Talk:Fillet (clothing)

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Mediaeval costume[edit]

The sentence on this is bizarrely confusing and not borne out by the only source. I think the source is saying that the Indicia Monasteralia specifies a sign for a secular woman that may resemble a fillet, and so it is assumed that a fillet was regarded as indicative of a secular woman; but it does not specify married or unmarried, except as a vague aside.

The whole article needs either to be expanded to something that actually says something with meaningful references, or deleted as trivial. --ColinFine (talk) 11:40, 15 August 2012 (UTC)