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Claris- A Lady's Progress by temiel on deviantART fashion progression silhouette victorian and earlier

Valentino | S/S 2014 RTW. This resembles the era of the pre-Raphaelite movement in the 19th century. It pulls themes from the medieval period with dark colors and elaborate prints. The conservative neckline resembles the medieval period as well. 1/31/2016.

valentino spring summer 2014 69 20 Standout Looks from Milan & Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2014

medieval stuff by doodleninja on Polyvore featuring women's fashion, cloaks, medieval, outerwear, jackets, capes, men's fashion, costume, dresses and costumes

I also imagine the king wearing a very long cape and/or cloak. One longer than these, maybe dragging on the floor a few feet behind him. Again a signal of immense power to the individual, and that he cannot be trusted.

wonderful mix of armour styling with a light and flowing material printed with fronds for the skirt, forearm sleeves and chest.

Xena Warrior Princess - Callisto A wonderful mix of armour styling with a light and flowing material printed with fronds for the skirt, forearm sleeves and chest.

Change the sleeves and this is the basic dress.  Note the white band around the neck.  Like?

Red on Red idea - Change the sleeves and this is the basic dress. Note the white band around the neck.

The medieval fashion trend with the cloak is returning with ideas such as capes. A lot of everyday contemporary will involve some type of cover-up cape or shaw and is very fashionable. -Jalea Crump 1/19/16

Who Gives A Damn About Scarlett O'Hara's Dresses?

Gone With the Wind - The green velvet dressing gown worn by Vivien Leigh in the role of Scarlett O’Hara has been recently restored by the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas, Austin,.

my favorite neckline -- Angel Coulby as Queen Guinevere in red velvet gown with gold embroidery (BBC Merlin Series 5)

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BBC Merlin Series Angel Coulby as Queen Guinevere in red velvet low necked gown with gold embroidery.

Timeline of medieval fashion. You can see how the fashion changed from the 1520s to 1530s when Anne Boleyn was rising (and subsequently falling) in favor with Henry VIII and the British court.

Fashion History Timeline of fashion; Noble fashion in (primarily) Northern Europe from the to the C.

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