Sideless Surcote—A woman's over-gown cut away at the sides from under the arms to the hips to show the cote-hardie or kirtle underneath; it was usually worn with a plastron at the front of the figure. It remained as a ceremonial dress for women during the latter of this period.

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This dress was made by Elisabeth Amnegard-Fisher of Nine Ladies Design  I'm curious about her sources/inspiration.  (Bespoke 14th century medieval  re-enactment gown.)

Investiture This dress was made by Elisabeth Amnegard-Fisher of Nine Ladies Design I'm curious about her sources/inspiration. (Bespoke century medieval re-enactment gown.

14th century medieval gown. This is a female cotehardie, made of velvet and silk with beaded details and handmade buttons. The hat is a tressour crispinette, made of silk with pearls.

Recently completed century medieval gown. This is a female cotehardie, made of velvet and silk with beaded details and handmade buttons. Velvet and Silk Cotehardie

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