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.
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.