Burgundy-style dress Tressa
The Burgundian fashion comes from the second half of the fourteenth century from the area that is now in west France. The core of this women's dress is the so-called Robes, which is a richly draped dress, whose silhouette on Houppelande recalls. But its cut is different. The burgundy dress is under the breasts divided into closely molded bodice followed by a wide train-skirt. The trumpet-shaped sleeves are very long and reach down to the knees. Our version of the burgundy dress Tressa has lined the edge of the sleeves and skirt with fake fur. The overall picture of the dress emphasizes the wide cloth belt from golden brocade.
Product No: 9749