Fantasy-style costume "Dwarf"Fantasy-style costum... CLM-34
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Here is one of the authentic samples of brigandine, that was recreated based on the materials of excavation of the Battle of Visby (1361).
This armour is perfect for medieval tournaments and battles.
Tunic of medieval European ...
Tunic of medieval European man s suit.
Tunic in medieval Europe was always worn as the outer garment, so you'll never see a man is worn only the undershirt on the engravings (only the peasants). This tunic with sleeves up to the elbow is very comfortable and go well together with the undershirt. We can make this tunic of linen, cotton or wool in different colours. ..
Cotta, a part of fantasy-st...
Cotta, a part of fantasy-style costume "Dwarf"
Sleeveless cotta is decorated with a trim and lacing on the both sides. It is being fastened with buttons to the level of waist. Combined with shirt and pants, cotta perfectly creates an unique dwarf character. By your wish, cotta can be made in any colour of such materials: linen, cotton, wool, silk, velvet. ..
Half-colored tabard with bl...
Half-colored tabard with black and white half-eagles
You may learn very extraordinary things about a man, just having a look at his clothing. In the Middle Ages, clothing had a great symbolism, and heraldic knight tabard costume could even tell you all the ins and outs of owner, from the origin and character to the aspirations and faith. Here is a knight in medieval tabard in front of you. At the first sight, his outfit is quite simple: only two colors and one figure. However, this strict laconicism may tell even more, than the most complicated coat of arms, full of colors and figures. Well, black and white, niello and silver. Opposite colors. Purity and chastity, mercy and faithfulness, hope and honour, sincerity and eloquence of silver. And, darkness, gloominess and mourning of black colour are over against it. What else, black one mutilates true meaning of colors, which it goes with. Personalizing constancy, steadiness, might and invincibility by itself, it reflect meaning of silver as in the mirror, but vice versa. Warrior in the knight tabard costume like th..
Medieval style dress with w...
Medieval style dress with wide belt
Medieval style dress with wide belt Sometimes, it is not a time and place for tenderness and airiness. Sometimes, a lady must be strict and concentrated, princess has to become a queen and fairy should turn into tough enchantress. So, just for cases when a women takes control in her hand, we made medieval style dress with wide belt – a choice of strong women. There is a chaste long Middle Ages dress with long straight sleeves, plain boat neckline and wide belt, which emphasizes design and adds majesty and elegance. This medieval ladies dress is absolutely cross functional and might be a base for any fantasy style or early medieval period look. Just have a look at gravures of the early Middle Ages and you’ll understand that they in particular inspired our tailors. Yet, a belt, which makes waist thinner and emphasizes a severe look with its rich handle and slightly frivolous silk ribbon, is carrying some from corset and a dab of Orient. You will adorn any festival in this fancy medieval dress and will be not lost even on..
Viking clothing outfit for ...
Viking clothing outfit for men
Viking clothing outfit for men Odin, father of gods an people, was a great humorist. He was ruling Asgard and Æsir not only with powerful arm and with not too adequate decisions, but, on the spur of moment, he often went down into Midgard – to wander among the people for a while, to listen tittle-tattle, to drink some ale and simply to have a good time. As a rule, Odin was wandering in his own look of one-eyed elder, who wears a cloak and hat with wide flaps, with two talking ravens on his shoulders – Huginn and Muninn… And, he was scratching his head - why do people recognize him? Well, yes, only feeble-minded Viking could not take this one-eyed old man, wearing a cloak, with broadbrim, staff and two raven on the shoulder for Odin. So, wishing to wander without needless excitement and crowd of fans, he was choosing the less remarkable and recognizable public image. On one occasion, he was travelling in the simplest style and traditional Viking clothing. The one, which you see now here. Those days, father worn top-qual..
Medieval viking shirt
Medieval viking shirt
Medieval viking shirt Completing your set of historically accurate Viking clothing, you will face a great choice. Sea Dogs were true fashionists, but one element of costume was unchanged during centuries, varying only in small details. We are referring to traditional Viking shirt. Length of such shirts varied from the mid-thigh to the knee (in the last case, despite of the gores, there were also cuts on the sides quite often). For example, a 28-inch length shirt of the V century that was found in Högom (Sweden). You may also see Vikings in short shirts on the Oseberg Tapestry, Picture stones from Gotland and rune stones from Sweden. But, manuscripts Liber Vitae, Bayeux Tapestry as well as Gotland stones and Oseberg Tapestry show us also knee-length shirts. Man figure from the scene of parade on the Oseberg tapestry and King Cnut the Great from the Liber Vitae (British Library, UK). If you need more objective evidences, than paintings, so here is remains of textiles from Kragelun..
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