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Hibernaatiopesäke: Herjolfsnes

February Viking coat worn by the Queen of Drachtenwald (SCA). Note the way it subtly overlaps at the bottom but is not an aggressively "wrapped" coat.

Fabulous Norse Gowns by Archeress Arts, via Flickr    WOW the Applique is awesome!

Two women in apron dresses. Duchess Anna Tarragon and her apprentice Lady Isabelle de Montreuil sur Mer. ~ See now I would wear Viking if it looked this cool!

Wool hood, Historical Viking pattern based on Skjoldehamn findings, for historical re-enactments. $59.99, via Etsy.

"Wool hood, Historical Viking pattern based on Skjoldehamn findings, for historical re-enactments." Wool hood lined with linen One size fits all.

Amazing blog. Hedeby Viking reconstruction, multiple pieces (clothing, footwear, adornment) + documentation.

Pages with Russian Viking dress reconstructions. Picture: The Flemming Bau version?

Annika Madejska's latest Viking outfit.  Her blog entry makes it clear that the tablet weaving at the top of her front cloth and apron dress is woven onto the edge of the fabric, a technique found at Hogom and other early finds.

Viking dress by Annika Madejska (Meistress Katheryn Hebenstreitz in the SCA)

Great site that has a bunch of different variations of caftans - the site is in norwegian

Interesting coat from a Swedish commercial site. Note the scooped neckline to make sure your Viking bling shows!

Photograph of Seiglynda Thyrisdotter of Elphinstone.  She appears to be wearing a white coif, with a blue wrap or sprang cap over that, and a diadem over all.

RECONSTRUCTION Photograph of Seiglynda Thyrisdotter of Elphinstone. She appears to be wearing a white coif, with a blue wrap or sprang cap over that, and a diadem over all.

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