Medieval Clothing

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Medieval Clothing

Medieval ClothingBy: Jillian Woochuk, per.4

A male sevvant would wear breeches, an under shirt, a tunic, and a hat of some kind. depending on what they do, they may wear addintional clothing (a baker ^ would wear an apron).

Youg boys would wear a tunic with a belt, and sometimes breeches if they were peasants. If they were royal, they would wear breeches, stockings, a fancy tunic, and sometimes a hat of some kind.

A lord would wear breeches, socks and shoes (socks were called stockings), tunic (sometimes), coat, and surcoat. They would also have a hat of some kind, and they would have a fancy belt. Sometimes they would have precious items (jewels) sewn into their clothing.

A maid in medieval times would wear a simple long dress with a sleevless tunic, or other top. For her hair she would wear a wimple (a piece of fabric worn over the head held in place by a band).

A lady would wear clothes made of furs, wool, and silk. Shoes would have wooden soles and leather tops. They would also have a head dress to show their rank. These women could afford jewelry, so they also wore necklaces, earings, and other glittery luxury items.

This is what a King would wear in medieval times. A king would wear a tunic and surcoat, sometimes with jewels and other precious materials sewn onto them. He would also wear breeches and stockings.

A peasant women would wear a long dress, a sleevless tunic, and some type of belt around her waist or hips. She would also wear some type of hat outside to keep the sun off, keep heat in, or to protect her hair from dirt.

A male peasant would wear an under shirt, a tunic, breeches, a belt, and leather boots. He would also wear a hat to keep of the sun, stay warm, or to keep dirt out of his hair.

A queen's clothing would be made of many materials, inculding silk, fur, linen, velvet, and lace. she would wear several layers, including an underskirt, tunic, lace, and more. Somtimes there would be long sleeves that would drape down to the floor, but this was not very common.

Young girls of nobels would wear smaller, simpler versions of their mother's clothes. For peasant girls, they would wear simple dresses, again simpler than their mothers.

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