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Cotehardie and Hood by DaisyViktoria Cotehardie and Hood by DaisyViktoria
This is one of my 14th century cotehardies with a matching hood. More photos, including the front of the dress, can be seen here: [link]
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:iconth3-m4ster:
I have a question, Daisy Viktoria. What is the part covering the shoulders called? Is it part of the hood, or does it have it's own name? I'm writing a story in which healers wear white cotehardies with different color hoods to denote rank. Black hoods are novices and are often seen in droves after major battles. Green hoods are more experienced and well respect, used mostly for delivering babies. Sky blue hoods are well respect and venture wherever needed. White hoods serve lord, ladies and kings. And the Gold hoods run the entire sisterhood.

In any case, I am trying to describe it and don't know what the part covering the shoulders are called. Can you help me?
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Erzsabet Jan 25, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I don't know if you're still looking for an an answer to this question, but a mantle may be what you are looking for.
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:icondaisyviktoria:
Hi! It sounds like you've got a great story going!
The part on the shoulders is part of the hood. It's normally just called a hood! If you want to find more about the origin of the style, which might help you, I would start searching for medieval hoods and go from there.
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:iconth3-m4ster:
Thank you very much.
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:iconrulhoolie:
Rulhoolie Jun 24, 2012  Student General Artist
That is one fantastic hood <3
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:iconmountsthelen04:
mountsthelen04 Sep 29, 2010  Student Artisan Crafter
this is beautiful!

are the buttons on the sleves just for show?
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:icondaisyviktoria:
They are functional!
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:iconmountsthelen04:
mountsthelen04 Oct 5, 2010  Student Artisan Crafter
wow! just thinking of all those button holes hurt.
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:iconcoda-leia:
coda-leia Sep 29, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
oh ! Love the hoodie and the coat looks gorgeous !
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