Adjectives follow an order before a noun:

This table explains the order of
adjectives coming before a noun in the English ********, although it is very unlikely that anyone would use eight adjectives before a single noun. Generally, few would use more than a couple or so. There are cases where the order isn't followed, but it works in almost all cases. The basic movement is from subjective (op***on) to objective (material/purpose).
Op***onSizeAgeShapeColourOriginMaterialPurpose+ Noungood
bad
terrible
huge
tiny
vast
young
elderly
ancient
round
square
circular
black
white
transparent
Spanish
Japanese
British leather
plastic
****l
riding
sleeping
hunting
boots
bag
rifle