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Medieval underclothes for women

Underclothes & underwear in medieval times was as important as it is now. Women's underclothes mostly consisted of chemise/long shirt with or without and a simple head wrap.

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Chemise

Early medieval Chemise with sleeves

9th - 13th century
The most basic part of women's wardrobe sawn from natural linen. Chemise has gores from the hips. It has simple sleeve with wedges underneath the armpits and a shallow, split cleavage. Machinemade
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Early medieval Chemise without sleeves

9th - 13th century
The most basic part of women's wardrobe sawn from natural linen. Chemise has gores from the hips. It has broad shoulder straps and a shallow, split cleavage. Machinemade
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Late medieval Chemise with sleeves

14th - 15th century
The most basic part of women's wardrobe sawn from white linen. Chemise has gores from the hips. It has narrow sleeve with wedges underneath the armpits and a deep, cleavage, fitted with cleavages of unerwear dresses. Machinemade
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Late medieval Chemise without sleeves

14th - 15th century
The most basic part of women's wardrobe sawn from white linen. Chemise has gores from the hips. It has narrow shoulder straps and a deep, cleavage, fitted with cleavages of unerwear dresses. Machinemade
45 Custom orderAdd to basketShipping 10 €
linen stockings

Linen stockings

Multiperiod: 9th - 16th century
Form of medieval high socks. Sawn from slant of the material, are properly fitted to the leg. In addition they were supperted under the knee with fabric or leather suspender.
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