The chaperon is one of the most popular types of headgear from the early Middle Ages and the later Middle Ages! Especially the lower classes of society regularly wore a chaperon as their daily equipment. Chaperons were therefore often made in cheap colors such as brown, green and beige. The chaperon was often a cape over the shoulder and a hood, where the hood could be worn down so that the cape would hang over the shoulders. There were also chaperons that consisted of a whole, so a hood with a piece of cloth covering the shoulders without being able to wear it as a cape.
This chaperon has a hood (without a liripipe) and covers the shoulders. It is multifunctional, you can also use it as a scarf or raise the hood as a collar high over your nose in frost and rain.
Material: Devon Rough 100% cotton;
Shipping weight: 1 kg;
Washing instructions: hand wash or hand washstand washing machine