Cotte and simple Dress

The Cotte was a medieval outer garment, a long sleeved shift, or tunic, usually girded, and worn by men and women. In medieval texts, it was used to translate tunica or chiton. Synonyms would include tunic or gown. It was worn over a shirt (chemise), and a sleeveless surcote could be worn over it. By the sixteenth century it had become a woman's undergarment, later (seventeenth century) it split into an upper 'corps' and a lower 'cotte', or skirt, amongst the poorer classes.

Lady of the Manor Costume

Lady of the Manor Costume

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Velvet Dress Wine Red

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Medieval costume with cross

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Cotte and simple Dress

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