Another cotehardie with interesting embellishment. It also seems to be lined with ermine. Probably 14th century, appears in The Belles Heures, which first appears in an inventory note of the Duke de Berry's possessions in 1408-1409.
1370 German lady
Maud de Grey, 1394, Stanton Harcourt http://www.themcs.org/costume/Female/Stanton%20Harcourt%20-%20St%20Michael%20Maud%20de%20Grey%201394%20116.JPG
Detail of womans tool belt from medieval pastoral tapestry, includes scissors and rosary. Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry - Women - women's belts - http://amzn.to/2kG8U55
Sideless Surcote... really like the white lining and trim work on this.
Surcoat Detail: Blanche de la Tour; English (1340)
Statue of woman with laced gown and interesting belt mount plates
Selection of female weepers from effigy of Thomas Beauchamp and Katherine Mortimer, St. Mary's, Warwick, England, c. 1369.
Margaret de Stafford (1396) St. Mary's Church, Saintdrop, Durham, England UK
Six treatises on common Christian matters, Tomáš Štítný, 1376, Prague, National and University Library, sign. XII A.6. f.37