Hood from Greenland, 14th century, Danish national museum, Copenhagen

century hood (probably of wool) from Greenland. In the collection of the Danish National Museum, Copenhagen.

Sideless Surcote—A woman's over-gown cut away at the sides from under the arms to the hips to show the cote-hardie or kirtle underneath; it was usually worn with a plastron at the front of the figure. It remained as a ceremonial dress for women during the latter of this period.

Bliauds, Wimples, and Everything in Between

Gowns Pagan Wicca Witch:  Bespoke 14th century medieval re-enactment #gown.

This dress was made by Elisabeth Amnegard-Fisher of Nine Ladies Design Im curious about her sources/inspiration. (Bespoke century medieval re-enactment gown.alles für den Gentleman - www.

petticoatguru:  Medieval Europe, 13th - early 14th century.  THE MODE IN HATS AND HEADDRESSBy R. Turner Wilcox

THE MODE IN HATS AND HEADDRESSBy R. Turner Wilcox- some of the headdresses look great. The rest i wonder what the heck ere you trying to do?

Early to mid 14th century gown and a cloak/mantle, based on the effigy of Blanche Mortimer.

Blanche Mortimer Gown, 14th century

One of the latest commissions was a early to mid century gown and a cloak/mantle, based on the effigy of Blanche Mortimer. The customers, lovely ladies from Mortimer HIstory Society, Dress and…

In the 13th and 14th centuries the dresses had changed from flowing freely to dresses that had lacing to shape the garment closer to the body.

Love the sleeve design on the light blue dress; In the and centuries the dresses had changed from flowing freely to dresses that had lacing to shape the garment closer to the body.

Plantagenet (14th century): Horizontal Braiding, Gorget.     Gorget - When a wimple is worn without a veil, pinned over hair coils on the side of the head (Fig. 19). Sometimes the coils were braided horizontally (Fig.18). Horizontal Braiding- popular in the mid 14th century, the head would go uncovered, but sometimes a fillet would support the plaits ( Fig. 22).

Gorget - When a wimple is worn without a veil, pinned over hair coils on the side of the head (Fig.

14th century medieval gown. This is a female cotehardie, made of velvet and silk with beaded details and handmade buttons. The hat is a tressour crispinette, made of silk with pearls.

Recently completed century medieval gown. This is a female cotehardie, made of velvet and silk with beaded details and handmade buttons. Velvet and Silk Cotehardie

Another image from Bodleian Library MS Bodl. 264, a mid-fourteenth-century edition of the Romance of Alexander

Another image from Bodleian Library MS Bodl. a mid-fourteenth-century edition of the Romance of Alexander. The woman, so romantically giving away her heart, wears a purple kirtle and green cotehardie.

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