Medieval2 avaIf you have a school or college assignment about medieval fashion and clothing traditions of the Middle Ages, this post can help you greatly. We’ve gathered here links to all the articles regarding medieval clothes on Nationalclothing.org website. Also, we’ve specified whether you have permission to use the photos from these posts or not. Hopefully, this article will be useful for you and will help you get the material for your school projects, courseworks, summaries, and other educational assignments.


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10 traditional garments of Medieval Europe


Top-6 myths about medieval clothing traditions


Most interesting fashion trends of the 15th century – black clothing, pleats, hanging sleeves, and male stockings

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What significant clothing trends were there in the 15th century? Decorative sleeves, first codpieces, and shockingly short male tunics

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Medieval attire of the Bocksten Man, 14th-century Swedish mummy from a bog

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Sewing thread in the medieval period. What threads did they use and why?


Lovely small medieval fair near Kyiv, Ukraine. Photo report

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Top-10 cute and weird medieval headdresses

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How Medieval and Renaissance clothing was made. Bonus – tailor’s tools

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Burdens of life of European Medieval and Renaissance tailors

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Medieval fashion trends were dictated by status and wealth

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Medieval warrior armor in Kyivan Rus, the 10th – early 11th century

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Medieval knight’s armor. Top-4 types of warrior protective coverings

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Medieval finger rings and earrings from the British Museum. Gold jewelry with gems

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How did working women dress in the late 1300s – early 1400s?

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How wealthy women dressed in Kyivan Rus’ in the late 10th century

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Royal clothing in Kyivan Rus in the 10th-11th century. Modern reconstructions of costumes

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People washed their clothing in urine in the Middle Ages. Up to 7-8 hours of urine fulling

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Fashion of the Dark Age Europe. The Carolingian Renaissance

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What clothing was used in Dark Age Europe

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Traditional jewelry of Dark Age Europe: Anglo-Saxon style jewels

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Traditional clothing of ancient Europe and Asia, the 9th-10th century

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Articles about separate medieval garments

Medieval surcoat. Was it military-only outerwear?

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Medieval chaperon or hood. Interesting facts, modifications, and designs

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Medieval hood and late 15th-century chaperon. What do they have in common?

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Medieval houppelande – opulent and regal outerwear

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Medieval helmets with aventail used by Slavs and Vikings. How did they look like?

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Medieval temple rings. The most charming women’s jewelry of all times

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Most interesting warrior helmets from different corners of the world

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Articles about the Viking clothing traditions

Vikings and their beaded necklaces – the most beloved Scandinavian jewelry

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Scandinavian tortoise fibulae or turtle brooches – outstanding Viking-age jewelry pieces

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Viking folk clothes in details. Archaeological excavations help find out more about Viking costumes

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Folk costume of Vikings. How did it look like?

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Medieval movie costumes used in films and series

Movie costumes of The Green Knight. Medieval-inspired costumes with contemporary twist

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A Knight's Tale movie costumes – not accurately medieval but interesting anyway

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The Witcher movie costumes. Outfits of main characters in Cintra kingdom

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Toss a coin to your witcher! Stage costumes in The Witcher – what problems awaited the wardrobe team?

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Costumes of Jon Snow from Game of Thrones. Are they historically accurate?

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Stage costumes of Olenna Tyrell from Game of Thrones. She’s got charming pillbox hats with wimples

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