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Medieval costumes for court ladies were long tunics pulled on over the head. Medieval clothing sometimes also included a second tunic worn over it, hitched up by a girdle to show the tunic beneath. Top tunic was bordered at the neck, sleeves, and hem. Medieval dress also included cloaks fastened in front below the chin, worn, full length. Veils concealed the hair.
|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|