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1320 .:2:. by Tadarida 1320 .:2:. by Tadarida
Women of 1300s would wear cotehardies with tight bodices and long, tight sleeves. Over the inner dress, surcote would be worn. It was a loose outer gown, that could be cut on the sides. The church was against those cuts, because they showed woman's figure.

Men's clothing started with a shirt and braies. Next came colorful hose (they were like two stockings, made of wool and tied to a belt). Over the shirt, men wore short doublets (you can see the yellow sleeves) and then outer gowns (red and blue). They could also wear a hood, which was often decorated with a technique known as dagging.

Shoes were long and pointy, though not as long as they would becaome later.
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RichardFay Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Looks like an old-time illustration. Well done!
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gudruna Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013
amazing
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cleveroctober Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Flashback to a past life!
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