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Re: [Italian Renaissance Costuming] New Dresses

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  • Teena Paradise
    Oh yeah... and I think the braid cover is called having your hair alla castellena (from spain) though I might have butchered the spelling! Juliane ... From:
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      Oh yeah... and I think the braid cover is called having your hair "alla castellena" (from spain) though I might have butchered the spelling!

      Juliane
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      From: Lori Leppink
      To: Italian_Rennaissance_Costuming@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Tuesday, December 02, 2003 1:38 PM
      Subject: [Italian Renaissance Costuming] New Dresses


      I just posted pictures in my Giovanna folder of a new red dress and
      black dress I made I'm planning on wearing them for Holiday events
      and Twelfth Night. They are both made of cotton velveteen. Yes,
      they are both made from the same pattern, so they look the same, but
      I am planning on doing different sleeves for them, too, so that will
      add variety. I am also planning on doing something different for
      headwear, probably one of those long braid covers (I forget the name
      for them), that I think is the right thing for this time period (late
      15th century).

      Giovanna



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