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Late 14th century dress: woolen cotte dress and hood with liripipe [a long tail hanging from the back of a hood]

Late century dress: woolen cotte dress and hood with liripipe [a long tail hanging from the back of a hood]

Finnish lady in a red cotte

Photo at Medieval Center Nykøbing F. Birgitan mekko / Dress of St. Birgitta/Bridget – Neulakko a century dress based on a relic from medieval Sweden

14th century noble clothing    Clothing of Noble lady at the beginning of 14th century in Western Europe. It consist of red silk cotte and blue silk surcotte. The surcotte is lined by woolen fabric. The neck-opening and sleeve edges are decorated by embroidery which can be seen in next pages. Important part of entire outfit is also silk purse with embroidery and the belt.

century noble clothing Clothing of Noble lady at the beginning of century in Western Europe. It consist of red silk cotte and blue silk surcotte. The surcotte is lined by woolen fabric.

Tutorial on late 14th century German gown, pleated front and back, with deep medieval armholes.

Tutorial on late century German gown, pleated front and back, with deep medieval armholes. Look at those seams!

Me in 14th century dress.

Me in century dress.

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