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A virago sleeve is a women's item of clothing fashionable in the 1620s–1630s. It is a full "paned" or "pansied" sleeve (that is, made of strips of fabric) gathered into two puffs by a ribbon or fabric band above the elbow.
- Gordenker, Emilie E.S.: Van Dyck and the Representation of Dress in Seventeenth-Century Portraiture, Brepols, 2001, ISBN 2-503-50880-4
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