Tangerine orange wool gown based on a portrait of Mary of Burgundy. This style of gown can be seen in several sources though is not as common as the more familiar high waisted gown worn during the late 15thC.
The wool was on sale at a furnishing store and was heavy enough to not require a lining. There is a full length linen kirtle underneath as well as a chemise based on period depictions. The headdress is made from wire and card covered with velvet. I made a pair of soft leather slippers lined in faux fur to wear with the gown as well.