A garment varying in form and use at different times, and worn both by men and women.
16-17th century petticoat or underskirt.
outer petticoat or gown.
a tunic or short coat reaching to the knees.
( Kur’-tl) A tight sleeved, full skirted floor length dress, fastened up the front and worn by most of the peasent women of Uppsala.
a garment resembling a tunic that was worn by men in the Middle Ages
a long dress worn by women
A simple dress used mostly in 14th and 15th century as an informal garment or undergown.
A woman's dress.
A kirtle is a tunic-like garment worn by men and women in the Middle Ages or, later, a one-piece garment worn by women from the later Middle Ages into the Baroque period. The kirtle was typically worn over a chemise or smock and under the formal outer garment or gown.