Trims
Dagges
Parti-colouring
Counterchange
Heraldry
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Decoration
A great number of fabulous way to ornament your garb it gives your garb a three-dementional acsent

Jewlery
Various forms of jewelery can be used to decorate yourself and your garb, apart from neklasess, bracelets, troks and whaterver you wear in your piercings your garb can have jewelery too. Items shuch as cloak pins, penannular- broaches, turtle broaches. Beadwork on the collars and trims or bangles and bobols sewn on the garb will all add to the overall look and impresion of you in your garb.

Trims
Trimming your garb with some or many kinds of Materials used for trimming can be anywear from commercialy available trims, embroidery, to furs and

Dagges
A medieval form of decoration introduced in the fourteenth century and lasting into the fifteenth. In this, the edges of a garment were cut into diverse jagged forms varying from simple V-shapes to complex leaf designs and imitation of torn leather. Except for the hose, no external garment escaped the dagges - the shoulder cape, hood, tunic, gown, sleeves, hem and tippets all received attention.

Parti-colouring
a great way to ornament your garb without much work

A fashion prevalent in Medieval Europe from the late twelfth century until the end of the fifteenth century wherein garments were made in one colour and design on one half or quarter and a different colour or pattern on the other sections. Masculine hose was most often parti-coloured, divided vertically down the centre of the leg, front and back and, often, quartered at the knee also.

Counterchange design
A pattern where a certain colour of the motif and its ground are reversed in another part of the design. A form of decoration especially fashionable in the fourteenth-century parti-coloured garments.

Heraldry
Heraldic adornment is brobably the most ornate ornamentation that can be done to your clothes. This is done by

There are other forms of decoration for clothes but I'm not going any further now.

Decorations There are a great number of ways to decorate for clothes. Many are very simple and a few are fabulously complex. Though a little ornamentation to your garb will go a long way to puting it over the top and wowing your friends.

Dagges
Dagges are a great form of decoration, were the edges of a garment were cut into diverse jagged forms varying from simple V-shapes to complex leaf designs. Dagges look fantastic giving a three-dementional acsent to the hems of your cape, hood, tunic, gown, sleeves, and tippets.

Parti-colouring
A fast and simple decoration, parti-colouring were the garment is divided vertically down the centre one half of one colour/design and the other half of a different colour/pattern. If divided again horizontally it is called quartered, can also be divided diagonally as well.

Heraldic
Heraldic adornment is brobably the most ornate ornamentation that can be done to your clothes. This is done by giving it the look of your coat of arms. Can be embroidered, apliqued, printed, woven or the design sew in to the garment. Either way you do it it may be very complex to do.

Counterchange
A combination of heraldic and parti-coloured decoration, were A pattern where a certain colour of the motif and its ground are reversed in another part of the design. A form of decoration especially fashionable in the fourteenth-century garments.

There are other forms of decoration for clothes but I'm not going any further now.

See other way of decorating you garb.

 

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