Undersleeve / oversleeve coat

16. gs. popularitāti ieguva piedurknes ar šķēlumiem. Ekstravagancei augot, piedurkņu šķēlumi kļuva izteiktāki un zem tiem parādījās vēl viena, atsevišķi velkama piedurkne. Tjūdoru galma sieviešu tērpos parādījās viltotās piedurknes. Noņemamās zempiedurknes bija populārs elements arī 19. gs. garderobē – bieži izšūtas vai dekorētas ar mežģīnēm u.c. dekoratīviem elementiem. Tāpat pagodas tipa piedurknes (tuneļveida piegulošas piedurknes no pleciem līdz elkoņiem, zem tiem izteiksmīgas manšetes ar volāniem), kas radās 18. gs. vidū, atkārtoti parādījās 1840. gadu sieviešu modē. Daigas mētelim ir 18.gs. pagodas tipa piedurkne vienā kārtā, kas ir kā virspiedurkne un ļauj atklāties piedurknes oderei. Tajā iepogājama atsevišķi velkama zempiedurkne.
Slashed and stuffed sleeves became very popular in the 16th century. As extravagance increased, sleeves eventually got slashed to reveal yet another sleeve beneath – the undersleeve. Detachable undersleeves were extremely popular during the 19th century as well – often trimmed with lace, embroidery and other decorations. Also the pagoda sleeve (funnel shaped sleeves, tight at the shoulder to elbow, but ended flared) that arose in mid 18th century was a popular sleeve style in the mid- 19th century. Daiga’ s coat has a variation of a one-layer pagoda sleeve from the 18th century, acting as an over sleeve, which allows it to exhibit the lining and detachable undersleeve.

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