Clothing worn in the middle ages provided information about the status of the person.
Queen’s of this time wore a fitted sleeved tunic [ankle length], under a loose fitting tunic of shorter length. These garments would be made of silk, cotton, taffeta or lace. The fabric would have been dyed bright colours. The hem and neckline of the garments would have been trimmed in either ermine fur [only Kings and Queens were allowed to trim clothes with fur] or decorated with gems and lace.
A Queen would have worn silk or velvet shoes inside the castle, but would have covered them with leather to go outside the castle. Her hair would have been plaited and covered with silk fabric. They also wore a crown and a silky robe. This paragraph is not true.