Late medieval Cotehardie Ava Weinrot
This long-sleeved dress is made of strong canvas fabric. It is inspired by late medieval dresses called Cotehardien. These dresses are characterized by their waist, because in the late Middle Ages tight-fitting clothes or dresses became increasingly fashionable.
In the front it is equipped with nest holes in the chest area and is tied with a nest string. This allows the tight dress form to be put on and taken off.
Representations of a Cotehardie from this period can be found, for example, in the June calendar page of the Book of Hours of the Duke of Berry, a French illuminated manuscript (original title: Les Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry), or in the Book of Simple Medicine (Virgo and Unicorn) illustrated by Robinet Testard, both from the 15th century.
details medieval dress:
- Material: 100% cotton
- Total length for size M: approx. 145 cm (measured from the highest point of the shoulder)
- Care instructions: Machine wash at 40°C, gentle cycle, not suitable for tumble drying. We recommend washing the natural-coloured tape separately.
How to find the right size:
To determine your size based on your body measurements, please measure horizontally at the strongest point. For tops please orientate yourself on your chest measurement. If you are between two sizes, we recommend that you choose the larger size. Comfort additions are included in the cut. Please keep in mind that cotton fabrics are not very elastic.
Only the dress is sold here! The other articles are available separately in our online shop.
|Chest Circumfence in cm