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==Clothing Styles by Time Period==
 
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* [http://www.3owls.org/sca/costume/saxon.htm Clothed Seemly and Proper: The Saxons] by Jehanne de Huguenin [Patterns and description]
 
* [http://www.3owls.org/sca/costume/saxon.htm Clothed Seemly and Proper: The Saxons] by Jehanne de Huguenin [Patterns and description]
  
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* [http://www.3owls.org/sca/costume/garb2.htm Clothed Seemly and Proper, the Second Part: The late 11th and 12th centuries] by Jehanne de Huguenin [Description]
 
* [http://www.3owls.org/sca/costume/garb2.htm Clothed Seemly and Proper, the Second Part: The late 11th and 12th centuries] by Jehanne de Huguenin [Description]
  

Revision as of 10:55, 9 May 2013

Many of the clothing styles from the early Anglo-Saxons would also have been worn by early Saxons, though the styles may have shifted over time.

See also: Anglo-Saxon clothing

Clothing Styles by Time Period

Pre-1000

1001-1200

1201-1300

1301-1400

1401-1500

1501-1600

  • "Cranach" Gown
abt 1530s: A Saxon Lady’s Outfit As Seen in the Works of Lucas Cranach by Kass McGann [Images and Description, Patterns for Purchase]
Cranach Gown Part 1: Research from Truth is Stranger than Fashion blog
Cranach Gown Part 2: Skirt Construction Part 1 from Truth is Stranger than Fashion blog
16th c: Early German-Saxon (Cranach) Gowns from Sophie Stitches