A word of caution though, just because something is on the internet, with a caption or citation, does not mean it is correct ;-)
While working on my Ottoman Pinterest page, I came across a few things that reminded me that one always needs to double check source material.
The stunning coat on the left was on a Pinterest page of Ottoman textiles. It is listed as being from the 10th Century.
If one follows the image to the source, one will see that that was actually a mislable or a typo and the Met museum has its information as ate 19th–early 20th century.
Alas, this painting is from the 1700s by Ottoman miniaturist Abdulcelil Levni. (Yes, we all love those sleeves, but no, they are not the best choice for someone in the SCA to use for recreating period dress).
The trouble with this image is that if you follow the pin to the original source, you will find a forum, full of images, all of which are listed as 15th Century Ottoman. There are even captions and comments on many of them about how things like the underbust look was common for the 15th Century... (Note, this is a non-SCA site, but the images are still very much mislabled.)
The message here? Double check your sources, and then look at where those sources lead. A role-playing forum is really not the best choice of resources for reconstructing period costume. If you pull an image from someplace other than a museum, university or expert, try to track down the original (usually this will lead you to a wealth of other information as well). And note, even sometimes the experts are wrong...
The problem with this is that the article (linked below) actually has an incorrect photo with it.
The correct image can be seen here: http://pinterest.com/pin/438397344947515036/
Quite a bit of difference, is it not?