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    Dress based on Werkstatt Ludwig Henfflin (c. 1470): Friedrich von Schwaben

    From 2007 C13

    From Damsel in this Dress

    Beautifully-tailored, hand-made women's traditional jodhpurs in beige thick rib corduroy with faux brass buttons and faux leather inner knee panels. Will fit up to the following measurements: Low waist: 31" Hip: Free size Below knee: 14" Inseam: 16"

    Boots & Booties - Prospectress Boot

    Ever After Costumes

    court hair piece

    Sleeve detail - movie costume Venetian Gown style of 1490s

    Back view of Angelica Huston's costume from "Ever After." Photo: Jennelise's blog entry about movie costumes.

    Ever After (1998), 16th Century, Angelica Huston as the Baroness Rodmilla De Ghent. Costume Design by Jenny Beavan. Best Costume Award from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films. by Louisiana Art & Science Museum, via Flickr

    Ruins gown from Ever After

    One of Danielle's gowns from the movie, EVER AFTER (1998). This is indicative of the type of gown a noblewoman would have worn in the early 1500s

    Drew Barrymore in Ever After cute take on Cinderella that didn't stray too far from the classic version

    Ever After - I saw this dress in an exhibit once, but they didn't have the wings on display

    Ever After Costume

    Medieval dress

    These are so freakin' cute!...victorian bloomers knickers women by earlybloomers on Etsy, $120.00

    Dieselpunk ~ Lyric with Kinsella ~ Lyric Nixia Corset Dress with a white and blue striped blouse. All by Scoundrelle's Keep 2008 collection

    Detail, pair of ladies shoes, Bavaria/ Germany, c. 1780. Green silk satin with cutwork revealing pink failled 'butterflies' edged in printed pink ruffled silk ribbon, white leather heels, lined in white kid. One heel with later handwritten German annotations, 'ball schuhe meiner Großmutter mütterlicher sets der Frei-Frau von Seckendorff geb. Gräfin Zedtwitz Feilitzsch Ritten?' ('ball shoes of my maternal grandmother the baroness of Seckendorff born countess Zedtwitz Feilitzsch Ritten?').

    A stunning Burgundian 15th century gown

    How to wear a veil & wimple - excellent tutorial with link to how to make false plaits as well

    Plantagenet (14th century): Horizontal Braiding, Gorget Gorget--when a wimple is worn without a veil, pinned over hair coils on the side of the head (Fig. 19). Sometimes the coils were braided horizontally (Fig.18). Horizontal Braiding- popular in the mid 14th century, the head would go uncovered, but sometimes a fillet would support the plaits ( Fig. 22).

    14th century german

    Short article on alternatives for 14th and 15th century headwear. How to wear a St. Birgitta's Cap, veil and wimple and veil combo. I would use a lighter-weight fabric, like linen