The Renaissance began in the fourteenth century, reaches its peak in the late fifteenth century and continues to develop throughout the sixteenth century. It expanded and became an important cultural and intellectual power, which gained momentum in the late fourteenth century. Fashion was a hobby of the affluent but during the Renaissance it became a concern of the prosperousmiddle ages.
The clothing is a big part of the culture of a nation. It allows us to know their tastes, their fears, their ideas, their creativity and adaptation to the environment in which they live. Rome turned the national garment in a symbol of social status.
The armor of the Templars was very light when compared with those of the time, its goal was to get a light cavalry and a great mobility as infantry. The costume was very complete and ready to withstand the rigors of the cold and heat.
Tunic-black-red medieval tabard with long sleeves. Made of thick cotton.
Templaria white robe with red cross. Made from 100% cotton with 100% polyester cross. Hand washing is recommended.
Celtic Tunic Aidan bi-color with welt. Made from 100% cotton. Recommended wash at 30 ° C.
Ivar Viking tunic, dark brown. Made of 100% cotton. We recommend washing at 30 ° C.
Tunic-tabard Roman and medieval court in reddish and short sleeves. Made of cotton.
Ivar Viking Tunic, green. Made of 100% cotton. We recommend washing at 30 ° C.
Quarterly medieval dress in black and white dragon. IT INCLUDESDouble sleeve dress chainmail and capelin. To include the belt, see accessories.
Renaissance Pirate jacket cut. Red-black Made from 100% cotton. Ideal to wear with a shirt tie as shown in the photographs. Dry cleaning.
Roman Tunic 100% cotton, embroidered white with typical Roman motifs like the sun and dolphins.
Roman red cloak (only includes the layer). Made from 100% cotton.
Groomswear medieval tree made of 100% polyester suede. It includes only the suit.
Alas boyfriend medieval costume Lux. Made in antelina.100% polyester. It includes suit only.