The attire of the young woman in front of a dark background reflects the female fashion of the reign of Ahmet III. The wine coloured 'hotoz' cap curling down over her shoulders has been wrapped with an embroidered scarf and decorated with two strands of pearls attached to bejewelled brooches at the height of her temples.
The woman has a single strand of pearls around her neck and bejewelled golden earrings. She is wearing a dress with a pattern of scattered flowers and a sleeveless kaftan with ermine fur over her diaphanous undershirt. The large bejewelled buckles on her belt are noteworthy. The attire and hotoz are very similar to those seen in Levnî’s paintings.