Peasant Clothing The clothing of the peasants were usually made of rough wool or linen. Peasant women made the clothing for the entire family from wool they spun. Men wore tunics and long stockings or leggings to keep them warm. Peasant women wore long dresses and stockings made from the course wool. During the winter months peasants would have worn sheepskin or woolen cloaks, woolen hats and mittens. Medieval Collectibles carries authentic peasant clothing to give you that commoner look and feel of medieval era. Our medieval peasant dresses come in a variety of colors and sizes and we have peasant belts that are made of high grade leather. Our medieval peasant belts come in a variety of lengths and colors.
This basic Medieval ring belt is a necessity for any Medieval or Renaissance outfit. Made of 7/8 oz sturdy belt leather, it is 1 1/2' wide and comes in two different lengths and a variety of colors. A must for anyone going to the Fair!
Made from 100% Cotton fabric, Ameline Peasant Dress is a bodice with attached skirt. The bodice is laced to fit with brass grommets, and the full skirt is split down the front to show a modest peek of muslin underdress.
A very popular look worn by Fair Maidens, Peasants and Wench's alike. The bodice and skirt are one piece, the bodice is laced up the front to fit with brass grommets and the full skirt is split down the front to show a modest peek of muslin underdress.
This dress was worn extensively by both the peasant and free class women during the 12th and 13th centuries. It's made from a poly/cotton blend that is super comfortable to wear during any season.
This traditional styled skirt has a full 120 inch circumference allowing plenty of room to wear with a hoop skirt. Completely adjustable to any waist size, this skirt features a drawstring waist that also gives a nice gathered look at the top.
The Lord of Huntingdon Under Tunic is a great piece of medieval clothing suitable for feast or everyday wear. Can be worn with any of our Robin of Locksley apparel. When paired with the green over tunic (#100986), the two make for an adventurous combination.
Our Enchanted Fairy Skirt is made from a lightweight poly/cotton blend fabric that is very breathable and perfect for long summer days at the fair. Layer two of these jagged skirts in contrasting colors for an interested look.
This design looks simple, but a great deal of research has gone into it. The Peasant Gown looks great on almost any figure. The side lacing makes it more comfortable and stylish. The light brown chemise seen in the pictures is not included.
This simple suede pouch is large enough to hold all your essential 'modern' day items (like keys, money, credit cards, cell phones, etc.) that you need to bring to events and fairs, but would rather hide them to keep the Period atmosphere.
This lovely short sleeve chemise is made from a lightweight poly/cotton blend fabric with an elastic neckline that can be worn on or off the shoulders depending on your mood. This style features a puffy shoulder with elastic cuffs to help maintain the puff.
Trews are another name for Medieval Trousers. Our version are made of 100% cotton and have a drawstring waist. They also tie at the bottom of the leg. You can wear them tied at the ankles or blouse them up and tie them at the knee.
It does not matter if you were wearing a single dress, or a variety of pieces, as this Ruffled Neck Ladies Blouse is a top that any girl can stand to benefit from! It has a versatile style and a lovely look that goes well with almost any style.
The chemise is worn under all gowns, bodices and skirts, like a medieval slip. Chemises absorb the body's soils and leave less wear and tear on the outer garment which was usually more expensive. The chemise still does the same job today.
Floppy hats are worn by both men and women. These hats fit with most periods, Medieval through Renaissance. Made of cotton velveteen, they are also suitable for Peasant or Noble. A truly universal hat, a must for your wardrobe.
A beautiful touch of draped detail makes this Flowing Womens Medieval Blouse a fine piece for any girl to wear. Plus, its overall look gives it a versatility that allows it to go with a variety of styles, from historic to fantasy to new-age and more!
It is safe to say that any historical woman would have loved to have had one of these skirts. The Classic Medieval Skirt is simple yet well-made garment that is designed to basically go anywhere and do anything without being uncomfortable or awkward.
The casual loveliness of this Ladies Layered Medieval Dress makes it a wonderful addition to any medieval womens wardrobe. Plus, it offers a beautiful layered look with no added hassle, making medieval beauty an almost effortless thing to achieve.
This Maiden Surcoat is inspired to represent the daily clothing style of medieval women. This medieval dress was worn by middle-class women. Maiden Surcoat is very comfortable and well made.
The Farmers Tunic is inspired from the traditional early medieval period. The rich and thick fabric is heavy and accurate to the period. Braided frog Clasp used as a trim. Black cotton belt included.
Even a serf deserves to have a nice doublet...and in the case of this Traditional Serfs Doublet, it will be a very nice one, made from materials that are fit for nobility, yet featuring a minimalist design that will suit any social class perfectly.
With the Catrain Peasant Blouse, even a poor peasant girl can not help but look enticing to a passing noble. Nice floating collar and smoking at the waist makes this a highlight of any wardrobe.
Just because not all medieval ladies and maidens are not royalty does not mean that they cannot all be lovely. This Medieval Serf Hooded Dress is made in the style of the lower social strata, yet it still creates a lovely looking medieval style.
Do you ever feel like even a full blouse is just way too much clothing, especially on a hot summer day? If so, than this Medieval Crop Top Blouse is the garment for you, as it echoes the casual style of the blouse, but a shorter and much cooler design!
Designed to be a comfortable medium that not only preserves Victorian style and decency but also allows a woman to move about unhindered, these Medieval Bloomers are a loose, baggy legging that can be worn under a skirt or entirely on their own.
The Medieval Peasant Blouse has medieval-style collar. The de-attachable sleeves are attached using drawstring and eyelets. Wooden buttons are used to fasten the front opening.
Peasant Dresses were worn by both the peasant and free class women during the 12th and 13th centuries. This dress is a classic example of a peasant dress. Our Peasant Dress has an attached belt on the waist which gives the look of waist clincher.
This classic medieval chemise is made of high quality rayon fabric which gives flowing and flattering look. Its classic medieval design makes this chemise a necessary part of your medieval wardrobe.
The tunic is a classic part of any man's medieval attire (and women can even wear them with ease, as well!). And this Short Sleeved Medieval Tunic is as fine addition to a medieval mans attire as he could ask for, thanks to its subtle touches of detailing.
Get ready for medieval fest with the Townsman Tunic. The Townsman Tunic is made of thick Cotton fabric gives a rustic look to the tunic while maintaining a comfortable fit. Two wooden buttons enhance the beauty of the asymmetric opening neck line.
When you are putting together a historical look, whether it is for medieval era, renaissance age, or a similarly aligned fantasy look, a good blouse, like this Casual Medieval Blouse, is practically a must-have addition to your wardrobe.
The dress might have been the common choice for the ladies and girls of the medieval era, but it was not always worn alone. Sometimes, this Full Length Medieval under Dress would have accompanied it, for reasons of style as well as for layering.
Every reenactor should have access to a doublet of some kind, especially since they were a common garment of the medieval and renaissance era. And this Classic Renaissance Doublet is not only affordable, but also quite handsome and versatile, too.
This Crop Top is made from fine quality cotton crepe. The Crop Top is designed to be worn on or off the shoulders. Wear it under Bodice or Dress for the perfect Ren Fair look. Our Crop Top is available in sizes small, medium, large and x-large.
This beautiful chemise goes well with Peasant Over-Dress. The Peasant Chemise has back lace that gives shape to the dress and enhances the figure. Two Strings on each sleeve enhance the design and gives a lively feel to the chemise.
Even for a noble lady, not every occasion called for jewels and finery. Sometimes, something more subdued, more comfortable, more casual was needed. And for any medieval maiden, this Medieval Ladies Classic Dress represents casual comfort at its finest.
The Peasant Bonnet was considered a sign of female dignity and decency. Only unmarried women could leave their hair uncovered and every married woman was required to wear one of the several variations of Medieval Bonnet.
This Gorgeous linen peasant style long over-dress has side adjustable strings that provide a body fitting look. The Peasant Over-Dress has a contrast lace on neck line and hem make it more impressive, fabric belt with lace is included with the product.
Everyone needs a little support every now and then. Of course, usually that means offering a helping hand to a friend in need. But in the case of this Underbust Medieval Bodice, it references that kind of help that enhances your medieval look!
Comfortable and easy to wear, our Drop Yoke Shirt will not bind your shoulders. Made of soft durable 100% cotton muslin, it has convenient elastic at the wrists and the generous sleeve ends in a fashionable ruffle.
This Pleated Peasant Blouse is made of soft fabric that drapes beautifully and is best suited for any pagan, LARP or renaissance festival. Our Pleated Peasant Blouse has pleated sleeve-ends and front body gives it a rustic peasant-like look.
This elegant white crepe blouse has been designed for medieval or LARP festival. The Beatrice Peasant Blouse has a V neck line with the Crochet lace and the pom-pom lace edging enhances the style of the blouse.
Versatility is the name of the game when it comes to this Boys Classic Medieval Shirt. The traditional styling gives it almost unlimited potential, allowing it to be worn with all sorts of different looks and styles, where it will always look good.
Elaborate design and beauty are not always one and the same. This Medieval Maidens Everyday Dress is proof positive that sometimes, something can be subdued and subtle in its design yet still beautiful thanks to quality and classic appeal.
Weather was not always a pleasant thing in the medieval lands, and even shelters as grand as castles can sometimes be drafty. But have no fear, because this Medieval Overdress is a perfect way to stay warm, while still looking your medieval best, too.
The tunic is a classic part of any man's medieval attire (and women can even wear them with ease, as well!). And this Long Sleeved Medieval Tunic is as fine addition to a medieval mans attire as he could ask for, thanks to its subtle touches of detailing.
Fairytales are filled with beauties who are born to be princesses, despite their humble beginnings in poverty. This Girls Medieval Peasant Dress allows any child to bring to life her beauty, while still showing off the humble roots her beginning.
When it comes to a casual medieval style, nothing beats a good, solid tunic. This Ready for Battle Tunic is just that, offering a medieval look and feel that is a perfect complement to practically any style of medieval ensemble.
Medieval serfs did not have access to fine materials or rich patterns, so they found other ways to create elegant garments. This Layered Medieval Serf Skirt demonstrates one style that peasant and princess alike would have favored and worn with ease.
If you want to spot a noble, than you need only look for the ruffles on a shirt! This Boys Ruffled Renaissance Shirt allows any young boy to transform into quite the stylish dandy, one who will be all the envy of those who might surround and see him.
Not all little girls want to be fairytale princesses in fantastical gowns. Some prefer something a bit more realistic. And this Girls Noble Medieval Dress is every bit as beautiful as some of the more outlandish pieces from the realm of fiction.
Sometimes, elegance is not ornate designs and fine embellishments. Sometimes, it is a flowing gown that really evokes the look and feeling of the medieval era. And this Flowing Bell Sleeved Medieval Dress is just such a garment to do just that.
This is one dress that suits princess and peasant alike! This Girls Medieval Maiden Dress is perfectly suited to accent a girls youthful beauty, while also showing off a classic style that suits a girl of any rank or status from the medieval era.
The beauty of a maiden is brought out by the finery of the era, and nothing offers up such a classic image of medieval loveliness as this Nobles Bell Sleeved Medieval Dress. The layered look and flowing design is not just iconic, but stunning as well.
Nobles were not the only ones who could have nice things in the medieval days. Peasants often had nice shirts as well, and this Boys Medieval Serf Shirt is of such quality that it would make even a noble lad or royal boy turn green with envy!
A little lord deserves only the finest of garments to wear. Thus, this Boys Lace-Up Medieval Shirt should suit their need perfectly, allowing them to look like the most hard-working of serfs, the most noble of knights, and the most high of kings.
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