People and Their Clothing
Kings- Kings were very important in the Middle Ages. They were also the richest people. Usually, what the king wore became fashionable. For ceremonies and such things, kings wore their most expensive and their most fancy clothing. A T-gown they wore would be straight with an all-over pattern. This sometimes stood for his coat of arms.
Queens- The queen wore a gown which could be angled any way. They wore fur run down the back of the dress to form a train. Fur and other trims were worn at the bottom of the dress.
Noblemen- Their clothing was made of the finest fabric. He decorated himself with rings, belt buckles, jewels, and medallions.
Noblewomen- Noblewomen wore very fancy yet costly dresses and lavishing jewels to show off their nobility.
Merchants- Merchants were in a range from peddlers, who took items from place to place, and businessmen who were wealthy. The wealthier you were, the more fancy your clothing was.
Craftsman- Craftsmen usually wore a short gown that was tied at the waist with an apron or belt.
Knights- Knights wore a gown of chain mail over a tunic with the coat of arms of the nobleman whom he worked for
Peasant- Peasant's clothing had nothing to do with fashion. They wore calf-length angled gowns with a shorter tunic if you were lucky.