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ELIZABETH: THE GOLDEN AGE

ELIZABETH: THE GOLDEN AGE

childrens clothing in the middle ages | the middle ages were imitated across europe fashions in france spain ...

childrens clothing in the middle ages | the middle ages were imitated across europe fashions in france spain ...

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.

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.

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?

What kind of armor did Medieval women really wear?

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