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Dress in the Middle Ages

Françoise Piponnier

Dress in the Middle Ages

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Published by Yale University Press in New Haven, London .
Written in English

  • Costume -- History -- Medieval, 500-1500,
  • Clothing and dress in art,
  • Civilization, Medieval

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [157]-163)

    StatementFrançoise Piponnier and Perrine Mane ; translated by Caroline Beamish
    ContributionsMane, Perrine
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 167 p. :
    Number of Pages167
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17000432M
    ISBN 100300086911

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Women wore a shift or chemise under their gown or robe; while men wore a chemise with their trousers or braies, and covered the chemises with garments such as doublets, robes, etc. Sumptuary laws established in the middle ages restricted clothing expenditures to maintain class structure.

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See more ideas about Medieval wedding, Medieval dress and Wedding dresses pins. Clothing of the Middle Ages. The Middle Ages (c. – c. ) was, as its name implies, a great age of transition.

The Roman Empire (27 b.c.e. – c.e.), which had provided the structures of civilization across Europe for nearly five hundred years, collapsed inand bands of nomadic people who the Romans had called barbarians — Goths, Huns, Vandals, Franks, and others — took.

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Blue was a popular choice as it represented chastity but brides could also choose green, red, yellow or any other color. The Early Middle Ages, also known as the Dark Ages or medieval times, refers to that period in European history after the fall of the Roman Empire.

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The lowest classes in the Middle Ages did not have access to the same clothing as nobility. Poor men and women working in the fields or wet or muddy conditions often went barefoot. [69] Upper and middle-class women wore three garments and the third garment was either a surcoat, bliaut, or cotehardie.

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