Fra Carnevale, Birth of a Virgin, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. KC- note puckering on top of the sleeve, suggesting the whole sleeve was removable rather than the part sleeve above elbow generally seen.
Gown, Ladies', centuryWorn as an outer gown by the middle classes and as an undergown by the upper classes, short sleeved gowns of this type are seen throughout Europe from about I don't like the head piece, but something like this could work!
Thank you, pinner! The one I pinned from says: (This shape sleeve, but sewn together without lacing is one I've also seen in century manuscripts - tight half way up forearm and then billowy to shoulder.
a recreational costume reflective of a lower or middleclass citizen, the outfit is assembled in sections, the sleeves are tied on, the corset bodice overdress was layered over the linen shirt dress and the skirt could be removed