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The Chronicle of Western Costume by John Peacock, p35

The Chronicle of Western Costume by John Peacock, p35

Kostüm - Romanik

Kostüm - Romanik

>> Momoyama (1573-1615): Großformatige Muster, klar voneinander abgesetzt. Die Ärmel sind nur ca. halb so breit wie die Körperbahnen. Außerdem sind die Ärmel recht kurz und auf der Körperseite angenäht (kein "furi" / Flatterärmel) // >> Momoyama (1573-1615): big-sized, clearly identifiable designs. The sleeves are half as wide as the body panels. In addition, the sleeves quite short and completely connected with the body panels, without any "furi" (flattering shape).

>> Momoyama (1573-1615): Großformatige Muster, klar voneinander abgesetzt. Die Ärmel sind nur ca. halb so breit wie die Körperbahnen. Außerdem sind die Ärmel recht kurz und auf der Körperseite angenäht (kein "furi" / Flatterärmel) // >> Momoyama (1573-1615): big-sized, clearly identifiable designs. The sleeves are half as wide as the body panels. In addition, the sleeves quite short and completely connected with the body panels, without any "furi" (flattering shape).

Gotische Hochzeit schlafen Schönheit rot und von RomanticThreads

Gothic Wedding Sleeping Beauty Red and Black Sparkle Fantasy Set with Cape Custom

Gotische Hochzeit schlafen Schönheit rot und von RomanticThreads

1060-1150 Women of Medieval Romanesque Period "This pattern includes everything needed for a woman's clothing for a Norman or Norman-styled (aka Romanesque) noble or a peasant from 1060-1150. Chainse (chemise) Cotte (tunic) Bliaut (over-tunic) in two lengths with 3 styles of sleeves and neck openings Instructions for mantle (cape), circlet, wimple and veils."

1060-1150 Women of Medieval Romanesque Period "This pattern includes everything needed for a woman's clothing for a Norman or Norman-styled (aka Romanesque) noble or a peasant from 1060-1150. Chainse (chemise) Cotte (tunic) Bliaut (over-tunic) in two lengths with 3 styles of sleeves and neck openings Instructions for mantle (cape), circlet, wimple and veils."

Atelier Verdande  German site some lovely gowns and embroideries depicted within http://atelier-verdande.de/Verdande/gewandung/gewand.php?menu=112&ModID=198

Atelier Verdande German site some lovely gowns and embroideries depicted within http://atelier-verdande.de/Verdande/gewandung/gewand.php?menu=112&ModID=198

Gloriana Dress available at PurePirate.com

Gloriana Dress available at PurePirate.com

Possibly Anglo-Saxon. The purple may be period! Lichen dye produces a range of fuchsias and was popular among Vikings, especially in Ireland. Anglo-Saxons are neither Viking nor Irish, but the cultures are close enough in place and time that you could probably find documentation of lichen dye for Anglo-Saxons.

Possibly Anglo-Saxon. The purple may be period! Lichen dye produces a range of fuchsias and was popular among Vikings, especially in Ireland. Anglo-Saxons are neither Viking nor Irish, but the cultures are close enough in place and time that you could probably find documentation of lichen dye for Anglo-Saxons.

Byzantine clothes

Byzantine clothes

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