Reinette: Valois Princesses dressed in a Houppelande gown and a bluntcated hennin atop her her head finished with a sheer veil
Women's wear - Houpellandes
Houppelande with dagged sleeves - from a French glossary under Franges (dagging in English)
LXI_Olympias, reine de Macédoine (OLYMPIAS, queen of Macedonia) -- Giovanni Boccaccio (1313-1375), Le Livre des cleres et nobles femmes, v. 1488-1496, Cognac (France), traducteur anonyme. -- Illustrations painted by Robinet Testard -- BnF Français 599 fol. 54
Kristýna Petříčková This is one of the prettiest replications of a Burgundian gown I have ever seen! <<Wow, this is my most popular pin by far. You guys should look at my other pins and boards too! :)
Maureen et Eileen : Houppelande verte brodée de motifs celtiques. What a magnificent costume!
Mid 15th century Houpelande....here is a stunning example of the newly desired longer , more ope sleeves with a cotte worn underneath...this style came into fashion during the transition to the Tudor style gowns...this style was most popular in the late 15th, to early 16th century
robe femme XV ème siècle
From an illustrated 15th century French translation of Boccaccio’s Decameron. Pognon, Edmond (translated by Tallon, J. Peter). Boccaccio's Decameron. Liber SA, 1978.
Giovanni Boccaccio, De Claris mulieribus, traduction anonyme en français Livre des femmes nobles et renommees