15th century clothing

Step back in time with these authentic and elegant 15th century clothing ideas. Explore the fashion trends of the past and bring a touch of history to your wardrobe today.
Project Complete: Early 15th Century French Townswoman Outfit by Master Edyth Miller Medieval Dress, Costumes, Medieval Clothing, Century Clothing, Historical Clothing, Historical Dresses, 17th Century Clothing, Aged Clothing, Renaissance Clothing

Project A layered outfit in the style of early 15th century French townswomen. Sources Throughout the dozens of French manuscripts produced in the first few decades of the 15th century, a particularly typical clothing silhouette can be seen on what I would describe as urban townswomen. Broadly, these women were non-nobles, most often among the lower or working classes (though not exclusively or necessarily "peasants"). It appears in the available imagery, primarily looking at manuscripts…

Anne Marie Sweelssen
Kirtle, late 15th century Medieval Clothing, Medieval Dress, Century Dress, Century Clothing, Historical Clothing, Medieval Women Dress, 15th Century Clothing, 15th Century Dress, Historical Costume

This walnut brown kirtle is inspired by a german altar piece from 1470 (The Birth of Mary, Master of the Life of the Virgin). It is worn by a working woman. It is made of wool tabby. The bodice is lined with a sturdy linen fabric and closes in the front with a lucet cord running through handmade eyelet holes. The skirt is pleated to the bodice with knife pleats. The sleeves are short with sleeve gussets in the back. Short sleeves are quite common in depictions of working class women in the…

Lady - French costume of the 15th century, showing a rolled hat with feather, dress with hanging sleeves, and collar hung Vintage, Medieval Dress, Larp, Century Dress, Century Clothing, Historical Dresses, Historical Clothing, Historical Costume, 15th Century Clothing

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Breanna Quinones
Conjectural late 14th/15th century women’s cotte pattern – Research Dumping Grounds Medieval Dress, Century Clothing, Century Dress, Evolution Of Fashion, 14 Century Dress, 13th Century Clothing, 14th Century Clothing, 15th Century, 14th Century Fashion

This pattern will create a woman’s late 14th/15th century cotte/gown. Click here if you’re looking for the Men’s pattern. When drafted the pattern includes 1/2″ seam allowance on all edges. Because of the tight fit this will need some type of closure (rather than pulling it on over your head). For women, on a supportive layer I recommend you use…Continue Reading→

Elaine Lord