from 15th Century

Fur has been used for warmth for millenia, but in the medieval period it was often an expensive fashion statement.

Late 15th Century Nobility Late 15th Century Burgundian Gown
14th Century wool cote and surcote

Related Searches: Menswear, Womenswear

15th Century Man Some examples of outfits created for customers, including joined or full separated hose, doublets, tunics, hoods and hats.Joined hose from £70

Doublets from £90

Tunics from £75

Hoods £40

Hats £10

15th Century Man 15th Century Man

 

Related Searches: Doublet, Hats, Hoods, Hose, Menswear, Tunic

15th Century Linen Pourpoint and Joined Hose

15th Century Linen Pourpoint and Joined Hose

In the later 14th and 15th century, hose rise further up the leg until they joined in the middle. Braies became smaller as they had less area to cover.Joined hose £70

15th Century Joined Hose

15th Century Joined Hose

 

Related Searches: Menswear

15th century gentleman

15th century gentleman

15th Century Coat

15th Century Coat

15th Century Coat

15th Century Coat

15th Century Gown and Chaperon

15th Century Gown and Chaperon

15th Century Coat

15th Century Coat

The final layer for those who could afford it was the full-length gown. 

Shorter versions (coats) were worn by poorer or working men.

Prices start from £115

15th century gown

15th century gown

Related Searches: Menswear

Wool laced-front kirtle £120

The kirtle is a foundation garment worn over a linen shift. Over this would be worn a gown or an overkirtle for working women.Prices vary (according to options below) from £95 – £125

Choose from:

Wool or linen

Laced (front, back or sides) or buttoned (14th century)

Long sleeves or short sleeves (with or without button-on oversleeves).

Overkirtle (pull-on, slightly looser fit)

For lined kirtles add 50%

Wool short-sleeved overkirtle

Wool short-sleeved overkirtle £115

Linen Kirtle

Linen front-laced kirtle £95

Linen Kirtles

Linen short-sleeved kirtles

 

 

Related Searches: Shift, Womenswear

Page 1 of 3123