Ashikaga era, also known as the Muromachi era. This period of "North and South Courts" (1336 to 1573)
Kimono reference chart
ok hopefully this clears everything up for me (and possibly for anyone who doesnt get the complexities of the japanese clothing words... ugh) Hakama is the red pants.... check! kosode is the white top.... check! Ko-uchigi is the overcoat that goes over the top of everything else. I've read that it's usually made of brocade.... CHECK. And the hitoe is a type of Kimono that doesn’t have lining and is usually worn in the summer.... CHECK. ....finally...
Utagawa Hiroshige Superb Pinks and Chinese Agrimony Woodblock print, ink and color on paper ca. 1836
History of Kimono, Part 3: The Medieval Period (Kamakura through Azuchi-Momoyama Periods)
kazuki-sugata (on-head-wearing) of costume. Another uchigi was worn up above the first one, over the head. Kind of like a Heian version of hoodie or head-shawl? This was worn when traveling by noble & samurai women. Similar to the tsubo-shouzoku and I believe may have been sometimes worn atop it. from http://www.iz2.or.jp/fukushoku/f_disp.php?page_no=0000083
japanese heian era style curtains and other decorative items