A popular fourteenth-century veil style is to have a pair of plaits framing your face which are visible under your veil.
You can see this style under these high-class ladies’ almost sheer veils (Luttrell Psalter (c.1325-1335 – BL Add MS 42130)
Here the lady has placed a hood over her plaits (Romance of Alexander, 1338-44, fol 59r)
Follow our tutorial to recreate it:
Higher-class ladies may leave off the veil, and perhaps use a tablet-woven decorative filet over their hair.