Moreover, the men also wore sleeveless jackets as well as added coats covered undershirts and briefs. Men’s medieval clothing made of cloaks with a round opening, which was slipped over the head; while medieval women’s clothing including kirtles (tunic-like garment) that were worn to their ankles. These types of clothing was worn over shirts. At that time, married women used to wear tight-fitting caps and nets over their head. Moreover, many women wore veils that was left either hanging loosely or plaited tightly.