love the split side. also, the piping around the trim is bold

Another from the Italian pageant site. I think this one is woven, but I love the matching ring and circlet. Dress and Head-dress go together too

very well-fitted and sewn cotehardie

very well-fitted and sewn cotehardie. NOTE: the web site no longer exists. In addition, looking at all the seams, this is probably one of the Greenland Gowns instead of a cotehardie!

Анастасия Зуткис

Pretty faces in pretty kit.maybe its just a reenactor thing, but sometimes I can't tell which I find more attractive: the person or their kit.

Andrea Håkansson - a blog about recreating medieval things

Andrea Håkansson, Veil layers, overgown with tippets and pocket slits, lots of…

Stockings, Boiled Wool

From our Friends at Historic Enterprises At last, the historically correct legwear for women! Our ladies' stockings are made of wool jersey and are sized t

Arachne's Blog: A Cloak for a Medieval Pilgrimage

The cloak I have an inexplicable passion for short cloaks. They& not the commonest or most documentable of garments, though, especiall.

At Tenenberg battle 2006 by ~korinka on deviantART

Pic was made by my friend at at the bigest medieval event in my country. It's me in my century clothing made by me At Tenenberg battle 2006

Wełniana suknia spodnia. Szyta z czterech paneli, zapinana z przodu i na rękawach na guziki tekstylne. Dół wykończony króliczym futrem. --- PRACOWNIA ROTKI Całość szyta ręcznie

Pattern in four part, with textile buttons in the front and on the sleeves. Bottom finished with rabbit fur.