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deviantART: More Like Burgundy and Gold Wench 3 by ~MistressKristin

White renaissance gown by ~azdaja on deviantART

Period: around AD 1500, Italy. The green Renaissance dress features a deeper V-neck than the others. its front edges and hem are ornamented with woven gold braid.

Period: around AD Italy. The green Renaissance dress features a deeper V-neck than the others. its front edges and hem are ornamented with woven gold braid.

For Larkspur 2013 - The front of the skirt is split to show the camicia beneath--is this period, or would there have to be another skirt underneath? This would allow for more baby belly room....

For Larkspur 2013 - The front of the skirt is split to show the camicia beneath--is this period, or would there have to be another skirt underneath? This would allow for more baby belly room.

Fleur de Lys Dress: Renaissance Costumes, Medieval Clothing, Madrigal Costume: The Tudor Shoppe

This overdress is intended to be worn with an underdress or blouse. Available in just about any colour in the shop, patterns can be embroidered over the top or woven into the fabric with extra time allowed.

16th Century Hair Taping by ~healormor on deviantART

Showing off my hair taping. As a hair style, it's fairly stable, and doesn't have to be messed with too much throughout a day.

This!!  This is what I want under my garb!  Lengberg Castle brassiere, medieval bra dress.

Lengberg Castle brassiere, it works!

italian Renaissance dress | McCalls 5444 Italian Renaissance Dress/Gown Patterns

italian Renaissance dress | McCalls 5444 Italian Renaissance Dress/Gown Patterns

Margo Anderson's Italian Renaissance Lady's Patterns by Margo Anderson — Kickstarter

Margo Anderson is raising funds for Margo Anderson's Italian Renaissance Lady's Patterns on Kickstarter! A collection of historically accurate sewing patterns for late century Italian Renaissance women's clothing.

Layers without bulk...great for summer

Mediaeval or rather viking like Surcot made of heavy fir-tree green linen (damn expensive stuff). Dark brown passament all around the dress. Surcot I.

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Italian Renaissance- Giovanna Tornabuoni and her attendants in Italian fashion of the The tight slashed sleeves reveal the full chemise sleeves beneath. She wears a giornea over a kirtle or gamurra.

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