From the Roman de la Rose Left: blue cotehardie, pink hood lined with red worn with the head through the face. Gown short enough to see ankle. Right: scarlet short-sleeved gown with tippets over long-sleeved golden gown.
(French book "Le Livre Des Bonnes Moeurs" - by Jacques Legrand, - Sphere resembles a "montgolfiere" (French for baloon) but there were no balloons in century France. The dress is interesting, period fantasy or not?
I believe that is a fishtail braid with some pretty headband looking thing. A little past my time period, but evidence of one braid! Niccolò di Pietro Gerini, La Remise des orphelins à leurs parents adoptifs, Musée del Bigallo, Florence
Image from La Belles Heures of Jean Duc de Berry: Commentary by Millard Meiss and Elizabeth H. Beatson, published by George Braziller books, The Belles Heures first appears in an inventory note of the Duke de Berry's possessions in