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Shadow black leather
Champagne shimmer faux fur
Fiery nacarat velvet
Blushed rose silk
Charcoal and alabaster striped satin
Shimmering ice blue
Golden champagne silk
Rich dun silk
Snowdrop white silk
Holly red silk Dupioni silk
Pale pearl crushed velvet
*Attifet* It is a type of close-fitting cap called a coif; many were embroidered and bobbin-lace-trimmed. In the east the coif was wired or starched into a slight heart-shape, this is now known as the attifet.
*Beribboned Garland* Delicate aquamarine velvet flowers are tactically positioned on the hat. It is an elaborately woven circular ribbon arrangement, which is worn upon a woman's head primarily to hold the hair or veil in place. Pretty, fluttering ribbons hang loosely off the back of the garland.
*Bonnet* This headwear is primarily worn by women and is knitted, and tied under the chin. It covers the hair, ears and back of the head, but not the forehead. Cut atop the bonnet are small slits, allowing for women to comfortably slide their ears through.
*Braided Hairband* It is a clothing accessory worn in the hair or around the forehead, usually to hold hair away from the face or eyes.
*Butterfly Hat* It is a hat crafted from a truncated cone and veil or handkerchief covering wired to look like butterfly wings.
*Caul* It is a headress worn by women that covers tied-up hair. A fancy caul could be made of satin, velvet, fine silk or brocade, although a simple caul would commonly be made of white linen or cotton. The caul could be covered by a crespine or a mesh net to secure it from falling off.
*Chaperon* Initially a utilitarian garment, it first grew a long partly decorative tail behind, and then developed into a complex, versatile and expensive headgear after what was originally the vertical opening for the face began to be used as a horizontal opening for the head.
*Coif* This is a rectangular hat, with the fold of the fabric going around the back of the head and the seam running along the top of the head. The bottom is gathered and tied at the back of the neck while the front edge curves around the head in the shape of a horseshoe, before tapering down and forward toward the jawline into a blunt, rounded point. The excess material at the crown of the head is gathered tightly together and stitched down while the front edge is fancily decorated with either lace or an intricate braid.
*Cornet Hat* It has an upstanding frill in front and lappets at the back. The veil is wired to stand up above the forehead. A topknot of wired ribbon is pinned at the front of the cap.
*Coronet Hat* This is a border, fitting close round the head, that curves forward on either side to end over the ears; the hair is exposed above this limit only. The back of the crown is raised into a horseshoe-shaped curve over the head.
*Ear-Shaped Caul* It is a headress worn by women that covers tied-up hair. A fancy caul could be made of satin, velvet, fine silk or brocade, although a simple caul would commonly be made of white linen or cotton. This style of caul has two separate ear coverings and link at the top of the head with a ribbon.
*Face Veil* It is an article of clothing, worn almost exclusively by women, that is intended to cover some part of the head or face. As a religious item, it is intended to show honor to an object or space.
*Gable Hood* A gable hood, is a woman's headdress, so-called because its pointed shape resembles the gable of a house. It is a complex construct with a box-shaped back and two tube-shaped hanging veils at 90-degree angles; the hanging veils and lappets can be pinned up in a variety of ways to make complex headdresses.
*Head Roll* This is a a padded circle worn on the head to hold a veil in place.
*Head Veil* It is an article of clothing, worn almost exclusively by women, that is intended to cover some part of the head or face. As a religious item, it is intended to show honor to an object or space.
*Nebulae Headdress* A narrow, halo-shaped headdress, traditionally made from gauze.
*Paste* This is a strip of cloth primarily used for being secured over a coif.
*Pillbox Hat* It is a small woman's hat with a flat crown and straight, upright sides.
*Ruffled Veil* It is an article of clothing, worn almost exclusively by women, that is intended to cover some part of the head or face. As a religious item, it is intended to show honor to an object or space. This particular veil appears to be ruffled at the framing of the face.
*Snood* It is a lacy-looking, knitted or crocheted net that holds the hair back from the wearer's face.
*Steeple Hat* It is a headdress in the shape of a cone or 'steeple'. The hennin is typically 12 to 18 inches (30 to 45 cm) high, but can be considerably higher. The hennin is worn tilted backward at an angle and features a cloth lappet, a short loop in the front and a veil that emerges from the cone.
*Wide-Brimmed Coif* This is a rectangular hat, with the fold of the fabric going around the back of the head and the seam running along the top of the head. The bottom is gathered and tied at the back of the neck while the front edge curves around the head in the shape of a horseshoe, before tapering down and forward toward the jawline into a blunt, rounded point. The excess material at the crown of the head is gathered tightly together and stitched down while the front edge is fancily decorated with either lace or an intricate braid. In this case, the front edge has been extended into a wide brim.
*Wimple* It is a cloth which usually covers the head and is worn around the neck and chin.
COATS, CLOAKS & JACKETS
*Cloak* It is a type of loose garment that is worn over indoor clothing and protects the wearer from the cold, rain or wind, or it may form part of a fashionable outfit or uniform.
*Back-Cloak* It is a cloak that, attached to the shoulders, falls down to the floor behind the wearer. The woman's version trails the floor in a graceful curve, while the men's cloak barely grazes the floor.
*Bell Cloak* It is a cloak buttoned down the front with bulky sleeves in folds of cloth. Overall, this cloak resembles a bell.
*Brat Drape* A basic, but versatile, upper body draping. Often highly decorated, it can be worn several ways including belted around the waist, and pinned over one shoulder.
*Cape* This is a sleeveless outer garment which is designed to fasten at the throat and fall down the back of the wearer. Typically, luxurious materials are used to manufacture a cape, which is intended to be more fashionable than functional as a general rule. It falls only partially down the back, and drapes elegantly over the shoulders.
*Capelet* This is a miniature cape designed to be worn during warm weather. Barely covering the shoulders in the front, the top rests just under the nape of the wearer in the back to fashionably frame the neckline.
*Chasuble Cape* This is a generic, circular cape with an aperture for the head.
*Evening Cape* This is a sleeveless outer garment which is designed to fasten at the throat and fall down the back of the wearer. Worn as a formal garment, this particular cape is meant to be made from fine materials only, sometimes being constructed from lacy knit patterns or crochets, and occasionally beaded or laced with gems. It falls only partially down the back, and drapes elegantly over the shoulders
*Collar Cape* A round or square shoulder covering used to keep the neck and chest area warm.
*Hooded Cloak* A full, floor-length cloak bearing a deep, concealing hood. It can be tightened at the neck via drawstrings or secured with a clasp.
*Hooded Lacerna Cloak* A large, semi-circular cloak draped around the shoulder, down the back, and typically secured with a piece of jewelry. It bears a hood and serves as protection against the elements.
*Lacerna Cloak* A large, semi-circular cloak draped around the shoulder, down the back and typically secured with a piece of jewelry. It serves as protection against the elements.
*Mantle* It is a cloak fashioned from a rectangular piece of cloth and is sleeveless. It reaches to the feet and wraps loosely around the body, shielding the wearer from the elements.
*Sagum Mantle* A square, rectangular mantle draped over armor and held at the shoulder with a clasp or thorn.
*Shawl* This is a large swath of cloth which is designed to be wrapped loosely around the neck, shoulders, and upper body. It is big enough to cover the head, if the wearer so desires, to shield from the elements.
*Short Buckled Jacket* A short female jacket ending just below the breasts that features a deep hood and a series of three buckles that close securely upon the chest. Each of the long sleeves is laced up via a myriad of eyelets and colored string.
*Pleated Coat* This is a short jacket with pleats radiating from the shoulder and running to the hem with the waist creating a fashionable X shape. This garment closes with hidden hooks in the center front.
*Scarf* It is a piece of fabric worn on or near the head or around the neck for warmth, cleanliness, fashion or for religious reasons.
*Head Scarf* It is a scarf covering most or all of the top of a woman's hair and her head. Head scarves may be worn for a variety of purposes, such as for warmth, for sanitation, for fashion or social distinction; with religious significance, to hide baldness, out of modesty, or other forms of social convention.
*Stole* It is an embroidered band of cloth, about two and a half to three meters long and seven to ten centimeters wide, whose ends are usually broadened out.
*Gloves* These are tailored so they fit over most animals paws. Custom fingerless gloves are available for clawed animals who need such things.
*Fingerless gloves* These are tailored so they fit over most animal's paws. These gloves are fingerless, encasing the base of the fingers to the wrists.
*Formal gloves* These are tailored so they fit over most animal's paws. These gloves are full-fingered, encasing the tips of the digits to just above the wrists.
*Handwraps* Primitive protective wrappings that are bound around the hands of the wearer to encase the base of the fingers down to the wrists.
*Long, fingerless gloves* These are tailored so they fit over most animal's paws. These gloves are fingerless, encasing the base of the fingers to the elbows.
*Long gloves* These are tailored so they fit over most animal's paws and are lengthened to go just beyond the elbow, making them perfect for wear with sleeveless garments. Custom fingerless gloves are available for clawed animals who need such things.
*Mittens* These are tailored so they fit over most animal's paws and stretch just over the wrists. They bundle the hands entirely to provide warmth during the cold seasons, and, unlike regular gloves, do not have a separate sheath for each finger. Custom fingerless gloves are available for clawed animal's who need such things.
*Work gloves* These are tailored so they fit over most animal's paws and extend upward over the forearms for protection. Custom fingerless gloves are available for clawed animals who need such things.
*Belt* Worn wrapped about the waist, it can be used for hanging various items such as pouches and scabbards.
*Braided* This is a casual belt created through the braiding together of three or more strips of fabric.
*Garter belt* A swath of cloth worn around the waist and designed to accompany garters which clasp onto stockings or socks to keep them from falling down. The back of this garment is adjustable to fit different waist sizes.
*Girdle belt* It is a scanty belt-shaped textile for men and/or women worn about the waist.
*Tie belt* This is a strip of fabric generally used for keeping a robe closed.
*Waist cord* This garment is traditionally worn wrapped about the waist with a corded piece of cloth fashionably dangling toward the thighs. It can be used for hanging various items such as pouches and scabbards.
*Blouse* A garment for the upper part of the body, with a collar, sleeves, and a front opening.
*Bodice* It is a tightly fitted outer garment worn by women, low cut and sleeveless, hugging the torso tightly. It is reinforced with stiff reed inserts to maintain a fashionable shape and support the bust. The front is securely laced and tied.
*Bustier* A form-fitting corset-like garment worn under clothing to push up the bust by tightening against the upper midriff while gently shaping the waist. It reaches only to the bottom of the ribs.
*Camisole* This is a simple garment fashioned to wear under blouses or shirts which provides a covering that extends from the bust to the waistline. Being sleeveless, this garment traditionally offers little, if any, breast support.
*Cavalier shirt* A male garment featuring full sleeves, gathered cuffs, and a stiffened collar with a lace front closure.
*Cloth Strip* A crude upper body garment designed to cover a woman's breasts and little else. It ties simplistically around the back.
*Corset* A garment consisting of three separate pieces laced together with a thinly twisted silken cord. It is generally snugly fitted to the upper body, but devoid of sleeves and straps. The back piece is a solid cut of fabric tied to the two front pieces of the garment. Thin, twisted cords of silk have been used to lace each piece together on the sides and at the front. Where the two front pieces meet, the cloth dips down to reveal a provocative amount of cleavage, while still maintaining coverage of the breasts themselves.
*Cropped Shirt* An off-the-shoulder, low-cut female garment which has been cropped just beneath the breasts and hugs their lower halves tightly.
*Cross-Lace Bodice* A fitted bodice with a low, wide neckline. It features a series of criss-crossed lacing in the front which tighten to accentuate the breasts and slim the figure.
*Doublet Bodice* A high-neckline, front-lacing bodice with a long row of grommets down the front. It features a pointed waist and padded shoulder rolls.
*Gypsy shirt* A men's straight cut shirt with full sleeves and a v-neck turned back collar.
*Half-shirt* A male upper body garment that wraps about the torso and drapes over one shoulder to leave half the chest exposed.
*Ruched Bodice* A form-fitting bodice which has been gathered and stitched at its central point to create a rippled appearance. It closes via a series of laces in the back.
*Ruffled Blouse* This is a garment comes with convenient ties at the wrists. Each generous sleeve ends in a fashionable ruffle.
*Shirred Bodice* A decorative bodice in which the material has been gathered along the torso to create decorative rows through parallel stitching. It closes via a series of laces in the back.
*Short-Sleeved Blouse* This is a simple, loose garment for the upper part of the body with a round collar, and short breezy sleeves sometimes ending in ruffles. It pulls on and off over the head.
*Short-Vested Bodice* A tight-fitting bodice which tapers inward at the waist to form a v-shape just above the navel. It laces up the front and along the shoulders for a dramatic look.
*Skirted Bodice* This bodice variation comes with lacing at the front and a short, tapered skirt about the bottom. It is designed to be worn with skirts or pants.
*Sleveveless Blouse* This is a simple, loose garment for the upper part of the body with a round collar and flowy bottom. Void of sleeves, the fabric at the shoulders is broad and stops just at the armpits of the wearer.
*Slit-neck shirt* This is a simple, loose-fitting shirt with tubular sleeves, underarm gussets, and a boat neckline.
*Swatch Shirt* A female upper body garment in which two swatches of fabric have been tied together on each side of the body to serve as a covering for the breasts. It reaches to just above the navel.
*Tie-neck shirt* This is a simple, loose-fitting shirt with tubular sleeves and underarm gussets. The banded collar extends into front ties.
*Underbust Corset* A decorative corset variation that begins at the bust and extends down to the hips. It is generally worn over blouses or shirts to lend a more attractive shape to the female form.
Pants & Skirts:
*Skirt* A garment hanging from the waist and worn by females.
*Angled Skirt* A female garment which starts scantily at the left hip with a simple side tie and then tapers diagonally downward to cover the groin and end just above the right knee. The entire left side of the lower body is left bare.
*Ankle-Length Kilt* This ankle-length kilt displays uniqueness of design, construction, and convention which differentiate it from other garments fitting the general description. It is tailored, and wraps around the wearer's body at the natural waist, between the lowest rib and the hip, starting from one side, around the front and back and across the front again to the opposite side. The fastenings consist of straps and buckles on both ends, the strap on the inside end passing through a slit in the waistband to be buckled on the outside. The kilt covers the body from the waist down to just above the ankles. The overlapping layers in front are called aprons and are flat; the single layer of fabric around the sides and back is pleated.
*Ankle-Length Skirt* A female garment hanging loosely from the waist and extending downward in a fine, draping fashion before pooling about the ankles.
*Flared Skirt* This is a sleek, floor-length skirt that hugs the hips and legs before flaring out at the knees and cascading to the floor in voluminous, elegant folds that trail slightly behind the wearer.
*Floor-Length Skirt* This is a streamlined floor-length skirt. It hangs simplistically from the waist catching the natural curves of the body beneath before brushing against the floor.
*Gypsy Skirt* A skirt with three ruffled tiers and a drawstring waist.
*Harem pants* Baggy pants, tied at the ankles.
*Hoop Skirt* An undergarment designed to extend the outer skirt into a fashionable shape. It is comprised of wires and hoops of various shapes before being covered in cloth.
*Kilt* A knee-length pleated and wrap-around skirt generally worn by men as part of the traditional dress of the Bisclavret.
*Knee-Length Skirt* A female garment draping from the waist to the knees in a lightweight, breezy design.
*Mermaid Skirt* A female garment which is fitted from the hips to the knees before flaring out to a graceful full circle trumpet with inserted gored panels.
*Overskirt* A garment hanging from the waist and worn by females.
*Overskirt-Ruffled* A female overgarment which begins at the waist and flows luxuriously outward from the hips to end in a splash of playful ruffles at the ankles.
*Pantaloons* These are baggy trousers extending from waist to ankle.
*Pants* An article of clothing covering the body from the waist down, with separate coverings for each leg that extend to the ankles. They are usually closed and fastened by either buttons or a laces, though straps with buckles or brooches are also commonplace.
*Ruffled Skirt* A long, flowing female garment with six tiers of ruffles decorating from the length of the hips downward to the ankles.
*Shorts* These are trousers that end at or above the knee, generally worn by men.
*Short Skirt* A female garment designed to snugly clutch the lower half of the body from the waist to just below the buttocks.
*Side-Split Overskirt* A female overgarment that luxuriously encompasses the waist and hips before splitting elaborately at the thigh and running down the length of the body.
*Side-Split Skirt* A fashionable female garment flowing gracefully from the waist to the ankles. The right side of the skirt has been split up to the middle thigh to reveal the garments beneath.
*Side-Tied Overskirt* A female overgarment that wraps about the waist and ties securely at the hip. It cascades downward in a slight flare to the ankles, allowing the clothing beneath to play peekaboo from the side.
*Split-Front Overskirt* A female overgarment which splits just below the waist and drapes down to the ankles in an upside-down V shape, allowing for a view of the clothing underneath.
*Stretch pants* Skin-tight legwear featuring leather straps which buckle around the calves.
*Tights* A snug stretchable garment covering the body from the waist down.
*Underdrawers* Beginning at the waist and extending downward to the knee, these male undergarments serve as a separate lining to breeches and other pants, aiding in preservation of over garments and adding an additional layer of warmth.
*Underskirt* A full skirt which hangs from the waist. It is intended to be worn either beneath gowns or other skirts to grant a fuller look.
*Underskirt-Ruffled* A full, ruffled skirt which hangs from the waist to the feet. It is intended to be worn either beneath gowns or other skirts to grant a fuller, more decorative look.
*Waist Wrap* A unisex, skirt-like garment in which the fabric has been wrapped about the waist and centrally cinched or gathered in the front to cover the necessities. Any remaining cloth is left hanging between the legs to flutter freely toward the ground.
*Yoke Skirt* A full, floor-length skirt attached to a fitted hip-length yoke. This garment provides a smooth look to the waist and hips and is ideal for wearing under bodices when no bulk is desired.
*Dress* It's a long-sleeved garment for females fitted close to the upper part of the body, with flowing skirts extending to the floor.
*Cordial* A dress that skims the body luxuriously and flares out over the hips into a full skirt falling gracefully into a six-inch train at the back. The neckline is scooped and fitted sleeves extend to the wrist with a delicate point over the hands.
*Couture* A floor-sweeping strapless dress featuring a tonal sequin embellishment on the fitted bodice. The bodice seamlessly transitions into a flowing skirt which radiates downward to graze the feet of the wearer. A small series of hooks and eyes situated on the left side provide hidden closure for the garment.
*Peplem* A Tubular female garment featuring a long, basic skirt that comes around the body under the arms, and is often pinned at each shoulder.
*Ranger* A sleeveless female garment bearing a deep hood that extends downward to just above the ankles. It features a long skirt and a myriad of eyelets and strings which lace up the central portion of the chest and sides.
*Saberist* A sleeveless female garment which extends downward to just above the ankles. It boasts a low-cut, circular neckline that neatly merges into a buttoned front panel before flowing out into eccentric folds below the waist. A series of eyelets and string lace up the top portion of the sides, giving way at the hips to deep slits which reveal any clothing worn underneath.
*Short Saberist* A sleeveless female garment which extends downward to just above the knees. It boasts a circular neckline that neatly merges into a buttoned front panel before flowing out into eccentric folds below the waist. A series of eyelets and string lace up the top portion of the sides, giving way at the hips to deep slits which reveal any clothing worn underneath.
*Short-Sleeved* This is a simple short-sleeved one-piece garment worn close to the upper part of the body, with casual skirts extending to the floor
*Sideless-Surcoat* An overgown with open sides; basically, very large arm holes, which reveals the gown or garments worn underneath. Some have taken to calling these "gates of hell" in reference to the way they shockingly display the female figure.
*Strapless* An opulent ankle-length dress with a loose ruffle around the strapless bodice that carries down one side in a soft cascade to elegantly brush the floor. It is often accessorized with a jeweled belt or waist sash.
*Strapless-Splitfront* This is a light, strapless and sleeveless dress which snugly hugs the upper torso before streamlining to the top of the hips. A decorative lace lining covers the seams that connect the waistline to the body of the skirt. Just below the hips, the dress creatively splits into an upside-down V shape, to reveal the garments beneath.
*Surcoat* A long and flowing gown-like sleeveless coat extending to about mid-calf and featuring slits in the bottom front and back. While traditionally worn to protect mail from the sun, and armor from the muck of the battlefield, they eventually became a fashion amongst women who wanted to display the finery of their undergarments while maintaining modesty.
*Wrap-Around Dress* A primitive female garment in which a large swath of cloth is wrapped about one side of the body and then the other to create a V-necked, dress-like garment. It bears no sleeves and has the most basic of skirts which drags across the ground as the wearer walks.
*Gown* This article of clothing is made up of a bodice and skirt sewn together at the waist. It fastens down the front with ribbon ties.
*Back Laced Gown* It is a woman's garment with a square neckline, fitted closely to the upper part of the body via a series of back laces. It features a long, basic skirt which extends to the floor, and fitted sleeves reaching to mid-hand when the arm is held loosely by the side.
*Back Laced Pendant Gown* It is a woman's garment with a dipped neckline, fitted comfortably to the upper part of the body via a series of back laces. It features a long, basic skirt which extends to the floor, and long, pendant sleeves which reach to the floor when the arm is held loosely by the side.
*Bliaut* It is a woman's garment with a v-neck collar, fitted closely to the upper part of the body by bodice side ties. Voluminous skirts extend to the floor. It is accented with light embroidery on the cuffs of the sleeves and hem of the skirt. The long, flowing, open sleeves reach to mid-calf when the arm is held loosely by the side.
*Burgundian* It is a full-skirted gown with long, tapered sleeves extending to the wrist and ending in fur trim. The neckline makes a plunging V to the waist, inset with beautifully beaded material to maintain modesty. The tapered waist of the gown is accented with a decorative braided cord.
*Corset gown* The upper portion is comprised of two separate pieces and a mid panel laced together with a thinly twisted cord. The corset is smoothly fitted to the wearer's shape and features thin decorative straps that hang off the shoulder and drape just above the elbow. The upper rim conforms to the curves of the bust to reveal a marginal amount of cleavage. The lower portion of the gown features a split-front skirt which tapers widely toward the floor before hanging in elegant folds.
*Colette* A woman's sleeveless, square-necked overgown. The body of the gown is fitted closely, as it is secured with lacing down the center of the front panel from the low square neckline to the hip. The laced area exposes the garments underneath. The gown consists mainly of two pieces of material made for the front and back and sewn at the sides. Rather than a bodice and skirt, the garment consists of a skirt gathered at the waist.
*Evening Gown* An elegant evening gown, form-fitting and accented with dagged net sleeves.
*Fancy Ruff Gown* This elaborate gown bears long sleeves edged with lace at the wrists. A matching ruff extends along the sides, shoulders, and back of the gown's square neckline. A fitted bodice creates a v-shaped waist, which is accentuated by the exaggerated fullness of the elegant floor-length skirts.
*Front Laced Gown* It is a woman's garment with a square neckline, fitted closely to the upper part of the body via a series of front laces. It features a long, basic skirt which extends to the floor, and cut-out, elbow-length sleeves which circle partially around the mid-arm before hanging loosely at the sides.
*Full, Floor Length Gown* This full, elegant, floor-length gown features a laced ruff at the neck and flaring bell sleeves which cascade over the wrist to mid-hand. It comes complete with a decorative lace overlay bodice that tapers downward into a cinched waist and stylish streamlined skirt.
*Hanging Sleeved Gown* This is an ankle-length gown uniquely-cut to produce fine draping on the body. The wrist-length sleeves are stitched to the back of the armholes only, enabling the wearer to pull them onto the arm or allow them to hang free from the shoulders.
*Kirtle* It is a floor-length gown with full, flowing skirts and a scooped neckline. It is fitted at the waist and bodice by means of lacing at the back. The sleeves are long and extend halfway down the hand. They are buttoned from mid-arm to cuff.
*Long Sleeved Gown* The collar falls down into a slight dip, falling low enough to reveal the collarbone, but not enough to reveal any true cleavage. Long bell sleeves fall to either side, cut from a separate fabric and attached from the top of the shoulders, falling down to the top of the hips. A decorative lace lining covers the seams that connects the sleeves to the body of the dress. The hem of the gown falls just below the ankles and sweeps gracefully along the floor.
*Partlet Gown* Vertical lacing extend on either side of the square-necked bodice area, enabling for a more comfortable and snug fit. Underneath the bodice lies a high-necked, frilled partlet which modestly covers the chest. A single column of buttons extends along the partlet from the base of the neck to the bust. The gown bears full sleeves which end at the elbow, giving way to fitted undersleeves which extend to the wrist. The flowing skirts of the gown are tapered dramatically from the waist to the floor.
*Petal Gown* A sleeveless gown bearing eight large, overlapping, triangular petals which fall from the low waistline to the feet. The bodice is princess cut to accommodate the curviest of figures, while the deep v-shaped back can be left open or trimmed with decorative lacing for a more interesting look.
*Overgown* A flowing overgown with a square-neck collar that falls down just below the collarbone. Large, wide bell sleeves fall to either side, cut from a separate fabric and attached from the top of the shoulders, falling down to the top of the hips. A decorative lace lining covers the seams that connects the sleeves to the body of the dress. The hem of the gown falls just below the ankles and sweeps gracefully along the floor. The front of the gown's large skirt is split to reveal the garments underneath.
*Round Kirtle* This is a sleeveless, shapeless gown that falls into a full flare toward the ground. Three wide bands of ribbon decorate the bottom of the garment, concealing the wearer's feet in entirety.
*Short-Sleeved Gown* The collar falls down into a slight dip, falling low enough to reveal the collarbone, but not enough to reveal any true cleavage. Short ruffled sleeves fall to either side, cut from a separate fabric and attached from the top of the shoulders, falling just to the chest-line. A decorative lace lining covers the seams that connects the sleeves to the body of the dress. The hem of the gown falls just below the ankles and sweeps gracefully along the floor.
*Sideless Gown* A simple sleeveless woman's gown tailored open from the sides to the hips.
*Sleeveless Gown* The collar falls down into a slight dip, falling low enough to reveal the collarbone, but not enough to reveal any true cleavage. The hem of the gown falls just below the ankles and sweeps gracefully along the floor.
*Sleeveless Undergown* Shaped much like a strapless evening gown, this sleeveless undergown features a short, fitted bodice which controls the bustline and fillins in the front of the overgown without gapping. The bodice laces up the back for a snug fit, and has an attached A-line skirt which can be seen when the hem of the overgown is lifted.
*Splint Front Gown* The collar falls down into a slight dip, falling low enough to reveal the collarbone, but not enough to reveal any true cleavage. Long bell sleeves fall to either side, cut from a separate fabric and attached from the top of the shoulders, falling down to the top of the hips. A decorative lace lining covers the seams that connects the sleeves to the body of the dress. Just below the waist, the gown luxuriously splits into an upside-down V shape, to reveal the garments beneath.
*V-neck Overgown* A simple, elegant gown with a wide "V" neckline. The bodice fits smoothly over the bust and belts under the bustline. A slim "Y" shape is achieved by confining the skirt fullness in the center front and back so the gown sides hang nearly vertical. Fitted sleeves have been carefully shaped to allow a full range of motion without binding, and end in a deep cuff.
*Chemise* It is a loose dresslike undergarment, flowing from the shoulder nearly to the feet, with voluminous sleeves. It is a simple garment worn close to the skin beneath other clothing to protect against bodily oils.
*Camicia* It is an extra long, flowing chemise worn close to the skin beneath other clothing to protect against bodily oils. This particular style is designed with full, puffy sleeves to compliment segmented or slashed accessories and garb.
*Chainse* It is a floor-length, pleated tunic with long sleeves tightly fitted at the wrists. It is designed to be worn under the bliaut.
*Chemisette* A waist-length female undershirt featuring a drawstring neckline and three-quarter length sleeves trimmed with ruffled cuffs.
*Short-Sleeved Chemise* It is a loose, short-sleeved, dresslike undergarment, flowing from the shoulder nearly to the feet. It is simplistic in design and worn close to the skin beneath other clothing to protect against bodily oils.
*Sleeveless Chemise* It is a loose, sleeveless, dresslike undergarment, flowing from the shoulder nearly to the feet. It is simplistic in design and worn close to the skin beneath other clothing to protect against bodily oils.
*Smock* This is an undergarment with long tubular sleeves, underarm gussets, and a large gored skirt designed to make an overgown hang correctly. It is shaped to fit beneath any gown with a fitted bodice and full skirt.
*Bloomers* An undergarment which is full cut and extending to just below the knee with a simple ruffle. Embodying comfort and femininity, they are made to wear under most any article of clothing.
*Bum Roll* Worn underneath the clothing, this undergarment lifts open skirts to allow for air flow. It is designed to accentuate the hips of the wearer, thereby making the waist seem smaller.
*Stomacher* This is a decorated triangular panel that fills in the front opening of a woman's gown or bodice. The stomacher may be boned, as part of a corset, or may cover the triangular front of a corset. If simply decorative, the stomacher lies over the triangular front panel of the stays, being either stitched or pinned into place, or held in place by the lacings of the gown's bodice.
*Bikini-Bottom* Underpants or swimmers that reach to the hips rather than to the waist.
*Bikini-Bra* It wraps around the chest, and is supportive enough to allow swimming.
*Nightgown* A nightgown. It's a garment usually worn by women and conservatively made, designed mostly for comfort when sleeping.
*Nighty* It's a garment usually worn by women and intended as sleepwear or to entice the opposite sex in private.
*Garters* Tied just below the knee, they are used for holding up stockings.
*Braided Garters* These are neat strips of braided fabric designed to be tied around the legs to hold up stockings.
*Ribbon Garters* These are decorative fabric ribbons designed to be tied around the legs to hold up stockings.
*Tie Garters* These are neat strips of fabric designed to be tied around the legs to hold up stockings.
*Stockings* These fitted stockings extend to the thigh and are meant to be held in place by a pair of garters.
*Back-Seam Stockings* These fitted stockings feature a seam running up the back of the leg. They extend to the thigh and are meant to be held in place by a pair of garters.
*Knee-High Stockings* These fitted stockings extend to just above the knee.
*Thigh-High Stockings* These fitted stockings extend to the thigh and are meant to be held in place by a pair of garters.
*Ankle-high boots*: These boots reach just to to the ankle and tie securely via lacing on the side. They feature padded soles for added comfort.
*Calf-high boots*: These boots reach just to to the calf and are accented by a series of fashionable straps. The interior is complimented with a plush lining and padded sole, ensuring these boots are comfortable, all day pieces of apparel.
*Dancing Slippers* These are flat-bottomed shoes secured to the feet by added ribbons which incorporate pleats under the toes to enable dancers to leap and execute turns.
*Gladiator Sandals* Banded footwear featuring t-straps, thin leather soles, low heels and several thong enclosures running across the instep and ankle.
*Heeled Slippers* These are light, low-cut shoes with a rounded toe that are easily slipped onto the feet. They feature a 2 inch wedge heel, permitting the wearer to have more support and balance than a normal slipper or heel would, while maintaining an air of femininity.
*High Heels* A pair of female shoes which raise the heel of the wearer's foot by two inches. They lend the illusion that a woman is taller, that her legs are longer, and effectively change the wearer's gait and posture, thrusting the backside out and causing the hips to sway more than usual.
*Knee-high boots*: These boots reach just to the knee and close via two front strap enclosures with lacing. The interior features a padded sole for comfort.
*Knee-High Moccasins* This heelless shoe features a soft and flexible sole which is brought up the sides of the foot and over the toes where it is joined by a puckered seam to a U-shaped piece lying on top of the foot. The upper part of the footwear reaches to just below the knees, and is often adorned with embroidery, beading, or other ornaments.
*Latchet Shoes* This footwear bears a round toe and extends to just above the ankle where a thong or strap is used to attach it securely to the wearer.
*Maiden boots* These boots reach just to the thigh and feature back lacing which can be adjusted for a snug or loose fit. The upper length can be folded down into a cuff to achieve the traditional 'pirate look', or left up to lend a dressier appearance. They feature 2 and a half inch heels, large enough to be obviously feminine but allowing no risk for tripping on holes or uneven ground
*Moccasins* This heelless shoe features a soft and flexible sole which is brought up the sides of the foot and over the toes where it is joined by a puckered seam to a U-shaped piece lying on top of the foot. The upper part of the footwear is often adorned with embroidery, beading, or other ornaments.
*Poulaines* These are decorated shoes with long, pointed, and upturned toes that extend anywhere from six to twenty-four inches in length. Often the toes are stuffed with hay or inserted whalebone to support the ends.
*Round-toed Shoes* Simple, slipper-like shoes which slide onto the feet. They feature a low top-cut, and rounded toes.
*Sandals* Designed for warm weather wear, each shoe is made from a single piece of sturdy fabric seamlessly attached to a sole designed for comfort. The toe area is open, with adjustable criss-crossing lacing covering the top of the foot and extending just past the ankles.
*Slippers* Pointed toe shoes that easily slip on and off the foot. They feature a barely noticeable heel, half cuffs in the back, and double lacing on the top sides for a secure fit.
*Stilettos* Opulent, feminine footwear featuring a long, thin high heel measuring six inches in length with a diameter at the ground of less than half an inch. Stilettos give the optical illusion of a longer, slimmer leg, a smaller foot, and a greater overall height. They also alter the wearer's posture and gait, flexing the calf muscles, and making the bust and buttocks more prominent.
*Strapped Sandals* A heelless, open-toed shoe boasting eight decorative straps which reach to just below the knees. The back of the footwear is a solid piece of fabric which offers support to the feet of the wearer.
*Tall boots*: These boots reach just to the thigh and feature a back slit panel that allows them to be cuffed down. They have a 1 inch heel and are padded for comfort.
*Apron* It is held up by a string around the neck, and fastened around the waist with a thin belt tie.
*Arm Gauntlets* Matching wraps of decorative cloth which wind around the upper arm and bicep to lend a cinched contrast to the full, billowy sleeves on fashionable garments, or on sleeves created separately.
*Armwraps* Primitive wrappings that are bound around the upper arms of the wearer for decoration.
*Artificial flower* A handmade flower accessory designed to be added to clothing for decorative purposes.
*Beach Towel* An oversized absorbent square cloth capable of covering even the largest of bodies. It is designed for drying oneself after a bath or a dip in the water, and can be used for laying out on the beach or grass.
*Benda* This is a length of material used for covering, wrapping around, or intertwining with the hair.
*Tapestry* A tapestry, ready to have something embroidered on it.
*Bookmark* It is a thin marker used to keep one's place in a book and so be able to return to it with ease.
*Cathedral Train* This is a popular choice for a formal affair, hanging 5 feet from the waistline. It is most commonly worn with wedding gowns.
*Chapel Train* This is a full, elegant train that falls 3 feet from the waistline. It is commonly worn with semi-formal gowns.
*Choker* This is a collar that fastens around the neck. A eye mask. A stretch of fabric which conforms to the bridge of the nose and wraps about the eye area before tying behind the head. It is generally worn to conceal the upper portion of the face, allowing an individual to more freely socialize outside the bounds of identity.
*Cloth* A clean cloth made from a confiscated scrap of [material].
*Codpiece* A supportive pouch of fabric worn over the groin by men. Inconspicuous laces at the sides hold the garment in place.
*Polishing Cloth* It is a square-cut piece of cloth intended for use in polishing metals and other precious items.
*Cushion* This is a padded [shape] cushion designed for comfort while sitting. It can also be used for decorative purposes.
*Doll* A doll with uncolored eyes and ordinary yarn hair.
*Eye-Mask* A stretch of fabric which conforms to the bridge of the nose and wraps about the eye area before tying behind the head. It is generally worn to conceal the upper portion of the face, allowing an individual to more freely socialize outside the bounds of identity.
*Flounces* These are small ruffles of fabric gathered to encircle the wrist or arm. They are traditionally tied to the cuffs of a gown or shirt.
*Footed Pajamas* This is a pair of basic pajamas complete with foot coverings. Designed for comfort and warmth while sleeping, these pajamas are traditionally worn by infants and children.
*Footwraps* Primitive protective wrappings that are bound around the feet of the wearer to encase the base of the toes all the way up to the calves.
*Fringe* Suitable to be added to clothing. It is a decorative border hanging loosely from a raveled edge.
*Full-Mask* A full mask that bends around the curves of the wearer's face to conceal most identifiable features. Masks are useful for a variety of purposes, some of them illicit or criminal, others just personal, such as romantic encounters.
*Mask* A full mask that bends around the curves of the wearer's face to conceal most identifiable features. Masks are useful for a variety of purposes, some of them illicit or criminal, others just personal, such as romantic encounters.
*Hand Towel* An absorbent, rectangular piece of cloth designed for cleaning up messes.
*Fan* This is an implement of semi-circular cloth or wood designed for waving lightly in the hand to create a cooling current of air about a person.
*Handkerchief* A simple, square piece of cloth used for dabbing one's lips, wiping sweat from the brow, or giving as a token of favor.
*Hanging Sleeves* These wrist-length sleeves are generally stitched to the backs of arm gauntlets, enabling the wearer to show off some shoulder should they choose to go chemiseless. They drape about the arm loosely to allow for easy movement.
*Lace* Suitable to be added to clothing. Lace is typically very expensive, and therefore is a mark of wealth.
*Loincloth* A garment designed for wrapping around the waist to cover the genitals. Usually a simple piece of cloth which is left to dangle downwards, it is a basic, primitive garment.
*Napkin* A square piece of cloth used at a meal to wipe the fingers or lips and to protect garments.
*Over-Robe* This is a open, split-front garment that falls to the floor in sleek, voluminous folds. The back of the over-robe cascades down into a very short, trailing train. Also featured are long, full sleeves with braided trim around the edges and braided trim running vertically down the front, near the opening, and along the hemline.
*Pajamas* It's a garment usually worn by men and conservatively made, designed mostly for comfort when sleeping.
*Parasol* This is an indispensable adjunct to a lady of fashion. It features a canopy device designed to protect from precipitation or sunlight. The shade is artfully decorated.
*Pillow* Designed to use as a comfort for the head.
*Portiere* A portiere, also known as a door curtain, is a hanging placed over a door or over the doorless entrance to a room.
*Ribbon* This thin length of fabric is used for binding things such as the hair, both for decoration and to hold the object in place.
*Robe* The loose-fitting robe is reaching to the ground and completely covers the wearer. This garment is normally a mark of a humble demeanor and great accomplishments. It is usually earned via religious, magical or other secretive means. It comes complete with a long tailed hood and a corded waist. The hood hangs loose against the upper back.
*Segmented Sleeves* These segmented sleeves are made of two connected tubes that are laced together with small colorful ribbons. The upper tube can be attached to the shoulders of sleeveless garments, with the gaps between each section allowing the undergarments of the wearer to puff through at the shoulder, elbow, and wrist.
*Streamers* Designed to be used as a decoration for socials and other events.
*Stomacher* This is a decorated triangular panel that fills in the front opening of a woman's gown or bodice. The stomacher may be boned, as part of a corset, or may cover the triangular front of a corset. If simply decorative, the stomacher lies over the triangular front panel of the stays, being either stitched or pinned into place, or held in place by the lacings of the gown's bodice.
*Swaddling Gown* This is a simple infant's gown that encompasses the body and gathers at the feet via a drawstring. It is designed for comfort, warmth, and protection from the elements.
*Sweeping Train* This is the shortest of the trains just reaching to brush the floor. The back hem is only a few inches lower then the front hem. It is an accessory designed for an elegant informal or semi-formal gown, providing a nice touch without too much added fabric in the way.
*Tablecloth* A large, square covering generally spread out over a table, especially during meals.
*Tail Warmer* A circular tube of cloth designed to encompass the tail and protect it
*Tapered Sleeves* These are cloth sheaths designed to snugly encircle the arms in a slimming and flattering fashion. They taper downward to a point which rests elegantly upon the backsides of the hands.
*Tippets* Delicate, decorative streamers which are tied on to hang from the elbows of sleeves.
*Fluffy Towel* A fluffy and absorbent square cloth capable of covering an average-sized body. It is designed for drying oneself after a bath or a dip in the water.
*Trimming* Suitable to be added to clothing. Trimming is usually made from offcuts from finer garments, or from small amounts of valuable materials.
*Washcloth* A small, square, and fluffy piece of cloth designed for washing the body or cleaning up messes.
*Wraps* Made out of oilskin. Wraps of these types are typically used by sailors, who wrap them around valuable items. The wraps them protect the items should they be immersed in water.
*Wristlet* This is a decorative band of fabric worn about the wrist. Pendants can be added to make it more decorative, or it can be worn alone as a simple accessory.
Adventurer's Corset: A strapped adventurer's corset is an outerwear garment. It has flexible boning that supports good posture and cinches the waist via lacing in the back. This corset has a build mini jacket that covers the shoulders and upper back. Between the mini-jacket and corset is a heart shaped cut out to show off a modest amount of cleavage. The right portion of the chest of the corset is reinforced and appears darker than the rest as if to protect the heart a little better. Running from the left shoulder and draping around the torso to attach to the lower back in a decorative strap with large rings to dangle things from. There is a strap like belt that wraps around the smallest part of the waist, pouches can be attached to small rings on this belt.
Backless Blouse: A female upper body garment in which a singular piece of fabric snugly covers the frontal necessities before draping down to rest against the hips. Two barely-there straps secure it to the arms and give way on the backside to a large, circular cut-out which exposes an ample amount of furred skin or quills, depending on the species. Luxurious folds of leftover fabric pool atop the derriere to finish the piece.
Bateau gown: Of simple and elegant design, this gown features a low, bateau neckline adorned with a short bodice that laces at the back by wave of decorative ribbons and dips into an elegant V, creating a flattering effect at the waist. Slender sleeves have been attached to the bodice in such a way to reveal the slightest hint of the wearer's shoulders. The lower portion of the gown features two skirts, a split-front overskirt that tapers gracefully toward the floor, and the skirt that is thusly revealed beneath.
Bell-Sleeved Shirt: Possessed of a subdued, casual style, this garment features a versatile and variable neckline set with a lace tie at the center that allows it to be pulled tight and worn at the neck, or left loose to wear on or off the shoulders, as the lady desires. It bears full-length, bell sleeves which drape and flow past the wrists in simplistic elegance.
Corsetted Hunting Frock: A unique, knee-length frock featuring a saucy, low-cut, and front lacing skirted coat with contrasting trim at the wide cuffs. Pullback corners have been added at the front base of the skirting with customized buttons adorning the cuffs, turn back seams, and backside of the garment. It comes complete with a matching corset underneath to smooth the silhouette of the wearer and closes atop via a series of laced and cinched metal grommets.
Corsetted Jacket: This sleeveless jacket features a built-in corset stiffened with steel bones which is secured in the front via a series of laces. A short, stiffened collar ties the back of the garment around the shoulders to the top of the corset, creating makeshift 'straps'. The garment fits snug to the torso of the wearer, with the exception of the skirt which parts at the front, mid-thigh, and tapers to mid-calf at the back.
Corsetted Overlay Dress: A knee-length dress bearing a strapless, slimming corset with a sweetheart top that snugly hugs and lifts the breasts to reveal a decent amount of cleavage. Thirteen pairs of grommets adorn the front and are laced as loosely or tightly as the wearer desires to achieve a more slender silhouette. The skirt has been sewn onto the bottom of the corset and trails down into three tiers of modest ruffles that drape about the knee in casual folds. The entire garment has been overlaid with a contrasting patterned lace to increase the vibrancy of color and shine of the fabric below.
Dress Tunic: A long-sleeved, formal tunic of elaborate design boasting a tight-fitting neck with a split down the front for pulling over the head. Gussets are present under the arms and have been inserted around the lower half to create a flaring skirt, with tablet-woven braids further decorating the neck, hem, and wrists to lend a dressier appearance.
Earmuffs: Earmuffs are objects designed to cover a person's ears for protection from cold. They consist of a metal head-band, that fits over the top or back of the head, with a plush-covered pad at each end, that cover the external ears.
Filigreed Slinky Gown: A filigreed gown is a form fitting formal garment. The necklace would be considered modest as it covers everything from cleavage to neck. Instead intricate lace stretches from the neck, over the shoulders and arms, and across the decolletage. The rest of the gown seamlessly flows from the bodice to the skirt in one slinky piece that forms around the body tightly. The skirt has a modest train in the back and gradually volumizes as it reaches the ground.
Hooded, Cross-Lace Dress: This dress fits snug to the upper body of the wearer, flares out over the hips and falls in elegant folds towards the ankles. A deep hood extends from the collar and parts at the front, offering room for a panel of decorative material which fits close to the bosom with a square neckline exposing the collarbones and criss-cross lacing drawing it tight about the waist. Long, tapering sleeves reach just past the hands, lending some warmth for those seeking it with the same decorative material lining the interior.
Woven Bandage Dress: A woven bandage dress that is both unique and whimsical. It is literally made of doubled up bandages that are woven together and sewn in place. The bandages have been criss-crossed at the chest and over the butt to emphasize the shape. The tight skirt forms around the mid-thighs, nearly reaching the knees.
Long, Fingerless Gloves: These are tailored so they fit over most animal's paws. These gloves are fingerless, encasing the base of the fingers to the elbows.
Mermaid Gown: This is a sleek, floor-length gown that hugs the torso, hips and legs before flaring out at the knees and cascading to the floor in voluminous, elegant folds that trail slightly behind the wearer. A sweetheart neckline offers a small glimpse of cleavage with a lack of straps or sleeves to lend coverage to the shoulders and arms.
Pixie Skirt: A square swathe of material has been gathered at the center and secured via a thick band about the hips of the wearer, lending four free-hanging points which drape just past the knees in a loose, whimsical arrangement.
Ribbon-Laced Blouse: A garment for the upper part of the body, with sleeves extending from the collar to the wrists in gentle ruffles. A thin ribbon draws the material in at the waist, with additional ties bunching the sleeves at the forearms and biceps.
Ruched Halter Dress: A flowy, floor-length dress featuring curved seams and layered ruching. The top boasts an off-center twisted halter which lends a wraparound appearance to the upper piece of the garment and secures it to the wearer. An elegant slit graces the left thigh and extends down just past the feet where the fabric pools together to lightly brush the ground.
Thigh-Length Florescent Tutu: A thigh-length florescent tutu. A thigh-length, full skirt. Layered, triangular ruffles puff out from a three inch band of straight fabric around the waistline and furl out and down to the thighs to form a flocculent skirt.
Tulip Dress: A tulip dress. A short, strapless fitted dress. The bodice of this gown has boned cups built in for the bust as the whole top is snugly laced over the breastbone with the sole purpose of keeping the gown upon the wearer. The skirt of the gown is a body hugging pencil skirt, made into the shape of a tulip to conform to the curve of feminine hips, and reaches just to mid-thigh. A sheer overlay has been sewn just below the bust line and cascades in tapered layers to the backs of the calves.
Underbust Jacket: This jacket fits close to the torso, leaving the bosom uncovered, and drapes over the hips with a short overskirt. It closes at the front by a series of laces secured via grommets with a double-breasted row of buttoned tags bordering either side. The upper portion of the garment reaches up around the chest with a short, stiffened collar, then extends into tapering sleeves ending in deep turn-back cuffs at the wrists.