Rogier van der Weyden, 1438-40 (Vos, p. 211) Detail from the Triptych of the Crucifixion 'Abegg triptych' Fur lined purple kirtle over brocade undergown. Note the side and sleeve lacing and "biblical" headdress.
detail from the birth of mary, Master of the Life of the Virgin, c. 1470, Germany (Alte Pinakothek, München) - under skirt
15 th century blue overkirtle pleated with chequered fabric ( Rogier van der Weyden 1400-1464, Seven Sacraments Altarpiece)
Rogier van der Veyden (1400-1464): Seven Sacraments (Altarpeice)
a woman wearing blue overkirtle over a green kirtle and a white shift . (source: Rogier van der Weyden. St. John Altarpiece. The Birth of St. John the Baptist.)
dress with pinned outer sleeves, can be used for lower classes if made of brown or gray wool or at least of not brightly coloured fabrics (Rogier Van der Weyden, Seven Sacraments 1445-1450)
dress with pinned outer sleeves (In: The Starck Triptych, 1480)
Detail of Shepard's dance, MS Lat.873.f21. French, late 15th century, Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris. Source: A Medieval Book of Seasons.
commoners' clothing. woman in pleated kirtle; notice the alms pouch hanging on the right hand side (source: Robinet Testard, Trés riches heures, late 15th century)