Briales

Brial Medieval Aslaug Brown in Wool Brial Medieval Aslaug Brown in Wool 2
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Brial Medieval Aslaug Brown in Wool

Burgschneider
085200000
59.43 € 66.03 €
Brial Medieval Aslaug Brown in Wool. Made of wool and ideal as a coat for cold winters. Wool felt: 74% Polyester: 15% Polyamides: 7% Natural fibers: 4% CAUTION.- Only includes the upper part. Does NOT include the long tunic below. Get ready to face the coldest of winters with the Aslaug Brown Medieval Brial in Wool! Made from high-quality wool, this coat...
Red Medieval Aslaug Brial in Wool Red Medieval Aslaug Brial in Wool 2
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Red Medieval Aslaug Brial in Wool

Burgschneider
085210000
59.43 € 66.03 €
Red Medieval Aslaug Brial in Wool. Made of wool and ideal as a coat for cold winters. Wool felt: 74% Polyester: 15% Polyamides: 7% Natural fibers: 4% CAUTION.- Only includes the upper part. Does NOT include the long tunic below. Get ready to face the coldest winters with the Red Aslaug Medieval Brial in Wool! Made from high-quality wool, this coat will...
Medieval Brial Maiva Medieval Brial Maiva 2
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Medieval Brial Maiva

Burgschneider
086580000
51.99 € 57.77 €
Sleeveless medieval brial model Maiva in green. Handcrafted with top quality materials. CAUTION.- Only includes the upper part. Does NOT include the long tunic below. Discover the charm and elegance of the medieval brial Maiva. This impressive sleeveless brial will transport you to medieval times, allowing you to look like a true knight or lady of the...
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Medieval Brial Myrana, gray wool

Burgschneider
086590000
66.03 €
Medieval brial sleeveless model Myrana in grey. Handcrafted with top quality materials. This brial is designed to transport you to medieval times, giving you an authentic experience in your historical reenactment activities and live role-playing games. The brial Myrana is made with the best materials to guarantee its durability and comfort. Its wool...
Medieval Brial Myrana, blue wool Medieval Brial Myrana, blue wool 2
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Medieval Brial Myrana, blue wool

Burgschneider
086600000
59.43 € 66.03 €
Medieval brial sleeveless model Myrana in blue. Handcrafted with top quality materials. This brial is designed to transport you to medieval times, allowing you to look authentic and elegant on any occasion. Its blue wool construction gives you a feeling of comfort and warmth, ideal for outdoor events or in times of cold weather. The brial Myrana has been...
Medieval Brial Dala Medieval Brial Dala 2
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Medieval Brial Dala

Burgschneider
086610000
44.56 € 49.51 €
Medieval brial sleeveless Dala model available in various colors. Handcrafted with top quality materials. CAUTION.- Only includes the upper part. Does NOT include the long tunic below. The Burgschneider Medieval Dala Brial is the perfect garment for those looking to dress authentically and elegantly at medieval reenactment events, live role-playing games,...
Medieval Brial Rune Medieval Brial Rune 2
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Medieval Brial Rune

Burgschneider
086620000
40.83 € 45.37 €
Medieval sleeveless Brial Runa model available in green. Handcrafted with top quality materials. Burgschneider's Medieval Rune Brial is the perfect garment for those looking to immerse themselves in the world of medieval reenactment and live role playing. Made from high-quality cotton, this sleeveless brial will take you back in time and make you feel...
Brial Medieval Aslaug Gray in Wool Brial Medieval Aslaug Gray in Wool 2
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Brial Medieval Aslaug Gray in Wool

Burgschneider
170360000
59.43 € 66.03 €
Brial Medieval Aslaug Gray in Wool. Made of wool and ideal as a coat for cold winters. Wool felt: 74% Polyester: 15% Polyamides: 7% Natural fibers: 4% CAUTION.- Only includes the upper part. Does NOT include the long tunic below. Discover the Gray Aslaug Medieval Brial in Wool, the perfect garment for lovers of medieval times. This brial is made of...
Briales

Brial Medieval Julietta in black

Lord of Battles
200580000
40.50 €
Do you want to transport yourself to medieval times in style? Then you can't miss the Brial Medieval Julietta in black from the renowned brand Lord of Battles! This impressive brial is made entirely of 100% cotton, which guarantees maximum comfort and durability. Its linen-viscose construction gives it an authentic and detailed look, perfect for...
Briales

Brial Medieval Julietta in Garnet

Lord of Battles
200600000
40.50 €
Discover the magnificent Julietta Medieval Brial in maroon color, an authentic jewel made of 100% cotton and made with the highest quality linen-viscose. This wonderful brial is perfect for historical re-enactments and LARP events, transporting you to bygone eras with its authentic design and materials. The brial exclusively includes the garment in black...
Briales

Brial Medieval Julietta in Red

Lord of Battles
215160000
33.05 €
Julietta Medieval Brial in Red The Julietta medieval brial in red is the perfect choice for those looking to stand out on any occasion. Made from 100% cotton with polyester details, this brial will not only give you an authentic look, but will also ensure your comfort throughout the day. Whether for historical re-enactment or to participate in LARP...
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Red Medieval Brial with Laces

Lord of Battles
245970000
40.50 €
Awaken the Brave Maiden in You with Our Red Laced Medieval Brial! Step into a world of fantasy and rekindle the essence of medieval times with our captivating Medieval Brial in a vibrant shade of red. Designed for the daring souls who yearn to relive history, this brial is more than just a piece of clothing, it's a portal to the past filled with knights,...
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The Medieval Brial: A Garment of Elegance and Functionality

The brial, a garment widely worn by women of Medieval High Society, was prominent from the 11th century to the end of the 15th century. Although considered a luxury outfit, its versatility and simplicity made it common even among the peasantry, made of more modest fabrics such as hemp or wool. This garment is characterized by being long and loose, requiring it to be tied at the waist with a belt or cord. Over time, this outfit came to be called "saya," a name that has survived to this day.

Luxury Details in the Brial

The briales used by the Medieval Nobility were usually made of noble fabrics and were abundantly decorated. They were often worn over other clothing items as a stylish accessory. The international trends of the prestigious textile workshops of the time were followed.

The briales featured sleeves that were decorated in various ways, including ruffles, curls, and horizontal pleats. In addition, the stitching, spirals, threads and prints stood out. The latter often incorporated motifs of Muslim influence, especially in the kingdoms of the Iberian Peninsula, where cultural interaction was common.

European Fashion Influences

The brial underwent numerous changes during the Middle Ages, especially in the pieces commissioned by the High Nobility. Although its basic structure was largely maintained, the decorative details made each dress unique. For example, the flamenco influence led to the creation of briales with false, lifting or removable sleeves.

Italian fashion promoted the opening of slits on the sides to show the sleeves of the shirt, forming decorative folds. In France, smaller pleats, the practice of wearing the belt below the chest, and a lower shoulder line were adopted.

Explore a variety of models of this historical garment in the Medieval Store.

Curious Questions about Medieval Briales

  • What was the period in which the brial was a prominent garment?

    The brial was prominent from the 11th century to the end of the 15th century in Medieval High Society.

  • What types of fabrics were used to make briales?

    Noble fabrics such as silk, cenda, xamet or cyclatón were used for briales of the Nobility, and simpler fabrics such as hemp or wool for the peasantry.

  • How was the brial tied around the waist?

    The brial was tied at the waist with a belt or cord due to its length and looseness.

  • What decorative elements were common in the brials of the Medieval Nobility?

    Noble brials were decorated with piped sleeves, curls, stitching, spirals, threads and prints, often with motifs of Muslim influence.

  • How did European fashion influence the evolution of brial?

    European fashion introduced changes in the shape of the sleeves, the opening of side slits and the location of the belt, among other details.

  • Where can you find a variety of historical brial models?

    Explore different models of briales in the Medieval Store.

Immerse yourself in the history and style of medieval briales, a garment that combines elegance with functionality.

Discover how this unique garment left a lasting mark on the fashion of the Middle Ages!

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