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Medieval Clothing and costume 1100-1300

being clothing that characters from the 'Gisborne' Series may have worn.

Medieval Clothing and costume 1100-1300

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Headdress styles for late 12c, if the wikipedia description is correct... Chronica St. Pantaleonis, 2nd half of 12th century. Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel, Cod. Guelf. 74.3 Aug., pag. 226) Deutsch: Verwandtschaftstafel der Ottonen.

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12th century clothing of Scotland

clothing in 12th century Scotland

medieval kirtle, a simple, elegant linen gown that pulls on without lacing. Medieval artwork of the 10th - 14th centuries often depicts simple, smooth gowns with tapered sleeves and full skirts. In the 12th and 13th century, this gown is often worn as a simple overdress by common women and wealthy ladies as well being used as an under gown with apron dresses, bliauts and pendant sleeved gowns

Medieval Clothing- Linen Kirtle

Gentleman in clothing depiction of the 12-14th century.

The nobleman. Shot in Castle Thun which is built around 1190 ad. Comthurey Alpinum, Living history around 1180 AD. ::swoon::

12th century, love the embroidery, this site has much eye candy and some good embroidery / garb ideas

Nice red medieval dress

Norse. (Viking Apron Dress)

Village Hat Shop Gallery :: Chapter 7 - Medieval or Gothic Europe :: 58_G_001

10th-14th Century Bliaut, Style A Pattern

Products for Patterns of Time

kirtle & belt

Figure of Grammatica showing the trumpet-sleeved bliaut characteristic of the later 12th century, from the Hortus Deliciarum, c. 1180

1100–1200 in European fashion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Big Red side lacings

bliaut sketches

How different shapes of veils look from side and behind.

Different shapes of veils

11th/12th century reproduction

Edge tape and eyelet detail

Medieval dress

Pattern bliaut

Pattern bliaut « Girl Photo Blogs

Las mujeres usaban cabellos largos, atados en trenzas y las damas de la nobleza lucían coronas sobre un velo o pañuelo fino. Se adornaban con collares, brazaletes, broches y otras joyas. Los caballeros usaban igualmente dos túnicas y posteriormente calzones y calzas (pantalones cortos y medias). El hombre solìa usar barba y cabellos cortos y cubrían sus cabezas con gorros de lana o capuchas.

Twelfth-century headdresses.

KotF French Clothing and Armor (Image Heavy)

Man wearing tunic and ankle garters costume mid twelfth century.

Twelfth Century buckle silver castings