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  • 1. ATTIRE MEDIEVAL
  • 2. CLOTHING
    • Varied according to social standing
    • Clothing of nobility and upper class greatly differed from that of lower class
  • 3. MEN
    • Clothing styles changed periodically.
  • 4. MEN
    • The once loose and flowing tunics became tighter fitting.
  • 5. MEN
    • Linen undershirts
    • Sleeveless surcoat
    • Tunics reach knees
    • Wool cloaks
    • Stockings
    • Pleating or skirting
  • 6. WOMEN
    • Flowing gowns
    • Headwear ranged from headdresses shaped like hearts or butterflies to tall steeple caps
  • 7. WOMEN
    • Kirtles worn over a shirt
      • Tunics that reached ankles
    • Topped with shorter kirtle
  • 8. WOMEN
    • Married women wore tight-fitting caps and nets over their hair, which was wound in a bun on their heads.
  • 9. WOMEN
    • Other women wore veils over their hair, which was either hanging loosely or braided tightly.
  • 10. PEASANTS
    • Simple
  • 11. PEASANTS
    • Rough
  • 12. PEASANTS
    • Itchy
  • 13. PEASANTS
    • Scratchy
  • 14. PEASANTS
    • Tattered rags
  • 15. PEASANTS
    • Potato bags
  • 16. PEASANTS
    • Conical hats
  • 17. PEASANTS
    • Dark shades
  • 18. WEALTHY
    • More affluent = more luxurious
    • Detailed designs
    • Fitted with emphasis on sleeves of garment
  • 19. WEALTHY
    • Well-sewn
    • Turbans
    • Silky robes
    • Damask gowns
    • Fur and leather
  • 20. WEALTHY
    • Tall fancy hats
    • Brighter colors
    • Better materials
    • Longer jacket length
  • 21. SOLDIERS
    • Sword
    • Armor
  • 22. SOLDIERS
  • 23. SOLDIERS
  • 24. JEWELRY
  • 25. JEWELRY
  • 26. JEWELRY
  • 27. JEWELRY
  • 28. SHOES
    • Men wore leather shoes if they could afford them.
    • The wealthier you were, the pointier the toes that curled up.