Note: I am not a professional fashion historian. If you spot any inconsistency or outright fallacy somewhere in the picture descriptions please feel free (or even better, obliged) to let me know!
13th century (1241) Italy - Modena or Bologna
University of Oxford, Bodleian Library
MS. Lat. th. b. 4: Decretals by Gregory IX, with the apparatus of Bernard of Parma
fol. 54r - “Petitioner reads from a scroll to a seated man. Others wait.”
fol. 168r - “Bishop admonishing a tonsured prisoner held by injured husband. Wife weeps.”
The woman wears a barbette and a fillet of a kind. Her dress is fitted at the wrists and seems to be tight at the girdled waist - might be partly fitted too?