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The toque is a bit less overbearing than the Hennin and looks more like a normal hat with or without a veil. http://medieval-bride.blogspot.com/2011/06/medieval-crazy-womens-hats.html

The toque is a bit less overbearing than the Hennin and looks more like a normal hat with or without a veil. http://medieval-bride.blogspot.com/2011/06/medieval-crazy-womens-hats.html

Mary of Burgundy (1457-1482) - Workshop of the Magdalen Legend 15th C https://hemmahoshilde.wordpress.com/2015/07/05/mary-of-burgundy-a-padded-roll-model/ <--- you're welcome to read more about Mary of Burgundy on my blog :).

Mary of Burgundy – a padded roll-model

Mary of Burgundy (1457-1482) - Workshop of the Magdalen Legend 15th C https://hemmahoshilde.wordpress.com/2015/07/05/mary-of-burgundy-a-padded-roll-model/ <--- you're welcome to read more about Mary of Burgundy on my blog :).

Hennin tronqué - le voile léger recouvre les épaules. La chevelure est cachée sous la coiffe - on n'hésite pas à épiler les mèches qui pourraient dépasser pour dégager le front.

Hennin tronqué - le voile léger recouvre les épaules. La chevelure est cachée sous la coiffe - on n'hésite pas à épiler les mèches qui pourraient dépasser pour dégager le front.

Petrus Christus burgundian gown and truncated henin

Burgundian: Truncated Hennin

Nothing says “princess” like a pointy, cone-shaped hat. From kids’ costumes to medieval paintings, the cone hat—more formally known as a hennin (or henin)—is a sure sign of royalty. But here’s something you might not know about the hat that adorn the heads of pale-skinned ladies: they were actually modeled after the hats of Mongol warrior queens.

Medieval Cone Shaped Princess Hats Were Inspired by Mongol Warrior Women

Nothing says “princess” like a pointy, cone-shaped hat. From kids’ costumes to medieval paintings, the cone hat—more formally known as a hennin (or henin)—is a sure sign of royalty. But here’s something you might not know about the hat that adorn the heads of pale-skinned ladies: they were actually modeled after the hats of Mongol warrior queens.

Mary of Burgundy

Mary of Burgundy – bewitched!

En esta imagen se muestra el velo que cae sobre el hennin sujetado con un alambre o cable. La imagen es de Boccace's "de mulieribus claris" alrededor de 1490.

En esta imagen se muestra el velo que cae sobre el hennin sujetado con un alambre o cable. La imagen es de Boccace's "de mulieribus claris" alrededor de 1490.

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