Bijoux et parures vestimentairesà l’époque mérovingienne (V e -VIII e s.) on Academia.edu
I haven’t had a lot of spare time to spend on my studies recently. But this article was recently uploaded to Academia.edu (oh, how I love thee!) and I thought I would share it with you. It is in French and Google Translate is your friend. It details three grave artifact ensembles (Bossut-Gottechain in Brabant wallon, Quaregnon, and Viesville in Hainaut) and provides some conjectural drawings of how the clothing went together based on the artifacts.
Check it out!