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15thC men

Menswear at it’s simplest consisted of underwear (shirt and braies), joined hose attached with pointed ties to a doublet, a coat or gown and hat. To be seen outside of the home (or manual working environment) without these basic layers was to be improperly dressed.
Shirt £35, Braies £25
Joined hose from £95 (footed £115)
Doublets from £145
Coats from £145
Gowns from £175
Hoods £40
Hats from £15

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14th Century Doublet and Hat

14th Century Doublet and Hat

Developing from the earlier tunic, the 14th century doublet was a simple shape, at least thigh length and often fastened with many buttons. Prices from £145

14th Century Doublet

14th Century Doublet

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Late 15thC Fashionable Doublet in Wool £195

Late 15thC Fashionable Doublet in Wool £195

Primarily a garment for holding up your hose, the doublet became increasingly elaborate for those that could afford it. Simple doublets were worn throughout the 15th centuries for lower and working classes.
Simple doublets from £145

Fashionable (mahoitred) doublets from £195

Silk brocade doublet £195

Silk Brocade Doublet £195

Late 15thC Fashionable Doublet £195

15thC Wool Doublet

15thC Wool Doublet £145

Linen Doublet £145

Linen Doublet £145

Late 15thC Italian Doublet

Late 15thC Italian Doublet £195

Linen Doublet £145

15th Century Wool Doublet

15thC Wool Doublet

Silk Doublet

15thC Silk Doublet

Late 15thC Fashionable Doublet

Late 15thC Fashionable Doublet

15thC wool doublet

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