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Men's medieval costumes
Italian costume of the XV century looked similar to the Burgundian suit, but did not have the same sharp silhouette, so it considered to be more comfortable. This model of medieval costume is sewn according to the historically correct patterns and keeps the main details of Italian man’s garb: colourful tight chausses, short doublet, puffed sleeves. Costume includes the following elements: Undershirt and braies. Underwear is made of thin white cotton, which is very nice and soft to the body. Doublet. Woolen doublet with puffed sleeves has laces with brass points from the front and on the wristbands. There are holes uder armpits, as sleeves are sewn to the sleeve caps...
This set includes: 1. Cotton eastern tunic 2. Cotton eastern pants Tunic is a typical example of eastern tribes wearing starting from the II century a.d. It preserved its original appearance today in some national costumes of such eastern countries as Mongolia, Kazakhstan, etc. The price does not include the belt. Pants are a typical model of eastern tribes wearing starting from the II century a.d. The pants can be tied on the calves for more comfortable wearing, as the representatives of tribes did it. Pants and tunic are made from cotton. The wished colour combination and other regards, please send us to [email protected]
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,...
This costume of landsknecht of the XV century is based on the picture of Hans Leonhard Schaufelein “Dancers at a Wedding”. Costume consists of: Hat. Made of wool with linen lining. It is fixed with fabric strap under the chin. Doublet with cuts. Made of wool with linen lining of contrast colour. It has thigh-length skirt, and puffed sleeves with cuts, which are decorated with bows. Fastened from the front with lacing with brass points. Breeches with cuts. Made of wool with linen lining of contrast colour. Have a codpiece, which is attached by lacing with brass points. Legs of breeches can be tighten under the knee with fabric straps. Short chausses. Made of linen, without ...
A true Burgundian dandy can't do without such stylish XVth century chips in his closet as a short doublet, closed chausses with a codpiece and a chaperon. So especially for fashionable men who are serious about reconstruction, we have prepared a practical and stylish costume set that will be the basis of any XVth century Burgundian men's costume. Burgundian men's suit includes doublet chausses chaperon Let's start with the Burgundian doublet, XVth century. This is an indispensable element of the costume of any self-respecting Burgundian man in the XVth century. Tight fit over the body, lush bouffant sleeves, sexy chest slit and stylish lacing on the ...
Royal hunt Leather vest and bracers with diamond pattern The hunt is up, the hunt is up, And it is well nigh day; And Harry our king is gone hunting, To bring his deer to bay. When the leaves turn yellow and fruits ripen, when heat gives way to the cool of the evening, when the blood is roiling and requiring sacrifice, it is a hunt time. It's time to go under the canopy of old-world leafy forest, clasping a good bow, and get your own deer, as kings were getting it hundreds of years ago. And, when you will decide to go out to your royal hunt, you will not be without appropriate outfit – functional leather armor. The one, which allows being nimble on fe...
In medieval times, jester (or fool) was a person at court, who had to entertain the royal family, their guests, noblemen. "Keying Up" – The Court Jester by William Merritt Chase 1875. (Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.) Today, the jester is portrayed in different formats of medieval reenactment, Renaissance fairs, including stage performance, carnivals. Cloths of bright colours and eccentric hats were the most distinctive feature of jesters. Made-by-measure costume consists of these parts: double-sided shirt – wool and linen; two-coloured woolen chausses; double-sided jester's cap (wool and linen) with horns and tails Shirt and...
Leather vest in Renaissance style People said that Don Barzini sailed up to the Venice from the south-east, by the Grand Canal. He let gondola go near the steps of Palazzo Dario and walked to the Piazza San Marco. There, he leant against the twelve column of the Palazzo Ducale, waited until the midnight and only then stepped out of piazza shade towards the overconfident youngling in bright silk. Taking a moment to set his leather armor vest, Don Barzini unsheathed smallsword and daga and have stubbed a jerk, who dared to challenge him, at the fifth second of duel. No one told how Don Barzini left Venice and returned to Sicily. However, they were talking a lot about his leather a...
This garb of medieval German soldier combines the most typical features: bright coloured fabrics, slashes, cuts, puffed sleeves. The following items are included to the costume: Hat. Made of wool with linen lining. It is fixed with fabric strap under the chin. Decorated with natural feathers. Doublet with cuts. Made of wool with linen lining of contrast colour. It is waist-length and has puffed sleeves with cuts. Lacing with brass points are for fastening on the side Breeches with cuts. Made of wool with linen lining of contrast colour. Have a codpiece, which is attached by lacing with brass points. Legs of breeches can be tighten under the knee with fabric straps. Short chaus...
This medieval knight costume of the XIV century consists of: a shirt with a button on the neck and contrast edging of sleeve cotardie with expanding sleeves and сontrast decoration of sleeves and bottom edge pants beret cloak with lining Base price includes costume of cotton. You my choose also linen or wool for your costume in options. Linen costume will be made 100% out of linen. Woolen costume will has linen shirt and linen lining. Different colour are available for order. Please send you wishes regarding colour of decoration to [email protected]
Historically correct Early Medieval men's costume will be your perfect outfit for festivals and any medieval events. It consists of: wide undershirt that is decorated with beautiful trim on the neckline, sleeves and lower hem. top tunic of contrast colour with short sleeves, metal button for fastening on the neckline and trim, that decorates sleeves, neckline and lower hem. The cut in front of the lower hem provides with a freedom of movements. wide pants with lacing on the waist. Costume is being made of natural cotton or linen. Colour of the top tunic is available for choosing in options. Please send your wishes regarding the colours of undershirt, pants and t...
This example of men's costume is based on original patterns, and you can see it on the medieval engravings of XII-XIII centuries. It will be a perfect outfit for festivals and any other medieval events. Costume consists of: - wide tunic, that is decorated with beautiful trim and is fastened with metal button on the neckline; - wide pants with lacing on the waist. We can make this garb of natural linen or cotton in different colours. The price of medieval costume does not include the belt.
Leather vest and bracers in Renaissance style When the night floats on the Venetian canals, slouching in gondola, and serenades of the most steady Romeos calm down against palazzo walls; when only night birds’ calls are heard in the silence, and only the cats who skitter with velvet treads down the narrow streets and wide squares. When the city of enamored people, thieves and merchants falls into a sleep… Only then, noble men of Venetia, full of icy nerves and consumed with desire of honor, are getting ready to resolve disputes that cannot be resolved in daylight in front of bystanders. Honor is a reason of disputes and death of one of disputant is a result. Jus...
This costume is typical for infantryman of the XII-XIII centuries and includes the following elements: braies chemise chausses tunic gambeson Classic medieval padded chausses can be used almost with any type of armour. They provides with perfect additional protection of legs, amortize strikes will and do not limit mobility. Leather sole makes chausses very comfortable. Chausses are being fastened with leather string to the wide fabric belt. Cotta with sleeves 3/4 and wide V-type neckline is decorated with fabris straps. Gambeson with festoons on the sleeves and bottom hem can be found in the manuscripts of the XII-XIII centuries. It can be worn over or under the chai...
This costume was reconstructed from graphic sources of "the Codex Manesse" XIII-XIV centuries and is based on historically correct patterns. This costume is very comfortable and is great for medieval festivals and events. It consists of: - tunic with round neckline, that is decorated with trim on the sleeves; - surcoat of the contrast colour, that is decorated with beautiful trim and 4 metal buttons on the neckline The costume can be made of natural cotton or linen. You can choose a colour for surcoat in the options. Your wishes regarding the colour of tunic, please send to us [email protected] Long or short chausses will be a great additiona to your medieval c...
There is typical costume of archer XIV-XV centuries, consisting of: braies chemise cotta chausses gambeson cap with pelerine Undershirt - chemise - is being worn under the tunic or cotta. Long chausses have leather string on the top of the chausses, with what you can fasten chausses to the holes in braies or to the fabric belt. Long cotta with V-type neckline is decorated with material straps on the bottom hem and sleeves. Gambeson with festoons on the edge was being used by archers or warriors, who did not take a participation in combats. It can be worn over the chainmail or under it. Leather string on the neckline is used for fastening. Padded cap with pele...
Landsknecht's life was often short. Every effort was made to compensate this with women, wine, bright clothing and the cost of hiring. Clothing of landsknechts struck by the wealth and ornaments. This landsknecht costume consists of 5 elements: Beret made of 2-color wool fabric with linen lining. Linen undershirt with stand-up collar with button for fastening and sleeves that decorated with frills. Linen doublet with slits and linen lining. Fastening with 6 buttons on the front. Wool coat with puffed sleeves and linen lining. It is knee-length and decorated with contrast trimming. Woolen pants with linen lining an...
This medieval costume is typical for crossbowman if the XII-XIII century. It includes to following items: braies chemise chausses cotta cale gambeson Chausses with footstrap are being fastened with leather strings to the braies or to the wide fabric belt. Long cotta is decorated with thread on the round neckline and sleeves. Gambeson with long sleeves and cuts on the bottom hem has fastening on the neckline and provides with a good mobility and protection. Cale is a type of cotton or linne cap with long lacing. Usually, it had been worn under the main headwear (chaperon, bonnet), but sometimes it was used as liner for helmet. Base material is 100% natural cot...
This costume of noble warrior of the XII-XIII century includes the following items: braies chemise chausses cotta gambeson padded cap with pelerine Short overknee chausses are tied with leather or fabric string. Long cotta has a cut from the front, that provides with a good mobility. Neckline and sleeves are decorated with thread of contrast colour. Gambeson with mittens is sewn according to the historically correct patterns. You can see the similar model on the medieval miniatures and in Maciejowski Bible. Gambeson has cut from the front and leather string for fastening on the collar. Padded cap and pelerine are joined with leather strap, but you can use t...
Soldiers of XII-XIII centuries were wearing such outfit. As they were not professional warriors, their main aim was assistance to the knights in everyday life and during campaigns. Costume consists of: braies chemise chausses cotta padded cap padded mittens gambeson Chausses are being cut on the bias, that allows to make them rather tight on the legs. There are leather string on the top of the chausses, with what you can fasten chausses to the holes in braies or to the fabric belt. Cotta is decorated with material strips on the bottom-hem and sleeves. Simple cut is typical for XII-XIII centuries. Long cut on the neckline of cotta is laced with leather string.&nbs...
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I am 7 feet tall (2.13m), and Ann was very helpful in getting my correct, accurate measurements and making something that feels great to wear. I love the Knights Hospitaller, and getting something that fits well and is of high-quality make is truly worth the price. It feels like time travel to put it on. I hope to one day buy gambeson and mail to wear with it
A very nice set with great quality. Fits well and looks amazing. The costomer service was very helpful and fast, I can definitely recommend Steel Mastery.
I received my vest today and it is just awesome! It fits my torso perfectly and I do love color of leather (brown) - it looks really authentic and medieval! Thanks a lot!