What did Chinese people wear in the middle ages?
The Chinese people who were wealthy in the Middle Ages wore robes made of silk. The poor wore clothes that they made out of hemp.
the girls wear dress
ragged clothes. They put on what they wore and what they made.
People in the middle ages didn't bathe often so they were not usually clean. So instead women would spray on perfumes and wear flowers.
they wear bras
They wear a type of clothing called garb. It is the clothing wore back in the middle ages, and when people couldn't afford to wear nicer clothing.
they were in charge of the clothiers(people who made clothes) and the laundress(people who did the laundry).
I really don't know that's why i asked you so if you can please tell me what the knights of middle ages wear
powder for their nose and red lip-stick.
in the middle ages woman were like a type of cloth and foot wear they were like pointy shoes not like the men were
they where robes
Monks wear saddles in the middle ages.
Falconers wear black and brown.
In the middle ages, queens wore long dresses, sometimes fur and a crown.
They would wear louis vitton mmhmmm
they wore robes
What they had on when they were arrested or taken.
In the middle Ages, the clothing defined one's status in the society. There was a pyramid kind of way of dressing in that those people who are on the leadership levels could not wear the same clothes as peasants.
Medieval people did not wear acrylic. According to most historians, the middle ages, when medieval people lived, ended in 1453. Acrylic fiber was invented by Dupont in 1941.
Chinese people wear jeans on the bottom
Armor. Metal usually.
they wore sumtin
I wear my house all the time.
Chinese people don't really wear anything special. They do wear red on Chinese New Year though. That is the only special outfit they wear that is the closest to Christmas.
Now, most Chinese people on Chinese new year wear a cheongsam it is a dress which only girls wear.
Jesters wore costumes that were rather outlandish even by the standards of the Middle Ages. The costume was called a motley.
It showed royalty.
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they wore crowns
Why would you ask me that? I don't know.
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Chinese people do not wear white makeup. You are perhaps thinking of a Japanese geisha.
Wear traditional/brand new clothes - preferably in red.
Chinese people were ugly stuff
they wear Chinese dragon costumes
The question ought to be written thus: What did Carpenters in the middle ages wear? do you mean what did thy wear generally? On a sunday? To bed? At work? Be specific and get your English tenses correct. They would almost certainly wear Leather Overalls and Hesian clothes
the clothes that chinese people wear
Red,in the Chinese eyes,represents happiness and fortune. So it is easily understandable that Chinese people wear red for the new year.
Leather aprons over wool tunics.
Aprons, Baggy pants, and Tall hats
skinny jeans,hoodies and flip flops
They didn't. In all the things I have read about the middle ages this has never been one.
To show how rich or wealthy someone was. Gold was and still is a valuable metal. Purple was a rare color in the Middle Ages made by collecting dye from special shell fish and only the wealthy could afford it.
Actually, most people wear what you're currently wearing.
Yes, some peasants wore hats.
they wore whatever they felt like wearing that day
The same clothes as everyone else of their class.
Knights wore chain mail and steal armor