Mid 15th-century brown linen kirtle with waistseam. Based off of the various images compiled by Marie Chantal Cadieux, here:[link]
Full circle skirt, lightly gathered into the bodice. Self-drafted pattern. All visible stitches are handsewn, interior seams are done by machine.
The sleeves are black cotton velveteen pin-on sleeves, lined in linen.
Basic London-style hood ([link]
... dhd1a.html) done in some fuzzy velvet brocade, lined in silk. Hand-cast buttons (not by me!). Again, visible stitches done by hand, everything else machined.
Issues: the bodice is a little long, which contributes to the wrinkles in the back. The skirt is obviously WAY too long, needs to be hemmed. Overall, though, it's a very comfortable, serviceable and versatile dress.