Gown, Ladies', 15th centuryWorn as an outer gown by the middle classes and as an undergown by the upper classes, short sleeved gowns of this type are seen throughout Europe from about 1440-1480. Our version is taken from the gown worn by Mary Magdalene in Rogier van der Weyden's "Deposition" and "Seven Sacraments" paintings.
On the set of 'Projekt Rycerze' photoshoot. Thin woolen navy checkered dresswith side lacing and tin buttons on the sleeves, red woolen cloak, silk wimple and a silk tablet woven fille with silvered mounts. Photo by Andrzej Wiktor https://www.facebook.com/LadyMalinaCom/
1320, by Tadarida on DeviantArt. 14th Century dresses are tight (tailoring appears) with long, tight sleeves and full skirts. They are often laced or buttoned in the front. A loose surcoat could be worn over.