Getting Dressed in the 14th Century (Video)
The process of getting dressed in 14th century England was a complex and time-consuming affair. Medieval women first put on their linen undergarments, followed by layers of wool clothing, which provided warmth and protection against the cold. The clothing was held together by lacing, pins, and buttons, which were often made of materials such as bone or wood. Additionally, accessories such as hats, belts, and shoes were used to complete the outfit. The video showcases the intricate details and layers of clothing involved in dressing during this era, highlighting the effort and care put into dressing in the 14th century.
Top image: Medieval noble woman getting dressed. Source: Andrey Kiselev / Adobe Stock.