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Gowns Pagan Wicca Witch: Bespoke 14th century medieval re-enactment #gown.
14th century shoe from Holland. Dordrecht colection.
Medieval Europe, 13th - early 14th century. THE MODE IN HATS AND HEADDRESSBy R. Turner Wilcox
Picture perfect if you are going for real classic medieval ! The shape, colours, over all print of a simple heraldic symbol, the belt, silly long sleeves, fur trim even pointed shoes. You could take any element of this and it would feel medieval.
Boot, early - mid-14th century | Museum of London
Complete outfit 14th cent. Cotehardie and breeches with a circle cloak. Might work for Dirk
Lady Florada. She knew nothing of her husband's evil plan, and yet many would hold that she had helped him.
Sartoria MonRo: the model of the cloack and the pattern of inner fabric are referred to XIVth century.
Woolen cotte - This costume belongs to 14th century. Dress is made of wool by the pattern for typical cotte. Hood is also made of wool, entirely handmade based on Herjolfsnes No.66 pattern.
Nice wool chausses by Laerad on Deviantart
14th century wool cotehardie and sideless surcote with fur trim Could decidedly do this with the burgundy wool I have
Don't these 14th-15th century ladies look like badasses? That's because they are. They are total badasses.
Heraldic clothing page, mostly 14th Century. Here, Figure 19 (Jacquemin) Anne, Dauphine d'Auvergne, Comtesse du Foret
Late 14th, early 15th century.