Inspiration for the Bliaut; Atelier Verdande --- Okay, except for this. France actually wore something vaguely similar to this during the arc about England's dangerously long hair.
At the court of Burgundy, the failing of chivalry his recent triumphs in rich and sumptuous robes celebrated of velvet, silk and brocade. In the late Gothic style of the nobility developed a taste for black, while the citizens started to like colorful and eccentric clothing.
Atelier Verdande...again, the 2th - 14th century styles... true Medieval
Eleanor of Aquitaine, queen of France and England, was best known as the mother of Richard the Lionheart. The wife of the first Plantagenet they be seen as the ancestress of the European nobility. Your charisma and independent life corresponds entirely pay homage to the image of the medieval high Lady, the poet and singer. At the end of the 12th century the flared sleeves went out of fashion and the clothes were simple again. The narrow shape of far falling down garment corresponds to…
Blue Linen Bliaut by ~Arasiyris on deviantART - yarn tassel attached to woven-look ribbon for belt.
Atelier Verdande Ida of Formbach-Ratelnberg was the wife of Margrave Leopold and mother of Leopold IV and Henry Jasomirgot. Like many other women of that time she accompanied her husband to the First Crusade, of which they did not return. According to legend, she was kidnapped during the crusade in Palestine in 1101 and brought to the harem of Aleppo. There the governor fathered with her son Imad ad-Din Zangi, the later Seljuquen ruler of Mosul and Aleppo, who made the Christian…