A 16th century kirtle, made from 3 yards of light weight wool in an army green color, but depending on lighting can appear various shades of brown. The bodice and sleeves are lined in fine black linen, the skirt is unlined.
I used no boning in the bodice as I'm further experimenting with the use of fit alone to give a period look.
99% hand sewn with silk thread, based on a kirtle and bodice of rash cloth from Juan de Alcega Tailor's Pattern Book.
Florida sun is very sunny, I hate that I am doing the squinty eye thing here and you can't tell where my skin meets my smock.