<p>Elegant gothic costumes and accessories for women to party. p></p>
<p>Medieval and vintage skirts. Skirts courtesan, elegant, rural or mesoneras./ p></p>
<p>Medieval and vintage blouses for courtesan and peasant women. p></p>
<p>Medieval and vintage tunics for women. </p>
<p>Medieval and vintage bodices for women courtiers and plebeians. </p>
<p>Medieval and vintage vests for women, both courtesans and plebeians. p></p>
<p>Medieval and period briales for women, both courtesans and plebeians. p></p>
<p>Medieval sleeveless and vintage surcoats or surcoats for women. p></p>
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Woman Medieval clothes - XI-XII centuries
The tunic was the most used cloth and a linen shirt was used as underdress. The women of the working class were wearing the tunic with a belt. The tunic use to have sleeves, turn-ups and laces. The high class women were wearing embroidered and decorated tunics. The women were also wearing socks: short when the weather was hot or the tunic was long and long when the weather was cold or the tunic was short.
Woman Medieval dresses - XIII centuries
Close to XIII century, the materials and the colours were beginning to be very important. The court dames were wearing a loose-fitting tunic with thight-fitting sleeves, looser close to the hand, with a "trumpet" shape.
Woman Medieval dresses - Renaissance
During the XV century the Renaissance women's dresses were extravagant and large. They were replaced with the Renaissance Italian doublet and large hats with huge colored plumes.
Materials employed to make Medieval women clothes
- Fox or wolf furs
- Silk: gold embroidered for the high classes
- Gold or silver thread
Nowadays it's easy to find Medieval women costumes but they don't have anything in common with the Medieval women dresses that we have in our catalog. Have a look to our huge variety and if you have any doubt do not hesitate to contact us!