- For what order? I have quite a bit on a couple of different orders but not for all of them. Each one has a very distinct habit that IDs the wearer as a memberMessage 1 of 8 , Jul 1, 2007View SourceFor what order? I have quite a bit on a couple of different orders but not
for all of them. Each one has a very distinct habit that IDs the wearer as a
member of that order.
Shire of Wyewood
- ... Darn no flying nun RMessage 2 of 8 , Jul 1, 2007View Sourceunclrashid wrote:
> --- In SCA-Garb@yahoogroups.com, Kimberly Karn <kimberly@...> wrote:Darn no flying nun
>> Can anyone point me to a good book on nun's garb in period?
> look up the post were we discussed Priest's garb... Nun's garb would
> be similar in that it is more dependent on specific order of nuns
> rather than anything else.
> Basically, it would be a tunic, wimple and veil, perhaps with a tabard
> and maybe a cincture, in whatever colors were specified by the order.
> The wimple would be an ordinary medieval wimple, not the elaborate
> starched and shaped wimple you might remember if you are over 30 years