The dress of the woman holding the baby can be almost any colour, grey, mid-blue, red, green, mauve and so on. The toque should complement the dress colour, and she should have a pale complexion. The dress on the baby, whose face is covered, should be white or cream. The woman may be portrayed with or without complementing gloves. The seated man in the suit can be painted in a number of ways. He could be in a black jacket and pinstripe trousers or in a suit of matching material. For example, brown, grey or dark blue. He could also be portrayed wearing tweeds. His shoes would be black or brown, depending on the colour of the suit. The Rochdale mill girl would wear a dark coloured dress, white apron and her shawl would very likely be a rich red brown colour. She would wear clogs. Her tea flask would be tin or cream enamel. She would not wear gloves. Could be from anywhere, but this was taken from a specific photograph. The man in the mackintosh and cap can be used as a driver of a horse drawn vehicle, although the modeller might have to use a little ingenuity to make him fit. If the coat is to represent a waterproof, then a fawn colour would be appropriate, otherwise choose a dark blue or brown. The flat cap would be of a tweed material. He is shown wearing the shorter trousers fashionable in the Edwardian period, and boots. These would be brown or black. The trousers should be brown, blue green or tweed. His complexion should be pale if upper class, and more worn if working class.