A new pair of publications from the Latvian National Culture Centre: a 2017 wall calendar and a planner with photos of authentic replicas of 7th-14th century garb representing all the chiefdoms of Late Iron Age Latvia. This one is Latgallian (not sure of the century). I'm going to try to get some of these for balticsmith.com.
Terra Celtica, Poland. Iron Age Celtic Garb
The most famous object from Celtic Iron Age Britain | British Museum
Castell Henllys. "The Iron Age Celts' clothes might have looked like the tartan you see in Scotland and Ireland today, with checks and stripes. The Celts used berries and plants to dye the wool different colours."-BBC
Fragments of Iron Age textiles from the Celtic saltmines at Hallstatt, Austria 506×720 píxeles
Celtic Iron Age Garb. Image from Terra Celtica
This reconstruction drawing illustrates the settlement at Silchester as it may have appeared during the Iron Age. After the Roman conquest of Britain in AD 43, the settlement developed into a town. Peter Urmston
Iron Age village (and you didn't know they had digital cameras back then!).
Iron Age Pendant. The triskele (three realms) and lunar symbols that represents fertility. The Celtic & Prehistoric Museum, Ireland
Celtic: Recreation of the interior and furnishings of an Iron-Age Celtic roundhouse, Castell Henlly, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Photo by John Warburton-lee.
Latgallian/Latgaļu from Iron Age Latvia. Metal reproductions by Daumants Kalniņš of Seno Rotu Kalve in Cēsis, Latvia. Modeled by his wife. The tunic sleeves were tucked into wide bronze spiral bracelets.
Iron Age house at Westhay Reconstruction of an Iron Age house at the Peat Moors Centre, Westhay. The house is based on one found at the nearby Glastonbury Lake Village.