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Even though in this image is shows a women wearing choperone it was men that wore hoods during the Late Middle Ages. Also garment making changed as well. Before garments were always T-shaped but then became a sewn item. Sleeves were sown on to the bodice which made arm movement easier.
Women were expected to cover her hair after marriage with a veil. This sign of Christian chastity and modesty lasted for all of the Middle Ages and is still seen in some parts of Europe today. A young woman would either fashion two plaits on either side of her head or wear her hair loose.
What kind of armor did Medieval women really wear?