Slide No.34
Cathedral, pointed arches, flying buttress, pointed
spires, lots of stained glass, gargoyle - mythical beasts.

Slide No.35
Liripipe/Bardocucullus with dagging on the edge,
tippet tails on sleeve and hood, pourpoint/cotehardie,
poulaine/crackow pointed shoes, hose (chaus).

Slide No.36
(liripipe/bardocucullus wrapped around the head as a hat).

Slide No.37
Exaggerated length of sleeves - man in the foreground
kneeling wears a gardicorps with exaggerated sleeves.

Slide No.38
Note pointed shoes - poulaines/crackows, reached
up to lengths of 2 - 3 feet long, stuffed with hay,
sometines chained points to knees to walk. Short
pourpoint, hose. Note: hint of codpiece to come.

Slide No.39
Generic Gothic, note change to bulkier
colthes bulkier men's jackets, length important to
silhouette, hennin, fur lined surcoat called a pelicon.

Slide No.40
Houppelande with dagging on sleeves,chaperon on head
(red), women in foreground talking to men - houppelande.
Note: pregnancy look, seated women wear bliaut

Slide No.41
Houppelande in long and short versions, dagging on
edges, chaperon with a roundlet hat (doughnut shape).

Slide No.42
Assorted variations of houppelande and chaperon with roundlet.

Slide No.43
"Pregnancy look" was popular due to the effects of the plague.
They wore a pillow under the gown to create the effect.Wimple on
head, woman in houppelande, men - fur lined tabard (sandwich board)
pelicon, on floor are pattens - wood shoes to protect slipper shoes.

Slide No.44
Pregnancy look - parti-colored clothes, women bliaut,
chemise; men - pourpoint/cotehardie, hose, estivaux (boots).

Slide No.45
Houppelande, hennin headress - stiff hat form
with veils, shape of henin was a clue to nationality,
top veil - guimp, veil on head under hat - wimple.

Slide No.46
Figures are in assorted houppelande, young
men have bonnet hats, women pointed hennin
with a guimp, note absence of woman's hair.

Slide No.47
Bliaut, hennin with guimp.
Note: Mollycoddle love lock in center of forehead.

Slide No.48
Courtship - assorted gothic styles - hennin,
houppelande, surcoat, tabards, hose, poulaines/crackows.

Slide No.49
The marketplace - houppelande, chaperon and
roundlet, during this time there was a change from feud alism and
self-sufficiency to a market economy - guilds, shops, currency develops.

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