elements of ancient costume 
Examples of different articles of clothing characteristic of a period, country, condition or occasion.
Cover for the top of the shoe and the lower part of the leg; it was held in place by an understrap and fastened at the side with buttons or hooks.
In the 17th century, the heeled shoe had a large tongue decorated with a bow or a buckle.
Men’s hat with a brim folded into two points; it replaced the tricorne after the French Revolution.
Men’s hat with a brim folded into three points and a relatively flat crown; it was worn in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Piece of delicate, pleated or gathered fabric that adorned the neck of a dress; its shape varied greatly from one period to another.
Stiff pleated collaret worn by men and women from the late 16th century to the beginning of the 17th century.
In the 15th century, a high cylindrical women’s headdress that was covered in expensive fabric; a transparent veil of medium length hung from it.
Shoe characterized by a disproportionately long toe; it was in fashion from the end of the 14th through the 15th century.