Male clothing Fulke, early 16th century
The clothing consists of three parts: a shirt, a jacket and a trouser. White cotton shirt has a broad collar set on shoulders, which is lined with lace. A jacket is standard part of this type of male clothing. The jacket is visually lengthened with four tails. Loose trousers reach down to the mid of calves. Its legs are gathered below. Both the pants and the jacket are decorated with an impressive metal-fibre-band.
Product No: 2666