Damian Węgrzyniak

Damian Węgrzyniak

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augusztus | 2012 | Bagyinszki Zoltán fotográfus

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14th Century

Century- Low neckline and formfitting dress was the main style for a woman during this time. Two gowns are worn over each other and the sleeves are close fitting.

14th Century Europe

Robe Nobility: New nobles who purchased their titles from the monarchy; they became high officials in the government and were loyal to the king.

The garment has deep armholes covered sleeves sewn on top of the shoulder. The sleeve is cut in the inside part, which allows you to completely hide the armhole, so the sleeve of clothing or blowing. The sleeve is very long, so hand it hidden stretch. It is sewn into the flank just above the cut in order to easily remove the hand hole.

Herigaut—A cloak with long, wide sleeves having a slit below the shoulder through which the arm could be slipped, leaving the long, full sleeve hanging behind. Sometimes the top of the sleeve was pleated or tucked to add fullness to the sleeve.