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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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Mehitabel (11 hours ago)
Apart from the queries about when you got your period, I can imagine this being the most comfortable fabric/style on earth, ever. IF you were flat-chested. Nothing worse, for large-breasted women, than that horrid sweaty skin-on-skin feel, under the breasts. But I bet they had a remedy for that, in the 14th c.
YarnPest (15 hours ago)
This was incredible, but I wasn't expecting a fire hijab tutorial/style in the middle :p I'm absolutely going to style my hijab like that this week!
Kuki The Good (19 hours ago)
Next up: Getting dressed in the 21st century.
Sabrina Brito (20 hours ago)
It's similar to hijab
سارع احمد (1 day ago)
Why the fudge am i watching this im in 2019
Basra Abdulle (2 days ago)
wow Mansha Allah Alhamdullilaah Christians used dress like us Muslims Why change
IG 14tes Jahrhundert (20 hours ago)
because in christian western culture, the veil was a way of surpressing women and keeping their sexuality under control. and we don't want to do that any more.
Kalló VIKTOR (2 days ago)
Getting dressed in the ancient Greece
Fwooba :p (2 days ago)
Only 1400s kids will remember.
My Chemical Ryan Ross (3 days ago)
The light coming in her window gave me a headache
Bash (6 days ago)
The music sounds like she's inside a church
Riderules73 (6 days ago)
Music is really annoying I wish it could be turned off.
Depopa (6 days ago)
1:41 beautiful until she put on all that other shit
BlxckDragon ダーク (6 days ago)
Back than it took women hrs to get dressed now it takes hrs for women to put on makeup.
edgyadult (8 days ago)
oh so white people can wear a headscarf and no one bats an eye but as soon as muslim women do it it's a problem and they're oppressed. aight then
IG 14tes Jahrhundert (19 hours ago)
Most western women stopped wearing headscarfs about 500 years ago.
Linda Zainalabidin (8 days ago)
Owh my .. they just look like wearing hijab .. and cover they whole body with clothes ... just like Muslim .. But nowadays, seems like ladies has 'not enough' clothes to wear ... 😅
Very informative. Thank you. Can you do a 14th century gentleman or working men?
LynxChan (9 days ago)
I like these videos where they show how regular women, not just the super wealthy, lived and dressed.
Judy Sowell (10 days ago)
At 4:50 so is that when the sideless surcoat starting being called the "gates of hell" outfit by priests due to the shaping emphasis?
IG 14tes Jahrhundert (19 hours ago)
yes, the kyrtle underneath (at least in middle and higher classes) was very tight fitting and showed off all the forms of the female body, so when wearing a sideless surcoat, you would give a focus on those forms.
Kerstin Ludwig (11 days ago)
Your daily smoke poisoning was a thing, yeah?
You always feature women getting dressed. How about the men, how do they dressed up? How complicated is their clothing?
IG 14tes Jahrhundert (19 hours ago)
there is also a male version from this time on the same channel.
BlueBxear Gacha (11 days ago)
Can you do getting dressed in the 19th century if you haven’t already?
Vivienne the Vicious (12 days ago)
Is it weird that I find these videos to be super soothing?
Divine Tragedy (12 days ago)
Would like to get more info on the first woman.
Fanny F. (12 days ago)
Its poetry
Medusawitch Shepard (12 days ago)
so women in medieval dress like muslim nowaday
Now days if you see women with bikini 2 peices it is something ok not even that also modern libated respectful, women rights, connected to the nature
Sacit Canayaz (14 days ago)
And they were smell smoke like hell i guess
Ron Laisle (15 days ago)
I was unaware there was such a thing as a brassiere in the 14th century. Seen through the first garment of the first lady (who is drop dead gorgeous by the way) as she is standing in front of the window.
redhead (12 days ago)
she is probably not supposed to wear that (it is a modern bra probably), but there is actually supportive underdresses appearing in mid 14th century that look somewhat babydoll shaped, supporting the bust. we have original pictures and textual sources which prove that. We have finds of later examples of these sorts of underdresses from late 14th/early 15th century from Tyrol Austria.
Imtherealthing (15 days ago)
I doubt women of that era looked as beautiful and clean as this beauty in the video. Dam she is absolutely stunning.
Bentley White (15 days ago)
She looks like a nun.
Leslie McCormick (16 days ago)
Honey-comb style stitch? It is properly called smocking.
Mel W (16 days ago)
Love this
clod8 (18 days ago)
Aka how nuns still dress
2012endofanerror (18 days ago)
Your videos are beautifully made! The smoke from the fp, the light beams, the music! Your voice describing ‘the silent language of dress’.
Ber P. (18 days ago)
That music annoys and already then fashion in England was hopelessly behind, it seems
Arjiii TV (18 days ago)
2500: ‘getting dressed in the 21st century’
Francis (12 days ago)
2 minutes long video
coscorrodrift (14 days ago)
I'm sure we'll have the fuckin luck of having the only surviving videos being hypebeast type of shit
Soichi Yamaguchi (19 days ago)
This is so asmr
merav wilk (20 days ago)
This fabric looks like its made of bag fabric. did they had it in white? 😂
Thie Curtis (21 days ago)
@2:43 why didn’t she wipe away the straw from her stockings before putting on the shoes? Triggered
Armani Nguon (22 days ago)
Crazy clothes now are made from synthetic material or plastic. Clothes made from silk, cloth, wool, linen is amazing versatile and provided a lot of protection. Now it cost a premium just to get good high quality long investment clothing.
Cool Ice (23 days ago)
Now that cloth is used to stich clothes for 100 women 😂😂😂😂😂
abdul munaf noor (23 days ago)
* laughs in Muslim *
Fazilet Harezmsah (23 days ago)
Anyway poors always wear simple in all ages of history
Jello Flan (24 days ago)
Then they all fucking died of the plague
Pan (24 days ago)
Two years later: almost there, just one more belt, dress, socks and I’m ready!
Pakistan zindabad (24 days ago)
I wanna marry to you
ого, в 14 веке уже современные пряжки были??
Были. Немного отличались, однако принцип был тот же.
rizwan shahzad (26 days ago)
Beautiful!
Michaela Duhay (26 days ago)
Well that’s a lot of layers...today’s generation barely even wear anything
Sylvanian Families Fun (26 days ago)
I love the olden day it has so much detail and now things are just sooooo plane
mei lasnier (26 days ago)
So basically they wore hijabs
dipro001 (28 days ago)
700 years later: OMG, I have 98 Yoga pants and none of them are comfortable.
*HOLY SHIT THEY HAD CROCS BACK THEN*
Все какое-то бледное,бедное,затертое,господство инквизиции.Мне милее колоритная вышивка,декорации самоцветами и мехом животных.
Яркие красители стоили недешево, самоцветы тоже. У кого средства были, те их носили.
Vivian Haled (1 month ago)
Someone make a modern parody
Eddie De Leon (1 month ago)
time changes everything ... 14th century ... population of the world definetly less than 7 billion and the lesser the people the lesser the heat , more space for other living things to grow ... thanks
Jessina Gurung (1 month ago)
1300s: *sips tea* Me:..NOPE- *getting dressed in the 14 century*
Amjad Iqbal (1 month ago)
Assistance required in undressing! Means no quicky *!?
Zheng Zeng (1 month ago)
same thing in the summer?
Bobif Bofjxg (1 month ago)
So even back then you are judged on what what kind of clothes you're wearing and how expensive they are instead of Who You Are. Good to know.
Muhammad Rizwan Khalid (1 month ago)
Covering head was right then for Europeans but now it's taken as bad and been conservative or backward. Why Europe and west want the whole world like them. Very stereotype thinking ya.
dulez ninjaman (1 month ago)
“The headscarf was a from of modesty” And now some countries are banning the hijab Muslim women wear even tho nuns also cover themselves bcoz of their religion. The hypocrisy’s is so intense you can cut it with a knife.
redhead (23 days ago)
I have not heard of countries banning hijabs for private use yet. Only for women in public functions in secular countries. What is banned in some cases even for private use is the burka. And I don't see no western woman in history having to cover every last bit of herself.
Binkle Babe (1 month ago)
The narrator has THE best female voice on the internet! Get thee to Audible! She probably already records books. She has zero annoying verbal habits, and beautiful modulation and tone. I could listen to her all day.
Sohaib (1 month ago)
*next getting undressed in the 14th century*
Zita Annza (1 month ago)
Are they muslim?
Cheng 87 (1 month ago)
Why nowadays Western woman dressing likely to be naked.. Lack of fabric??
Kiryu Sannagi (1 month ago)
Muslim clothing be like ....
Mr Diskoteka (1 month ago)
Danggg i miss the good old days
Google Youtube (1 month ago)
Old is gold. They are amazing women. Wearing hijab make them beautiful. And its God's commandment. Even if they are Christian or Catholic.
khurram munir (1 month ago)
Men still wants women to wear this way no matter what century....
puspandini lucky (1 month ago)
THEY WORE HIJAB !!!! ☺
Jus Lemon (1 month ago)
betul
anas qureshi (1 month ago)
Lol , their dressing was more modest than today . And why the fuck are boys worried about girls periods???
Sukhwinder Singh (1 month ago)
Make a video on how people do sex in ancient time
Rashid Aslam (1 month ago)
She is accept the Jeues all life nothing more thinking only Jeues my all wishes with you all
Erwin Buntod (1 month ago)
Well getting dressed like that is 10x faster than women who wore make up today
gading Indo (1 month ago)
It looks like clothes like this are civilzed. then now modern people but theair clothes are uncivlized.
Ginger Teddy (1 month ago)
Beautiful dress
Aalia Asim (1 month ago)
So Christianity was basically Islam but the bible changed like 700 times.
Antonina MacNeish (1 month ago)
Married women would cover their neck, looking very much like Muslim women
Antonina MacNeish (1 month ago)
This is commoners garb, the wealthy woman would have dressed much more lavishly
Antonina MacNeish (1 month ago)
I remember the nuns at my school singing like that during morning Mass
Kristijan Ahčin (1 month ago)
and the headscarf/veil for non muslim women in europe went ot of fashion in the 1980ies. Both my grandma's wore headscarves until their mothers died. After mourning they both refused to wear them again. My mother, born 1960 never wore a head scarf...so it's a remarkably new trend that has been going on for less than a generation. If you watch "guess who's comming to dinner" you will see hepburn rocking a headscarf like it was the coolest thing since the wheel =)
Kristijan Ahčin (1 month ago)
So, women taking a week off to get dressed every day is not new? I sometimes wonder how they ever get anything done with so much dressing to do.
The man is no one. (1 month ago)
Damn i like her in that dress.
Ruhi Tiwari (1 month ago)
I love this dress.Awesome
Sophia Hanel (1 month ago)
She’s pretty
Olivia Olivia (1 month ago)
In today’s context dress like that with hijab on would be considered as oppressing woman.
redhead (23 days ago)
well, it was a tool to oppress women back then, so...
Orzsome Monday (1 month ago)
Perfume smoke
Douglas Rodrigues (1 month ago)
Why all the smoke?
CIA (1 month ago)
Douglas Rodrigues I don't know. Maybe it's cold outside.
Douglas Rodrigues (1 month ago)
@CIA, what's a campfire doing in her room? Can you imagine how she'd smell of smoke?
CIA (1 month ago)
Douglas Rodrigues Didn't you saw the campfire at the beginning of the video?
landongsi (1 month ago)
Oh they wear head scarfs too
I believe the correct words were ”kirtle” instead of curdle, and ”plaited” instead of plotted. The belt was called a girdle (not to be confused with girdle use today).
عمر الرفاعي (1 month ago)
اللباس المحتشم الذي يغطي كل الجسد واجب على كل إمرأة
Sho Sho (1 month ago)
هذا الزي يعجبني جدا جدا هذا الزي لأي دوله
Appearance 1 (1 month ago)
Up to this date women still getting dressed like in the 14 century tho!
Levar Mitchell (1 month ago)
I'm guessing this clothing was far more comfortable for women than the Victorian era which would be kind of ironic I guess.
Irwin Ardianto (1 month ago)
Women nowadays wearing less cloth...and they say "I am modern women" 🤣🤣🤣🤣 maybe in the far future women and men wearing nothing just shoes and hat 😂😂😂😂
성넌이름영호 (1 month ago)
예쁘아가씨~ 옷 다벗고 보지구멍에 한번 넣고싶다🖕🖕🖕🖕🖕🖕🖕
660hpCamaro (1 month ago)
Thats a short life due to lung cancer
Stallion 9 (1 month ago)
Might took an hour to undress for a quickie
Stallion 9 (1 month ago)
@IG 14tes Jahrhundert 👍
IG 14tes Jahrhundert (1 month ago)
skirts up and here we go :-D
SHEEBA B L (1 month ago)
Very very easy dress compared to the 18th centuries

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