Doublet and hose
The doublet is
made after various pictorial evidence from 1450-1460, Italy. The
outer fabric is a thick wool, while the doublet is lined with a
strong light gray linen. The classical Italian style from this
period is characterized by the puff sleeves and a standing collar,
which goes into a V in the back. The costume also consists of mi-parti
woolen hose with an inverse codpiece.