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Removables sleeves
Removable sleeves which are pinned onto the 15th century short-sleeved "corset" dress.

- The Descent from the Cross, Rogier van der Weyden, 1435
- The Birth of Mary, Alte Pinakothek, Munich, 1470

Possible options:
- Different materials: brocade, silk, velvet
- Visible handmade seams
- Buttoning / lacing possible on the forearm

Price: from €33
14th century dress - type 1
This dress, also called a cotte, is worn over the shirt. It is cut close to the body on the bust then flares out.
Its neckline can be very wide until the top of the shoulders is completely revealed.
It opens on the front with multiple buttons.
The sleeves are fitted and buttoned.

- Speculum humanae salvationis Latin 511 Folio 16r
- Herjolfsnes excavations

Options :
- with or without lining
- plain or two-coloured
- Metal or fabric buttons
- Visible handmade seams

Price: from 340€
Corset dress 15th century
This dress is called "corset" because it supports the chest.
It is worn directly over the shirt, adjusted by lacing which can be opened over the shirt.It can be long-sleeved (adjusted by a discreet buttoning or lacing) or short-sleeved.
In the latter case it can be completed by removable sleeves to be pinned.
It can be worn by all social classes, the richer you are the more saturated colours and greater width you have.

- The Descent from the Cross, Rogier van der Weyden, 1435
- Madonna con infante, ca. 1450 (Antwerp, Koninklijk Museum)
- The Very Rich Hours of the Duke of Berry

Possible options :
- with or without lining
- long sleeves
- variation of the width
- visible handmade seams

Price: from 280€
Viking woman dress
Simple dress used by Viking women.
Long sleeves and split neck.
This is an interpretation due to the limited sources available.

Sources :
- Tomb 188/1960 in Haithabu (slit neck)
- Male tunics found (Moselund, Kragelund, Skjoldehamn)
- Fragment H55A in Haithabu (use of cups to give fullness to the garment)

Possible options:
- Exposed handmade seams
- Possible material : Wool (several weaving choices), linen

Price from 179€ (wool)
Dress with removable sleeves - 13th century
This 13th century dress has the particularity of having sleeves that are not entirely attached to the rest of the dress.
This feature allows them to be removed by tying them in the back for heavy duty work or for breastfeeding.
It was sourced from 1250 onwards for the status of workers or nurses.

Sources: Maciejowski Bible

Options :
- with or without lining
- Exposed handmade seams

Price from 212€
13th century women noble dress
A gown worn by women of the nobility in the 13th century, over the shirt.
The elegance and wealth is found in the fullness and drape (belt required), it seems that the dresses were very long (potentially higher than the stature of the wearer).
They were bloused at the waist with the belt becoming inconspicuous. The way they walk, with the toe forward, helps to move without crushing the fabric.
The sleeves are loose on the upper arm, but once past the elbow they become very tight on the forearm which has little buttons.

Possible options:
- visible handmade seams
- type of lining : silk is preferred for noble
- with or without lining
- fabric or metal buttons

Source :
- Dress of St Clare, Basilica Santa Chiara, Assisi
- Medieval Costume in the 13th century (1180-1320), Tina Anderlini
- BNF, Apocalypsis cum figuris 1275-1300

Price: from 300€