What Did Queens Wear in the Middle Ages?

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In the middle ages, queens wore the nicest and pretty garments that money could buy. These outfits were very comfy, fashionable and impressive on the local people. This is because they were made of nice fabrics like scarlet, burnet, chalons and sandal. Queens wore long outfits which were made of bright and vibrant colors like red. They also wore tall headdresses and pointed shoes.
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