Thirteenthcentury Italian Lady

The lady wears an embroidered and jeweled mantle over gloves are embroidered and jeweled, her head and shoulders. Her robe is brocaded silk. Her Left The waist of the noblewoman's gown has moved to just under the bosom the skirt has an extremely long train. She wears a steeple hennin with a loose veil. Right The gentleman's cote, or jacket, is cut short, showing his legs to advantage. Featuring padded and puffed shoulders and slashed hanging sleeves, his cote has a fur trimmed collar. Around...

14th Century Cotehardie

French Nobility Clothes

Fourteenth - century Left This lady wears a pale colored cote-hardie, girdled at the hip. Her brightly colored surcoat has hanging sleeves and miniver trim. Right The lord wears a bag cap with a padded, rolled brim and a jeweled ornament. His jacket is brocaded silk with velvet sleeves his tights and shoes are parti-colored. Fourteenth-century Flemish Nobility Left The gentleman wears a shoulder cape hood with a shoes. Right The gentlewoman wears a diaper liripipe over a cote-hardie with a...

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Brigandines

A horn hangs from his silver belled baldric. Since commoners could not afford most brightly dyed fabrics, the colors here would probably be soft, natural tones. Fourteenth-century Italian Upper Class Couple Left She wears a gown with a jeweled bodice and a fur- houppelande has embroidered cuffs and a fur trimmed edged, front slit skirt over a brocade underskirt. The bottom edge. Topping his linen cap is a felt hat with a enormous, dogaline sleeves are lined with soft...

14th Century Fashion

Egyptian Loin Skirt

Fifteenth-century Left The woman wears a robe with a fitted waist, the result of lacing in the back. Her skirt hem is tucked into the band around her hips to protect it from getting dirty, exposing her chainse. On her head she wears a cloth cap with a rolled head band. Right Over his shirt sherte and braes, the man wears a laced cote which is open at the sides. His leather stockings are held up with leather rope. He wears a wide brimmed straw hat. a. Steeple hennin, parti-colored, with...

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Thirteenth-century Peasants Left This farm woman wears a wool bliaud, belted and his braes or breeches which are gathered and tied at the bloused at the waist. Under her straw hat she wears a waist. The legs are caught up and tied to pointes at the kerchief tied to form a gorget. She wears soft leather waistband. He wears a cap with chinband. His feet are shoes. Right The man has removed his tunic and we see bare because he is saving his shoes for special occasions. a. Embroidered linen toque...

Fourteenthcentury French Nobleman

Cotehardie Dagged Sleeves

This gentleman wears a fur lined houppelande of sleeves. The skirt is slit at the sides with dagged ribbons brocaded silk with castellated edges on the Dalmatian trailing down the back. His hat is chaperon style. Fourteenth-century French Noblewoman The silk brocade houppelande of this lady has a sheer that match the plumed fur hat. over-cape. Her skirt and cuffs are edged with fur bands Fourteenth-century Religious Couple of the Upper Class Left The woman wears an unbelted bliaud with a wears...

Female Headwear Eleventh Century Norman

Bliaud Patten

Eleventh - century Left The foot soldier wears a short tunic, cross-gartered tights and leather shoes. A chain mail hood covers his iron skull-cap. Over his chest he wears a leather baldric, a diagonal sash for carrying a shield and knife he holds a battle ax. Right The crusader knight is wearing a metal battle helmet, or spangenhelm, over a chain mail hood. He wears a soft under-tunic or pourpoint covered by his tunic of hardened leather tiles. His arms and legs are protected by fitted chain...