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Medieval men's underwear shirt with rouches and stand-up collar. Sleeve gaskets and collar are decorated with frills. Collar has two buttons for fastening. We sew it of white or natural coloured cotton or linen. If you wish other colour, please contact us at [email protected]
Undershirt (chemise) was a base detail of medieval men’s costume. Simple cut and length till the middle thigh are typical for XII-XIV centuries. Cale, braies and chemise make a perfect set of men’s undergarment. We use only natural materials for manufacturing.
Linen shirt with bishop sleeves – blend of classic sophistication and contemporary elegance. The shirt features a refined collar adorned with two meticulously crafted buttons, adding a touch of refined detail to its neckline. What truly sets this shirt apart are its graceful bishop sleeves. The sleeves are generously cut and gathered at the shoulders, creating an elegant billowing effect that cascades down to the wrist. Each sleeve is adorned with buttons along the edge, enhancing the exquisite design and allowing for a customizable fit and feel.
Medieval men's shirt is one of the part of undergarment. Shirt has lacing on the neckline and sleeves. It will go good together with men's braies.
Elegant Cotton shirt 17th-18th centuries The shirt worn by men during this period was typically made of linen or cotton and was a loose-fitting garment that reached below the waist. It had a high collar, and pleated jabot with lace decoration on the bottom. It was attached to the neckband of the shirt and hangs down over the chest. The shirt was usually worn underneath the other garments and served as a base layer. In addition to the jabot, the shirt had also plain muslin ruffled cuffs. These cuffs were made of cotton or linen fabric and had ruffles or pleats on the edge. They were attached to the end of the shirt sleeves and extended just below the wrist. The cuffs were deco...
Medieval men's shirt with wide sleeves has lacing on the collar and sleeves. It will be a perfect addition to the medieval mens' braies. We sew it of white or natural coloured cotton or linen. If you wish other colour, please contact us at [email protected]
This 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. Base price of tunic includes following options: fabric – cotton color – uncolored Pants and Eastern gambeson will be perfect additions to this tunic. The price does not include the belt.
Medieval long cotta. Base price inludes: wool fabric no lining fabric 6 buttons with hand sewn holes on each sleeve edge small cut on the neck for brooch
Elegant jacquard vest The vest, or doublet, was a form-fitting jacket that was worn over the shirt. It was made of jacquard or silk and was typically decorated with embroidery or other embellishments. The vest had a mid collar and was often buttoned up the front. It was a key component of the fashionable attire worn by men during this period and helped to create a streamlined, elegant silhouette. Base price includes: jacquard fabric from the front silk fabric from the back one color custom size shirt is not included to the price You can but the shirt here: https://steel-mastery.com/elegant-cotton-shirt-17th-18th-centuries....
This model of shirt is made in typical European style of IX-XII centuries. It was a basic element in the traditional multilayered medieval costume. The neck and sleeves of this undershirt are decorated with the contrasting thread. The whole decoration is handmade.
Men's cotta is a wide shirt made of wool or linen and is worn over the chemise. The lenght of cotta was changing in time - from the midthigh to the ankles. The simple cut of cotta was unchanged - only materials and colours were vary. Base price of tunic includes following options: fabric – cotton lining fabric – cotton color – uncolored DIY – no paint stamping – no Main photo shows tunic with following options: fabric – cotton lining fabric – cotton color – red DIY – no paint stamping – no Cotta with lenght to the midcalf is typical for the XII-XIII centuries. On the necklin...
Men of the XIV-XV centuries wore both fitted cotardies with a lot of buttons, and long tunics, that were worn over the chemise. This tunic has: - loose cut, typical for medieval period; - V-type neckline and sleeves 3/4; - bottom hem and sleeves are decorated with fabric of contrast colour; - lining of the same colour with the decoration. Base price of tunic includes following options: fabric – cotton lining fabric – no color – uncolored DIY – no paint stamping – no Main photo shows tunic with following options: fabric – linen lining fabric – linen color – black, color of lining – ...
The short shirt is a part of costume of warrior, fantasy-styled character. It has round neck-hole with neckline, that is decorated with a trim. To make a complete character, you can combine the same-colour pants and sleeveless cotta together with this 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 Tapes...
Medieval sleveless tunic is very comfortable to be worn over an undershirt as well as underneath almost any armor. The tunic's neck is V-shaped that characterizes it like a tunic of IX-XII centuries classic style. Base price of tunic includes following options: fabric – cotton color – uncolored DIY – no Main photo shows tunic with following options: fabric – linen color – orange DIY – no It matches greatly the undershirt with lacing on sleeves and neck. Tunic is being made only of natural fabrics. Different colours are available for order.
Cotta with round neckline and taper sleeves is typical for noblemen of the XII-XIII centuries. It is decorated with contrast thread on the neckline and sleeves. Undershirt and chausses will be perfect addition to this medieval cotta. Lining will make your cotta more comfortable. Base price of tunic includes following options: fabric – cotton lining fabric – no color – uncolored DIY – no paint stamping – no Main photo shows tunic with following options: fabric – linen lining fabric – linen color – black, color of lining – orange DIY – no paint stamping – no We us...
Cotta is a classic type of medieval clothing, that is being worn over the undershirt - chemise. It was popular among all segments of people. Noble people used rich fabric and decoration. This model of long cotta has: - low V-shaped neckline; - decoration with fabric strip of contrast colour at neckline and the sleeves. Cotta goes perfectly together with short chausses and sleeveless gambeson. Lining makes cotta more comfortable. Belt is not include in the price.
Any re-enacting starts from the well thought-out garment. Tunic was the main part of medieval clothing. This one has: - 3/4 sleeves that typical for XII-XIII centuries; - decorated with fabric straps on the neckline and sleeves; - cut on the bottom hem from the front provides a good mobility. Base price of tunic includes following options: fabric – cotton color – uncolored DIY – no paint stamping – no Main photo shows tunic with following options: fabric – cotton color – red DIY – no paint stamping – no The lining of contrast colour will make your tunic not only unique model...
This is a popular model of shirt in Europe, which was worn directly on the body. It is the basis for correct historical medieval costume of VIII-XIII centuries. There is lacing on neck and sleeves, which allows you to fit this medieval underwear tightly. All holes for lacing are trimmed by hand. Medieval tunic and gambeson will make your character completed. The shirt is being made of 100% natural fabrics: linen, cotton, wool, velvet or silk. Different colours are available for order.
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.
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Very nice made! Fitted perfectly. Good contact by e-mail. Nice quality. Fast delivery!