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    gothic dresses

    <p>Elegant gothic suits and women's accessories for partying.</p>
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    <p>Medieval and vintage skirts. Courtesan, elegant, peasant or waitress skirts.</p>
  • Blouses

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    <p>Medieval and vintage blouses for courtly and peasant women.</p>
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    <p>Medieval and vintage tunics for women.</p>
  • bodices

    bodices

    <h2>The bodice, a historical garment</h2><p> The bodice is a garment that covers the body from the neck to the waist. This piece was widely used by women and girls in Europe from the 16th to the 18th centuries. The taste for the bodice spread thanks to the fact that this piece stylizes the female figure, enhances the bust and serves as support for the breasts. However, this garment was also widely used by men at the end of the 18th century. The fashion of tailcoats, frock coats and narrow-waisted coats allowed them to reaffirm the chest area.</p><h2> structure of the bodice</h2><p> This garment is usually made up of one piece or two pieces that surround the bust, with removable or sleeveless sleeves and low cut. In order to support the bust, the bodice uses rigid elements. Although in ancient times materials such as cane or whale bones were used, the current hardening is done with metal or leather pieces.</p><p> However, all of them require a drawstring to adjust the garment to the body according to the needs of each person. In its early days, bodices were tied with a continuous cord and, most of the time, assistance was needed to put it on. Currently, most bodices are tied with a system of opposing buttonholes, which facilitates autonomy when dressing.</p><h2> victorian fashion</h2><p> English fashion in the late 19th and early 20th centuries popularized the bodice as a garment worn over other pieces of clothing. At this time, the Agnes Sorel-style bodice became fashionable, named after the former favorite mistress of King Charles VII of France. This bodice was intended for everyday wear and featured a square cut neckline, high front and back, and bishop sleeves.</p>
  • vests

    vests

    <p>Medieval and vintage vests for women, both courtesans and commoners.</p>
  • Briales

    Briales

    <h2>The brial, a functional garment</h2><p> One of the garments used by the women of the Medieval High Society was the brial. This dress was very common from the 11th century until the end of the 15th century. The brial was considered a luxury garment and noble fabrics such as silk, ceda, xamet or ciclatón were used for its preparation. However, its functionality and simplicity favored the peasantry also assuming it as a habitual garment. Of course, made in more humble fabrics, such as hemp or wool. In a similar way to what happened with surcoats, since they were made up of a long and loose piece, the person who wore it had to tie it at the waist with a belt or a cord. At the end of the 15th century, this outfit was renamed saya, a name that has lasted until our times.</p><h2> The luxurious decorations of the brial</h2><p> The brial used by the Medieval Nobility used to be made of noble fabrics and was abundantly decorated. In general, this garment is used over other clothing as a demonstrative accessory. In this way, the international fashions of the most renowned textile centers of the time were followed.</p><p> As shown by various engravings in incunabula of the time or in wall paintings, the sleeves were drawn, curled or folded horizontally. Among these decorative elements, stitching, spirals, threads and prints also stood out. The latter used to have motifs of Muslim influence, especially in the kingdoms of the Iberian Peninsula, where the relationship between different cultures was common.</p><h2> The influence of European fashion in the Brial</h2><p> This dress was one of the ones that underwent the most changes during the Middle Ages, especially in the pieces commissioned by the High Nobility. Not so much in its basic structure, but in the decorative elements that made each dress unique. For example, the Flemish influence caused the making of briales with false, drawable or removable sleeves.</p><p> Italian fashion was in favor of opening openings on the sides to show the sleeves of the shirt, forming bulges. In the case of France, fashion extended the smallest pleats, the use of the belt below the chest or the line of the shoulders more dropped. In Medieval Shop you will find different models of this historical garment.</p>
  • medieval dresses

    medieval dresses

    <a href="/img/cms/vestido-medieval-mujer-capa.jpg"> <img src="/img/cms/vestido-medieval-mujer-capa.jpg" alt="Capa medieval mujer" title="Medieval woman cape" width="759" height="789" /> </a> <a href="/img/cms/coleccionvikinga.jpg"> <img src="/img/cms/coleccionvikinga.jpg" alt="Vestido medieval mujer" title="woman medieval dress" width="841" height="498" /> </a> <a href="/img/cms/vestido-medieval-mujer-palacio.jpg"> <img src="/img/cms/vestido-medieval-mujer-palacio.jpg" alt="falda medieval mujer" title="medieval skirt woman" width="514" height="916" /> </a> <a href="/img/cms/vestido-del-renacimiento-anjou.jpeg"> <img src="/img/cms/vestido-del-renacimiento-anjou.jpeg" alt="Vestido cortesana medieval" title="Medieval courtesan dress" width="280" height="320" /> </a> <p><strong>Medieval women's clothing</strong> consisted of the sleeved tunic, with a vertical and bow cut and the hems that were used to decorate with rich embroidery for the upper classes. Not missing a touch to protect the head.</p><p> Regarding the undergarments, they wore a linen shirt, a type of stockings, but their length depended on the weather, since the dress was worn by the ankle.</p><p> The women were in charge of treating the sheep's wool, then dyed it and spun their own dresses for the winter.</p><p> Of course, the courtesans wore the typical long medieval dresses that were in fashion for the noble class and the Queen complemented her dresses with gold jewelry and a sable skin from an animal called marten whose skin is so appreciated that it is also used to make the hat. Jewish shtreimel.</p><p></p><p></p> <h2>Medieval women's clothing. 13th century</h2> <p>Towards the thirteenth century is when the colors begin to be as important as the fabrics. Court ladies wore a loose-fitting tunic with sleeves cinched to the elbow and wide, trumpet-shaped, from the elbow to the wrist.</p><h3></h3><p></p> <h2>Medieval women's clothing. XV century</h2> <p>During the fifteenth century Renaissance women's dresses are characterized by a series of extravagances highlighting the voluminous dresses (houppelandes) with wide sleeves passed to the doublets of the Italian Renaissance and hats adorned with gigantic feathers.</p><h3></h3><p></p> <img src="/img/cms/vestido-medieval-mujer-lavandera.jpg" alt="Lavandera con blusa medieval" title="Lavender with medieval blouse" width="718" height="905" /> <img src="/img/cms/vestido-medieval-mujer-caballo.jpg" alt="Vestido medieval campesina" title="peasant medieval dress" width="772" height="886" /> <h2>Reliable Medieval Clothing</h2> <p>During the fifteenth century Renaissance women's dresses are characterized by a series of extravagances highlighting the voluminous dresses (houppelandes) with wide sleeves passed to the doublets of the Italian Renaissance and hats adorned with gigantic feathers.</p><h3></h3><p></p> <h2>Variety of women's sizes</h2> <p>We work with <strong>European sizes</strong> in all our women's dresses: from size S, M, L, XL, 2XL and even 3XL, taking into account the measurements of the chest, hips and waist, length and sleeve length in the dresses.</p><p> We have a wide range of medieval clothing for women of all social classes. Medieval garments and dresses in European countries such as France, Italy, Germany, Portugal or the United Kingdom are currently used by re-enactors who, faithful to history, represent and recreate scenes from European medieval history.</p><h3></h3><p></p> if you have If you have any questions about the sizing or measurements of a dress, do not hesitate to contact us and our wardrobe team will be happy to advise you. <button type="button"> × Descartar alerta </button> <img src="/img/cms/falda.png" alt="" width="494" height="568" /> <h3> skirts </h3> immediate shipping Here you will find a wide variety of Skirts from all eras in stock for immediate delivery. If you need your skirt urgently, we will send it to you immediately. <a href="/457-faldas/s-8/en_stock-si/categorias_2-faldas"> I want them now </a> <img src="/img/cms/blusa.png" alt="" width="502" height="602" /> <h3> Blouses </h3> immediate shipping Here you will find a wide variety of Blouses from all eras in stock for immediate delivery. If you need your Shield urgently, we will send it to you immediately. <a href="/458-blusas/s-8/en_stock-si/categorias_2-blusas"> I want them now </a> <img src="/img/cms/tunica-mujer.png" alt="" width="502" height="596" /> <h3> robes </h3> immediate shipping Here you will find a wide variety of Tunics from all eras in stock for immediate output. If you need it urgently, we will send it to you immediately. <a href="/464-tunicas/s-8/en_stock-si/categorias_2-tunicas"> I want them now </a> <h3>PRODUCTS WITH IMMEDIATE RELEASE</h3> <img src="/img/cms/corpino-medieval-odette-color-azul.png" alt="" width="280" height="320" /> <h3> bodices </h3> immediate shipping Here you will find a wide variety of Skirts from all eras in stock for immediate delivery. If you need your skirt urgently, we will send it to you immediately. <a href="/460-corpinos/s-8/en_stock-si/categorias_2-corpinos"> I want them now </a> <img src="/img/cms/chaleco-medieval-mujer-modelo-selma-marron-oscuro.png" alt="" width="280" height="320" /> <h3> vests </h3> immediate shipping Here you will find a wide variety of Blouses from all eras in stock for immediate delivery. If you need your Shield urgently, we will send it to you immediately. <a href="/461-chalecos/s-8/en_stock-si/categorias_2-chalecos_2"> I want them now </a> <img src="/img/cms/Captura%20de%20Pantalla%202022-06-28%20a%20las%2015-44-46.png" alt="" width="309" height="324" /> <h3> Dresses </h3> immediate shipping Here you will find a wide variety of Tunics from all eras in stock for immediate output. If you need it urgently, we will send it to you immediately. <a href="/161-vestidos-medievales/s-8/en_stock-si/categorias_2-vestidos_medievales"> I want them now </a>
  • Surpluses

    Surpluses

    <p>Medieval sleeveless and vintage surcoats or surcoats for women.</p>
€33.05 €36.72
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Elegant medieval bodice with ribbed and laced mustard. Manufactured 100% cotton. Machine wash 30ºC.
€25.27 €28.08
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Medieval woman blouse with ruffles and laces on the arms. It has elastic bands on wrists and shoulders to stretch the neck. Cream color.
€33.05 €36.72
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Elegant dark brown medieval bodice edged and laced. Manufactured 100% cotton. Machine wash 30ºC.
€28.18

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High medieval corset in black made of 80% cotton and 20% polyester. You will be surprised how well this corset complements your medieval costumes. Front size: 23 cm. Size behind: 18 cm.
€24.55

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High medieval corset in mustard color made of 80% cotton and 20% polyester. You will be surprised how well this corset complements your medieval costumes. Front size: 15 cm. Size behind: 15 cm.
€34.14 €37.93
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Tunic medieval model, Freya, made by hand in cotton of the first quality. Ideal for wearing underneath dresses.
€21.60

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Medieval blouse for women available in brown and beige. The blouse is adjusted by ties. It is made of 100% cotton and must be machine washed at 30º.
€47.52 €52.80
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Her gown medieval cream color made in cotton 100%. It is a garment very comfortable that can be adjusted in the neck area, allowing the shoulders covered or outdoor. Does NOT include dress green turquoise. Features:...
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High medieval corset in maroon color made of 80% cotton and 20% polyester. You will be surprised how well this corset complements your medieval costumes. Front size: 15 cm. Size behind: 15 cm.
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High medieval corset in brown made of 80% cotton and 20% polyester. You will be surprised how well this corset complements your medieval costumes. Front size: 15 cm. Size behind: 15 cm.
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In our extensive Medieval-Shop catalog you will find all the Medieval Dresses for Women as well as their accessories. We have women's medieval dresses from the 11th century to the Renaissance. Today we are used to seeing medieval women's costumes that have nothing to do with our Medieval Women's Costumes.

Medieval Women's Clothing. XI-XII

The tunic is still the most used garment and under it they put on a linen shirt. Working-class women wore them ankle-length with a belt. Medieval women's clothing consisted of the sleeved tunic, with a vertical and bow cut and the hems that were usually decorated with rich embroidery for the upper classes. The women put on a type of stocking but its length depended on the weather, since the dress was worn at the ankle.

Medieval Costumes Woman s.XIII

Towards the thirteenth century is when the colors begin to be as important as the fabrics. Court ladies wore a loose-fitting tunic with sleeves cinched to the elbow and wide, trumpet-shaped, from the elbow to the wrist.

Medieval Dresses Renaissance Woman

During the fifteenth century medieval women's dresses and later the Renaissance are characterized by a series of extravagances highlighting voluminous dresses (houppelandes) with wide sleeves passed to the doublets of the Italian Renaissance and hats adorned with gigantic feathers.

Materials used in Medieval Women's Clothing

Linen

Wool

Fur: fox, wolf.

Silk: with gold embroidery for the higher classes.

gold and silver thread

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