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Early medieval garments

Underwear dresses, very popular amongst every social class. Dresses took many forms, from kirtles, cottehardies to simple 3-4 pieces garments for heat preservation. Dresses vary in many forms if it comes to fastening, sleeves length, gores and cleavage.

Linen underwear dress

9th - 12th century
Simple patterned dress is a base of early medieval female outfit. It has simple sleeves woth wedges underneath the armpits and shallow, split cleavage. Bottom of the dress is widened with side gores from the hips. Machinemade

Addional offer:
Rims of the dress decorated with chosen material
Embroidery or ribbons
70 Custom orderAdd to basketShipping 15 €
Wool underwear dress

Wool underwear dress

9th - 12th century
Simple patterned dress is a base of early medieval female outfit. It has simple sleeves woth wedges underneath the armpits and shallow, split cleavage. Bottom of the dress is widened with side gores from the hips. Machinemade

Addional offer:
Rims of the dress decorated with chosen material
Embroidery or ribbons
110 Custom orderAdd to basketShipping 20 €

Linen cote

13th - early 14th century
13th century cote, based on the Maciejowski Bible. The dress has wide sleeve to the elbow and fitted around the wrist and quite shallow cleavage. Lower section is broad because of the full length side, front & back gores. On manuscripts and minatures we can notice that the underwear dresses had contrasting colours with outerwear.
100 Custom orderAdd to basketShipping 15 €

Wool cote

13th - early 14th century
13th century cote, based on the Maciejowski Bible. The dress has wide sleeve to the elbow and fitted around the wrist and quite shallow cleavage. Lower section is broad because of the full length side, front & back gores. On manuscripts and minatures we can notice that the underwear dresses had contrasting colours with outerwear.,

Additional offer:
Moulded or textile buttons in the wrist area
Ribbons
130 Custom orderAdd to basketShipping 20 €

Wool cote with linen lining

13th - early 14th century
13th century cote, based on the Maciejowski Bible. The dress has wide sleeve to the elbow and fitted around the wrist and quite shallow cleavage. Lower section is broad because of the full length side, front & back gores. On manuscripts and minatures we can notice that the underwear dresses had contrasting colours with outerwear, even the lining coloer could contrast with the outer layer.

Additional offer:
Moulded or textile buttons in the wrist area
Ribbons
170 Custom orderAdd to basketShipping 20 €