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Pelicon

  • Medieval Era
  • Less than 1 min

By Crusader1307

A female clothing style from the 14th Century AD – The Pelicon was originally designed in France, but it's popularity would, by virtue of Commerce – spread as far as the Byzantine Empire. The Pelicon was used by Noble women (mostly older ones), and was basically a combination of a Chemise and Cotte. The primary difference was that, unlike those garments, The Pelicon was fur lined (using a variety of treated animal skins). Used during Winter, The Pelicon extended to the ground and covered all limbs. By by the mid-16th Century AD, The Pelicon had fallen into disuse.