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Something like this with a few modifications (lacing instead of buttons, different colors for the dress and the gown, belt, etc.)

Something like this with a few modifications (lacing instead of buttons, different colors for the dress and the gown, belt, etc.

This is a really good example of a well fitted kirtle as she says "I find the fit very comfortable and supportive and secure, similar to a sports-bra."  Her whole piece is worth reading and has links to useful sites. Under layer for Dawn or Marches.

Romantic History: November 2010 : with extra links to fitting a self-supporting kirtle

This is an AWESOME paper/tutorial on creating a fitted Greenland (10-gore) gown for your own measurements. DRafting info, documentations, bibliograpy, everything

This is an AWESOME paper/tutorial on creating a fitted Greenland gown for your own measurements. DRafting info, documentations, bibliograpy, everything

843 Followers, 387 Following, 2,321 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Cathrin Åhlen (@cathrinahlen)

843 Followers, 387 Following, 2,321 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Cathrin Åhlen (@cathrinahlen)

Making 15th century front-laced kirtles. Great information and comparison on waist vs. no waist kirtles

Short sleeve front-laced kirtles worn over a linen chemise. Red winged opened-hood with liripipes.

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