||decorative edging which originated in Germany. The material was cut or serrated in a number of different patterns.
||a long, wide robe with flaring sleeves, that was often made from white Dalmatian wool. It is still sometimes worn by Church dignitaries.
||women's riding attire which is split at the back, common to the seventeenth century.
||a type of North African hooded cloak with long wide sleeves.
||childish look popular in 1960, consisted of little girl dresses and jackets, mary jane shoes and little make-up.
||a quilted garment. Padded with a material and then stitched in place it has been a versatile garment over the centuries.
||exaggeratedly wide shoes which were popular in the late fifteenth century.