Short cotte 13th century

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    The cotte (tunic) is a woollen garment, sometimes lined, worn over the shirt.
    In the 13th century, it was knee-length for modest statuses, but the richer ones could also wear it for practical reasons (hunting, horse riding for example).
    It has a loose fit and is worn with a belt.
    The collar is fitted and can have several fastening systems. The most common is the amigaut (central slit) which is closed by a brooch or a lace.
    The sleeves, wide from the shoulder, are adjusted on the forearm. Depending on the status, they can be closed with buttons, discreet lacing or nothing (more modest status).
    Historically, it is worn bloused at the level of the belt, this one will be dissimulated in the folds of fabric.
    It can be split at the front and back.
    The cotte will continue to exist in the 14th and 15th century with some modifications (shape of the sleeves, width, collar), for the modest statuses.

    - Rutland Psalter
    - Maciejowski Bible

    Possible options:
    - With or without lining
    - Exposed handmade seams
    - Decrease or increase of the total width
    - Collar: round, round split (most common and shown), buttoned, split with lace (rare)

    Price: from 200€