The Medieval Hood is a hood with tail and mantle. It covers the sides and top of the head and can be made to cover parts of the face as well, while the mantle overlays the shoulders to just beyond the joints and to cover the chest and back to the upper ribs. The hood is made from felted, blue wool blend and lined on the inside with soft and comfortable, beige cotton. Around the face and along the rims of the mantle the hood is decorated with visible stitches. Hoods are often associated with the medieval period, where they were a common garment worn by all social classes in a huge variety of forms and shapes, but have been in use since ancient- and well into modern times as well. Hoods are great garments for rounding off character looks, and the Medieval Hood is a neutral item which will go with almost any character you care to dream up.
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