story with the addition of magic, dragons and a large variety of other creatures like the ones in their traditional legends and folk tales. Despite the fantasy elements, I want the same feel as that of 19th century East Asia, just to make it extra difficult for myself... obviously. I am working on the second draft, and this is one of the details I have skipped. They are a group traveling through a country of rain, and the rain is heavy and constant, so they can't just find some shelter. It would be both cold and wet I can imagine, and what they could be wearing to protect themselves has me a little stumped.