Mi-parti dress. https://www.facebook.com/LadyMalinaCom/
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New 14th century dress by korinka on DeviantArt
11th century Saxon - Jorgencraft. Tight-sleeved underdress, loose-sleeved overdress, both with unfussy and versatile trim.
The yellow dress - or the housebook dress - 54
Red woollen kirtle by The Midgard Seamstress, via Flickr
Noirs Chardons association ( Lorraine France ) XV siècles
Medieval dress patterns
This type of textile bag with tassels can be found in manuscripts and pictures from the middle of the 13th century to the middle of the 16th century. This is the type of bag that women wore hanging...
The sideless surcoat began appearing in the 14th century and was called "the gates of hell" by clergy due to the temptation that its revealing nature caused.