A typical white-aligned human from the salt plains
Concepted as martyrs from the land of Korlis (as a nod to the damage-preventing Martyrs of Korlis), these particular humans needed to have costuming that marks them as being from Korlis, as opposed to from Benalia or Icatia, for example. In other words, the cloth-wrapped look of white-aligned humans in the style guide shouldn’t completely override cultural differences in costuming.
Quinton Hoover came up with this design for the Korlis survivors. It’s still harsh, dusty and salty in Korlis—but they have their own unique costuming.
Children of Korlis sketch by Quinton Hoover
You get the sense of a culture whose survival adaptations have paralleled those of, say, Amrou Seekers.
Children of Korlis art by Quinton Hoover
Note that the eyes of these martyr-clerics are tattooed with red marks, to symbolize tears of blood. As their flavor text suggests, they are truly committed to their cause.