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Getting dressed in the 14th century

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Two women get dressed in the medieval fashion of 14th century England. Costumes based on the illustrations in the Luttrell Psalter. Thanks to support from https://www.loveniplaw.co.uk/ Director/Cinematographer: Nick Loven https://www.instagram.com/crowseyeproductions/ https://www.flickr.com/gp/[email protected]/83a22H Producer/Costumier: Pauline Loven https://www.instagram.com/periodwardrobe/ Women: Kirsty Hannah, Lucy Sherre Cooper Production Assistant: Lilli Stoddart Voice-over: Martha Milne https://www.instagram.com/machinequilter/ Location: The Saxonhouse http://www.saxonhouse.co.uk/ Hair: Anita Cudbertson Carpentry: Peter Halse Pottery: Andrew MacDonald of the Pot Shop, Lincoln https://www.facebook.com/potshop1/ Music: Luttrell Psalter plainchant arranged by Kate Witney and recorded by Bryan Rudd Stella Splendens performed by Azhriaz Dularne and Sara Rollit, recorded by Brian Rudd
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Aditya Gaikar (2 days ago)
Europe* 14th Century EUROPE*
Camelya Goh (2 days ago)
I wish we can bring back the modesty from the 14th, ppl be wearin clothes but still looking buck ass naked lol. These ladies be covered up but lookin cute
Veronica Manley (3 days ago)
I was born in the late 1940s in England and nobody would go out or be seen dead, without their heads covered by a hat or scarf, this carried on and ended in the 60s for whatever reason I don’t know, but I still love to wear a hat or headwrap/scarf.
Ellie Chung (3 days ago)
How many layers they wear in winter then? It seems every layer is very thin and the head piece as well.
jacqueline schael (3 days ago)
The buckled shoes looked pretty contemporary..
Vale Tophy (4 days ago)
I'm so glad I don't remember my past life. It must've been hard living, I mean just getting dressed was so 😩
Kong Thai (4 days ago)
Is that India? 🤪
Mackenzie Sigmon (4 days ago)
This video was so calming... something about the smoke in the sunlight and the soft tones of the room
Neerg Nerrad (5 days ago)
such a pervert. watching a girl get dressed
TaxCollecter (5 days ago)
SHIT, I'm late for school!
Iahel Cathartes Aura (5 days ago)
Wow I wonder how they made buckles back then. I suppose blacksmiths formed them? I just subscribed. Your videos are absolutely fabulous. Exactly what I love to spend my time watching. Many many thanks!
Haruna Aerith (7 days ago)
Today you can just go and walk at the street with only bikinis
Alaura Alcero (8 days ago)
Protective layers?
minorka2 (8 days ago)
Should be retitled 14th century peasant fashion
Libby Smith (8 days ago)
I'm really glad I live in the time I live now. Ya girl likes wearing one layer of skirts and super into this indoor plumbing business
chevon1920 (9 days ago)
What the hell did they wear in summer, there’s no way they walked around like that, they would have gotten a heat stroke.
Turquoise Wolf (9 days ago)
Is it just me or does the lighting look fake?
Ro Bastard (17 hours ago)
Oh my god, I wish I could just tell all the people who think that they'd overheat in those clothes that linen and wool is much more breathable than modern clothing. Essentially today we're wearing plastic bags over our skin. Think about it, when you sleep in your beds, you place the blankets with the most polyurethane plastic on top because that is much more heat reflective than the cotton blankets. Also, for all of you people saying that it must have been dreadfully uncomfortable and hot, think about it for a minute. Do you really think that your ancestors were so stupid that they'd go about wearing clothes that would give them heatstrokes? Really? No. People haven't changed since then. We always preferred comfort to discomfort. One more thing to consider. Ever heard of Muslims? Look at how they dress in Saudi Arabia. You understand it's pretty hot in Saudi Arabia, right? See, when you don't wear polyurethane plastic all the time, your clothing is much more breathable. They're not dropping dead from heat stroke in the desert, your ancestors in Europe wouldn't drop dead either.
Camelya Goh (14 hours ago)
+Pi for breakfastits better to cover yourself in the heat with breathable clothes as sun protection than taking on the sun head on. I live in southeast asia and ppl working hard labour will don some sort of hat or mask.
Pi for breakfast (17 hours ago)
Ro Bastard, last summer, I wore long cotton dresses and a thin white long sleeved cotton blouse as sun protection. I can tell you I was a million times cooler than when I wore shorts and a tank top. I was so much more comfortable. Add a straw hat and I was able to step outside during the hottest days of summer. No disgusting sun block clogging my skin, too, making me hotter. This was 35*C weather in the shade.
Camelya Goh (2 days ago)
Very cool, love your point
mad sone (9 days ago)
What if she was on her period?
Elizabeth Ilko (9 days ago)
Do you know how difficult thick, curly hair would have been to keep like that?
Elaina M (9 days ago)
I seriously wouldn't mind this if I lived in Europe where it never got too hot. I like a lot of loose layers and dresses (though I don't much wear them as other things are more covenient at the moment). Although I tend to prefer to the light loose Roman/Greek style tunics, obviously more fitted to their climate. I could do previous centuries easily, clothes wise. As long as I wasn't a slave, I would be fine. And, if I was a slave, not that I'd love it, but not all slave-owners were terrible. Maybe I could find a way to buy my freedom. But I'd just as soon prefer if I was an average, free person, even if I was a servant. Freedom kinda matters.
Yoongi Yasss (10 days ago)
I don't know why but this makes me so calm
Kovu Kingsrod (10 days ago)
I love these videos so much
dvstorms - (11 days ago)
Actually i think they had better shoes than we have now🤔
Rotom Black (11 days ago)
that second woman was so racy lol
Mar C (11 days ago)
So many fucking layers. Nope. Thank god we were born in these times
Skye ID (11 days ago)
Proof positive that the muslims are still stuck in the 14th century and it's past time for them to get out of it!
Super Enthused (11 days ago)
Watching this warms the cockles of my heart.
Rita Ghanem (12 days ago)
the background music tho😂😂
s43 w4v3s (12 days ago)
Back then they wear hijab and now they are about to eat us for hijab. I wish I could roast you and feed you to wild animals
ciyarah eliana (12 days ago)
it just makes you realize how modest they tried to be and now look what we wear😂
Jeannette Esther (13 days ago)
love this!
Mon Mi (13 days ago)
omg the smoke drove me crazy
BabyBlueSteel13 (13 days ago)
seriously all I'm getting is creepy ass simple futuristic utilitarian vibes.......and then i think of Idiocracy....
Camilla Aston (13 days ago)
Do you have a getting ready for the Regency period?
Astra In Your Area (13 days ago)
It seems like this would be a quick process? Nope. I reenacted the medieval ages and it took me literally half an hour to get completely dressed.
RIVERTHOUGHTS (14 days ago)
why do i love watching these types of videos??? sooooo interesting!!! <3
Miss Annabelle (14 days ago)
Looks much more comfortable then clothes of today.
Olena Smykavchuk (14 days ago)
wait, whats the first under garment useful for?
Hilary Benoit (15 days ago)
Can you do the Crusader era clothing? For women?
Good thing I wasn't born that far back
vickie g (16 days ago)
Can I form a support group for people who want to dress exactly like this every day but don’t want to be made fun of? I would wear underwear tho
Mike Puorro (16 days ago)
I love medieval music and women getting dressed.
Mariam Ngousseme (17 days ago)
Any body else saw the add Nadaam when they showed the lamb the clothing might be made out of lamb fur 😑😒😥😤😤🐑🐑🐑🐑
Ana Maria Oliveira (18 days ago)
The smoke in room😖😖
Megiddo Jones (19 days ago)
Dear God, no bras? I'm so glad to live in this era.
Hannah Paige (20 days ago)
Okay but happened when they got their periods
Emily Lian (20 days ago)
People have been wearing head dressing from the beginning of time yet ppl still want to give Muslims issues about them 🙄
gill426 (13 days ago)
Yeah, so hard to believe that people in the 21st century would have issues with misogynistic shit from the middle ages being brought back into European nations against their will.
ChunkyYetFunky Yep (14 days ago)
I was looking for a comment like this. I agree with you. Same with child brides. They would give 11 year old brides to 40 year old kings
ANDREA PÉREZ CANDIL (21 days ago)
Music Of 14th Girls Vocal - 1400's
April Fools Jesus (22 days ago)
I came here just because I was interested in the actual clothing, but these comments have been plagued with I wIsH tHE womEn of TOdAy dReSSeD MoRe modESTly! NOw evEryOnE iS a WHOre! People sure forget that we're a pretty fucking long way away from these times, considering it is the 21ST CENTURY.
vickie campbell (22 days ago)
History has been my passion for so long and to see it portrayed in such a beautiful way is thoroughly gratifying.
Amy Park (23 days ago)
how did women survive the summer???
You r slime (23 days ago)
where does she get these clothes
Margo Lib (23 days ago)
"The silent language of dress..." love that.
max1cod7 (23 days ago)
It’s good to see you Henry!
The Splendid Noir (24 days ago)
Dang I wish I could live where things weren’t so freaking complicated (except for the amount of bullet-blocking clothing she’s wearing 😂).
Amy Ang (25 days ago)
Oh my love!! This is beautiful! I just discovered your channel and i love it! I wouldn’t mind if you do some on ancient Chinese clothings, they’re pretty cool too.
troxycat (25 days ago)
This is insanely fascinating, but DAMN I'm glad to be alive now!!!
Loll Loll (25 days ago)
they were really conservative and they were applying the rules of Christianity also . like the most of.the muslim women now.
Russ RV Freedom 37 (25 days ago)
the background music sucked but interesting vidoe
Britt Pomales (25 days ago)
women have little to no pockets in there clothes and we have to carry a load with us while men carry nothing yet they have pockets bigger than their hands
ReezeGoingSenseless (25 days ago)
Videos like these make me thankful for a Hoodie and Jeans.Well produced tho.
Eos+ (26 days ago)
So basically through out the centuries, women starts to hoe it down I see....
Amber Pulse (27 days ago)
can you do a face reaveal.
Danielle (27 days ago)
Now we wear booty shorts and crop tops lol
Cassie C (28 days ago)
... I’m now tempted to start carrying my fiber pouch, drop spindle, and distaff on a belt. That’s actually one benefit to the days I need to use my wheelchair - no need to drop my knitting when I need to move! Just plop it on my lap and go.
Arynphallia (28 days ago)
Does anyone know what women did for breast support? I'd like to be historically acurate but I haven't been able to find anything
I was watching the dollan twins and this came up....yeah I still don't understand how I managed to do that lmao
Khelsei Schmidt (29 days ago)
Those colors are awful, sorry
Druid Riley (29 days ago)
It's OK to not have to wear underwear under so many layers, needing to squat to do your business when out in the fields or whereever, but...what did you wipe with? And why wear a belt if you're going to cover it up with 3 more layers?
Druid Riley (29 days ago)
Love how this video starts off. It was 40 degrees F outside, you'd want to build up the fire first to get warm enough to want to change into your daily wear.
Rebecca Clark (1 month ago)
I'm surprised they don't have more layers especially considering later eras (who were much more effective at heating their houses) had way more petticoats and such.
Kevin Johnson (1 month ago)
Nice to know that other adults besides me needs help getting dressed.
Heidi Pan (1 month ago)
this video made me realize how useful aprons can be!
Layla Mavis (1 month ago)
All her clothes are gonna smell like smoke
Druid Riley (29 days ago)
Layla - Everyone did back then. Ever been camping? If you have a bonfire, everyone and everything ends up smelling like woodsmoke.
Diane Baldesco (1 month ago)
New subscriber here! I can't express enough how much I love your videos. Thank you! I love the getting dressed videos the most. Very interesting!
Those outfit and background music is making me think how beautiful life was back then !
Druid Riley (29 days ago)
Rocky - it was not beautiful. It was harsh, dirty and short.
wait why did she put green wood into a fire
Druid Riley (29 days ago)
Those colonies - It kills two birds with one stone. One, it showed her stirring up the coals as any 14th century woman would in the early morning and two, it gave special effects to the later filming.
That's not what I'm saying, what I'm saying is, why show her putting in the green wood if its only purpose is for low cost special effects and not because it's what someone would actually put in their fire in the 14th century
Druid Riley (29 days ago)
Those colonies - nah, it's basically low cost special effects.
Wouldn't you think they'd not put it in the video, then, if it was only for the atmospheric effect?
Druid Riley (29 days ago)
those colonies - I'm sure it was for the video's sake, not as sign of something a real 14th century woman would do.
Taliban King (1 month ago)
ALLAHU AKBAR
YazzTheMemer (1 month ago)
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Fedra Haldane (1 month ago)
The research done and the clear way things are explained (although I'd love a more detailed explanation at times) has won me over. I just had to subscribe. Congrats on an extraordinary channel!
Mildred Fippen (1 month ago)
Ha,ha,ha,ha. I would never have survived!
Eiman Danial (1 month ago)
Headress then: "Initially worn by matrons in the Eastern Mediterranean as a symbol of status", "married women were rarely seen outside their house without a head covering". "A sign of modesty". Now: Laws banning of veils, head covering seen as backwards, oppressive and close minded. Medieval times, Muslims and Christians were similar. Even rulers of different empires and kingdoms had some form of respect for the other.
iHelloway (1 month ago)
modern women - loose hair , shirt & jeans ... so simplified comparing to middle ages
stezton (1 month ago)
And by the time they finished, it was bedtime.
11 O'clock Coffee (1 month ago)
Ahhh the Beautiful Christianity, monastic music! Our culture, our history!
karissa b (1 month ago)
No matter what, a woman is gonna get her dress wet if she doesn't pull it up, which I think takes longer to pull up a dress than to pull down a pair of panties 😂😂😂
Ed Moritz (1 month ago)
I like how literally any outfit whatsoever ever in history was practical to CrowsEyeProductions
wicious (1 month ago)
This video is wonderful
Miliba (1 month ago)
the developers of kingdom come deliverance did a fine job
Tajkatt tyler (1 month ago)
i keep seeing comments on the many layers of clothing seeming redundant.. It was a very Logical and Necessary thing to do --- and actually if you have ever worn linen you will find it quite cool to wear (& if it gets wet its COLD) - in a world of No central heating & not even heated stoves - just open fires meant it got Seriously bone chilling COLD even indoors. Linen, unlike now was Much less expensive so layers were then as now, a way to stay warm. the more layers or adding layers of wool was designed for warmth and welcomed. The covering of hair had great practical reasons as well. again having to do with warmth more than much else. when it was a major production to heat water to wash long hair you did what ever you could to keep it clean as long as possible head coverings did that - protected from dirt and ash (from open fires) etc & the laborious act of washing the hair was needed less often have seen/done this myself so i know these things work - far more comfortable overall than modern clothing
Tajkatt tyler (1 month ago)
the wimple is very much like the hijab - its even wrapped the same
Dizmal Sue (1 month ago)
I wish they made these dresses nowadays....with zippers though
The music actually scared me!
the best (1 month ago)
معقول الغرب كانوا يتحجبون في الماضي 😮
Thrive After Abuse (1 month ago)
I’m getting heat stroke from just watching her get dressed.
aricelis arroyo (1 month ago)
Wow!😀
Hussein farah (1 month ago)
And if a muslim dress like this,the world goes crazy........
Sunset (1 month ago)
Such amazing content you make! 😄could you do a video about What woman did when they had their period? How did they manage not to make blodmarks on their dress?
Monica W. (1 month ago)
The "honeycomb" stitching on the apron is called smocking.

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