history of fashion vocabulary early and late middle ages

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class vocabulary handout salt lake community college Byzantine (early middle ages) late middle ages renaissance

large square decoration in contrasting colors and fabric

tablion

medallion shaped decorations

segmentae

originally Greek military- cloak fastened on right shoulder with fibula

chlamys

cloth embroidered collar, gold, set with beads/precious gems covering shoulders

maniakis

undershirts or under dresses made of light weight linen or cotton batiste

chemises

loose fitting breeches fastened at the waist with a belt

braies

cloak from one piece of fabric, fastened on one shoulder, slit for the head

open/closed mantle

elaborate, closely fitted, long garment, costly fabric worn by upper class men/women

bliaut

linen band passed from one temple, under chin and up to the other temple

barbette

a standing band, like a crown over which a veil might be draped

fillet

fine white scarf that covered the neck, the center covering the chin, fastened above ear

wimple

under tunic

cote

outer tunic

surcote/cote-hardie

loose with short/no sleeves fastening under arms with partial seams/fabric tabs

tabard

sleeve cut full under arm, tapering to close fit at the wrist

magyar sleeve

narrow at top widening to large, funnel shape at wrist

funnel sleeve

widened from shoulder to form a full, hanging pouch below tight cuff

bagpipe sleeve

military attire, links of metal for armor

chain mail

full garment with long, wide sleeves, slit below the shoulder in front for the arm to slip, leaving the long sleeve hanging behind

herigaut/gardecorps

exaggerated, pointed hat

henin

padded 'vest', sleeved version for civilian dress, worn over chemise

pourpoint/doublet

fitted over shoulders, widened below into deep tubular folds held by belt, worn by both men and women

houppelande

piece sewn into men's breeches covering genitals

codpiece

elongated, pointed shoe

poulaine

sewing together sections of different colored fabrics within one garment

parti-colored

form of decoration, edges of garment cut into points or scallops

dagging

hood, cut and sewn to cape

chaperone

long hanging tube of fabric at back of hood

liripipe

under jacket worn over shirt

doublet

over cloak open at sides

huke

under shirt for men

shirt or camica

women's under dress linen or cotton, full

camica

platform shoes, extreme in Venice

chopines

embroidery, black silk figures

spanish work

contrasting linings placed under slashes or inserts

slashings/panes

separate collar, very wide, often lace and stiffly starched

ruff

large padded breech

trunk hose

stiff or boned hoop underskirt, smaller top, wider at bottom

verdugale/spanish farthingale

padded roll placed around waist to support dress

bum roll

spokes fastened to top most hoop to a waistband, same width throughout

wheel farthingale

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