A woman in the Dutch town of Spakenburg wearing an embroidered kraplap over her shoulders

A kraplap is a traditional Dutch breastcloth garment made of stiff, starched cotton which was once worn by women throughout the Netherlands but which has all but disappeared by the early 21st century.[1]


  1. ^ Anne Boultwood; Sian Hindle (8 February 2018). Culture, Costume and Dress: The Proceedings of the 1st International Conference. Gold Word. p. 145. ISBN 978-1-909379-26-8.