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    Women's doublet

    Florentine Gown - 1570's Italian Doublet (the giuppone)

    Picture perfect if you are going for real classic medieval ! The shape, colours, over all print of a simple heraldic symbol, the belt, silly long sleeves, fur trim even pointed shoes. You could take any element of this and it would feel medieval.

    Set Eleven - women 15th century - long shirt - linen - women hose - woolen - under dress - linen - cottehardie/outer dress, woolen with linen linning, strings or buttons - cloak from a half of the circle

    Medieval Clothing and Footwear- 15th Century Women's Turban

    Middle Class Doublet and Kirtle (2003) | Sempstress: padded rolls

    1700s.... I SO wish women could still dress like this. Incredible.

    Dress in Spanish style, from the second half of 16th century, History of Costume (German edition), K.Kohler

    Belfebe - 16th Century skirt, doublet and chemise, German style. This style is also found in some Italian paintings.

    Renaissance Fair Florence, Alabama Renaissance 15th century, 16th century. Doublet, Cape, Capelet, Romeo, revels, faire, Elizabethan, Tudor, Renaissance

    Renaissance Clothing for Women | Renaissance Faire Medieval Tudor...

    09027080 Doublet Renaissance green purple C39 W34.JPG

    12th century ladies wardrobe

    A series of blog posts showing process of making a medieval-style 14th-century woman's cotehardie.

    16th Century renaissance suit, from red and gold velvet, slashed and lined with gold silk jacquard. Suit consists of a doublet with detachable sleeves with leather cuffs and collar, trunk hose, cloak, chemise with redwork embro and bonnet (not in picture)

    Diary of a Mantua Maker mantuadiary.blogs...

    14th century wool cotehardie and sideless surcote with fur trim

    15th Century Italian Women's Clothing | Tea from the east has been introduced and is slowly catching on here ...

    Renaissance Doublet

    Italian Florentine Gown by MorganDonner, via Flickr Dress Diary or Dress Blog I guess, it is really interesting on

    Tudor Doublet and paned slops