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A painting of a costume that would have been in style from around the middle ages or before the 16th century.

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I also kinda like this one. I'm noticing I like the way dresses were constructed from the medieval time period, as opposed to later during the actual Renaissance. But then again, I like simple styles that I can move around in, so that makes a lot of sense.

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Lancaster (1430-1460): Heart-shaped and Turban Headdresses. Heart-Shaped: They were crafted by goldsmiths, using rich fabrics and a gold mesh, usually set with needlework and jewels. The headdresses were so rich they were often mentioned in wills. Fig. 51 and 52 showcase a style in which a padded roll of fabric frames the face. Turban" this style was popular throughout the 15th century. It’s influence was Turkish. They were light, made of wire mesh and fabric.

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medieval stuff by doodleninja on Polyvore featuring women's fashion, cloaks, medieval, outerwear, jackets, capes, men's fashion, costume, dresses and costumes

medieval stuff by doodleninja on Polyvore featuring women's fashion, cloaks, medieval, outerwear, jackets, capes, men's fashion, costume, dresses and costumes

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