About Women's hearwer
There is typical model of witch hat. It has wide brims and conical crown. Fulled headwear is completely handcrafted. Such hat will be perfect addition for a costume of witch or wizard. Various colors are available for choosing.
Felt Tyrolean hat
This Tyrolean (or Alpine) hat is handmade of high-quality felt. Such headwear is popular among men and women. We offer different colors in options. You may also decorate it with cast pins or brooch.
Two-coloured Tyrolean hat
Tyrolean (or Alpine) headwear was worn mostly by archers. In time, it gained great popularity among women as well. Medieval hat of different colours will complete your look. You may decorate it with handcrafted cast pins or beautiful brooch. Please choose color for your medieval fulled hat in options.
Tyrolean hat gained a great popularity among men and women through years. It originated from Alps and also known as "Alpine hat". Woolen or felted medieval hats were often decorated with feathers or pins. Archers were the most admirers of such medieval headwears. And, Robin Hood seems the most famous wearer of such beautiful hat. We offer you handcrafted Tyrolean fulled hat of various colours. You may decorate it with handmade cast accessories. Hat on head, bow in hand - ideal look of medieval archer is completed!
Hennin, XV century
Hennin is the most popular women’s Burgundian headwear of the XV century. It has shape of cone (often, truncated cone), and was made of strong fabric or on frame of whalebone. Base was covered with expensive fabrics and decorated with gems. Silk or batist veil was fixed over it. These models are typical for medeival Burgundia. Base is made of felt and covered with wool. White silk veil is draped on the frame of two ribs or can be pinned to the base. Hennin is essential part of women’s Burgundian outfit of the XV century. We offer you two models of dress of this historical period, to any of which this headwear will be a great addition. When ordering, please advise us via e-ma...
Hood was one of the most widespread type of headwear in the Middle Ages. There was a usual headcloth with pelerine, that covered shoulders. Often, hood had long tail with length up to 3 meters. Good had been fastened with strings or buttons under the chin. This model of classic medieval hood without tail is made of wool and has cotton lining, that make your headwear more comfortable. It's being fastened with leather string. Different colours are available for order is options.
Wool hood of the XV century
Such type of medieval headwear calls hood and was popular in Europe in the XV centuries. This model is based on the original patterns. It is made of wool and has cotton lining. The outer shell and lining may be made of the same color or different. You may fasten it with cast badge under the chin (base prose is not include fastener). Please choose main colour in options, and send us the wished colour of lining to [email protected] The typical feature of this headwear is very long tail, which can be tucked in the belt. Hood will be a great additional to the medieval dress kirtle.
Cruseler, XIV-XV century
Cruseler is a type of medieval women's headwear. It was widespread in the middle of the XIV - early XV centuries among European ladies. This hair covering can be made of thick white cotton or linen. Edges are trimmed with ruche. Plain, but beautiful model of headwear make your look very romantic. Cruseler is a great addition to the medieval English dress of the XIV-XV century.
Hair covering with fabric s...
This hair covering is made of cotton and is decorated with fabric snood. The snood may be made of different colors. Such hair covering is suitable for almost any type of early dress. This plain type of headwear make you very romantic and mysterious.
Medieval hood with long tail
Medieval hood with long tail If they hunt for that rebellious and unruly head of yours To make your neck at the gallows even thinner than it was. You can find yourself a shelter in the woods; you won’t regret! It is definitely better than the whip you always get! Right here in Sherwood Forest, in the heart of the old oak-wood, where only wild beasts and free spirits wander around, there, a forest shooter in simple and hardwearing clothing, light leather armor and medieval hood with long tail is sitting by the crackling fire on the sheared tree. He is a fashionista, though he sits in the depths of the forest. Such Middle Ages hood just barely came in fashion – wide and dee...
Review about items
The hood is comfortable. It's also very big, even with custom head and neck measurements, so you can either wear it normally or conceal your face if you wish. It's light enough so you don't notice it much when having it down. Make sure you wear it far enough forward so it doesn't begin to slip back as you move around in it.