I know you can link adjectives in Japanese this way: using -KUTE for -I adjectives, and DE for -Na adjectives. For example:
Kirei(na) + Wakai + Yasashii + Onna --> "Kireide, wakakute, yasashii onna (a beautiful, young and gentle woman)". きれいで、若くて、優しい女
I also know you can link adjectives in negative form this way: -KUNAKUTE for -I adjectives, -DEHANAKUTE / -JANAKUTE for -Na adjectives:
Kirei dehanai + Wakakunai + Yasashikunai + Onna --> "Kirei dehanakute, wakakunakute, yasashikunai onna (a woman who is not beautiful, young or gentle)". きれいではなくて、若くなくて、優しくない女
But, the question is, can you apply this to link past form adjectives (Kirei datta, Wakakatta, Yasashikatta...)? Is this possible in Japanese? How would you say "I miss a women that was beautiful and gentle", or something like this.