Albrecht Dürer. St. Anne with the Virgin and Child, german, 1519
Durer painted St Anne from a study of his wife Agnes. The Girl at the front as the Madonna is wearing the most interesting clothing.
She has a very sheer white scarf over her reddish bodice. Durer even manages to show puckers in her bodice where the hooks meet under the fabric.
There is an interesting line under the bust in this bodice.
And her sleeves are a very dark blue.
Durer made many studies of his wife, and other women in real clothing. While her clothing is rather atypical in
the surviving images of the artists, and other artists, it is quite probably based on what the model was wearing, rather than made entirely up.