Neues Museum de Berlín.  I doubt any Migration Period woman wore a tea-towels overdress like this one, though; a peplos seems more likely, especially in light of their depiction in Late Antiquity sculpture.

I doubt any Migration Period woman wore a tea-towels overdress like this one, though; a peplos seems more likely, especially in light of their depiction in Late Antiquity sculpture.

Left: Anglo-Saxon nobleman is wearing an embroidered tunic/ bliaud over a chemise with embroidered sherte (the word shirt comes from it), a chemise type garment with sleeves, mantle, cross-gartered breeches.  Right: noblewoman wears embroidered bliaud over chemise with cuffs. she wears mantle and headrail. fitted waist by lacings down the back.  (11th C)

This showcases a nobleman wearing an embroidered tunic/ a chemise type garment with sleeves, mantle,and breeches. This also shows a noblewoman wearing an embroidered bliaud, a chemise with cuffs, and she also has a mantle as her headdress.

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