You will need
  • suit;
  • shoes.
Clothes should be taken to the morgue, no later than the day before the funeral, so you need to prepare in advance. Can use the clothes of the deceased, but only on the condition that it is in good condition.
Sometimes the outfit sewn especially for this occasion, better suited to dense white fabric without pattern. Do not use any jewelry (beautiful buttons, jewelry, jewelry) and embroidery (except for national dress).
When buying clothes pay attention to her style, it needs to be strict and do not have extra parts. Best suited dress-up outfit.
The shoes should also be defined. If the deceased was an Orthodox man, pick up white sneakers. Otherwise any new and closed shoes. To determine the suitable size of clothes and shoes, review your existing closet of the deceased or with the aid of a seamstress.
There are General rules that apply to the clothes of the deceased. Men should be socks, underwear, t-shirt, shirt, suit, shoes, tie (optional, but can prepare it in that case, if the deceased wore it for life), dentures (if necessary), shoes. The morgue also need to get other items: soap, towel, handkerchief, Cologne, disposable razor.
For the dead woman requires a different set of clothes: underwear, babydoll, stockings or tights, handkerchief for the head, shoes, Bathrobe, a simple dress or business suit with long sleeves and a skirt below the knee. In addition to these things in the morgue need to bring a handkerchief, soap, towel, dentures (if the deceased used them for life) and Cologne.
For young unmarried boys and unmarried girls, the rules for clothing are not as strict. For the deceased young man a suit for special occasions, preferably light colored, but without a pattern. For the dead girl buy wedding dress but without a veil and jewelry.