||finishing on women's gown sleeves. Usually ruffles of lace at the cuff of the gown.
||collar of lace which often was large enough to cover the shoulders.
||wide, unbelted robe worn over a toga. Also a type of hood worn by those in french parliament, for ceremonies. Eventually reduced to a symbolic form on academic or magisterial robes.
||low-cut flat slippers.
||plume of feathers standing upright in hair or hat, during the first quarter of the nineteenth century.
||straw used for making hats during the middle ages.
||tunic of the working class in Greece later adopted by the Romans. Very short and sleeveless the tunic was completely open down the right side.