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houppelande II Extensive surface coat with stand-up collar, fastened with a series of buttons at the neck and at the wrists, the standard reaching mid-calf. Usually strapped belt. Sleeve closed baggy. Made of wool with linen lining, standard 5 buttons at the neck and the 3 on the sleeves.
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A theory on construction of the Houppelande: Cynthia Virtue's rotated-corner, circle plan houppelande
A houppelande, from around 1400, belted low at the waist. With long funnel shaped sleeves and dagging at the edge of the sleeves, typically in a contrasting colour
Medieval Clothing and Footwear- 15th Century Mens Houpplelande