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Irish – Reconstructing History

Irish – Reconstructing History

Before the Kilt: How the Irish and Scots Dressed in the 16th Century by Gerald A. John Kelly http://www.amazon.com/dp/1466219785/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_lewBub0EYFTBB

Before the Kilt: How the Irish and Scots Dressed in the 16th Century by Gerald A. John Kelly http://www.amazon.com/dp/1466219785/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_lewBub0EYFTBB

The Irish leine (shirt) was worn by both men and woman. Men often wore just the leine or with a kilt, while women often used these shirts as undergarments covered by open-sleeved dresses.

The Irish leine (shirt) was worn by both men and woman. Men often wore just the leine or with a kilt, while women often used these shirts as undergarments covered by open-sleeved dresses.

Ladies Arasaid  The ladies version of the great kilt, folded similar to the great kilt but stays around the back. show with ends pinned over the shoulder,can also be pulled over as a shawl.

Ladies Arasaid The ladies version of the great kilt, folded similar to the great kilt but stays around the back. show with ends pinned over the shoulder,can also be pulled over as a shawl.

Irish as they stand accoutred being at the service of the late King Henry, by Lucas d'Heere, about 1575

Irish as they stand accoutred being at the service of the late King Henry, by Lucas d'Heere, about 1575

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