Timeless and reliable, the Heavy Cotton Peasant Dress is sure to become a trusted addition to your historic reenactment and LARP wardrobe. This ankle length sleeveless dress features a fitted and adjustable front lacing bodice. The lacing extends from the center of the V-neck down the torso and down past the top of the neatly pleated skirt. Matching cotton ribbon at the back of the bodice can also be adjusted for a comfortable and flattering fit. Versatile in its historic style, the Heavy Cotton Peasant Dress will serve you well in a number of different environments, from historic to fantasy, depending on how you wear it, layer it, and accessorize it.
- Ankle length sleeveless dress inspired by medieval styles
- Adjustable lacing on front of fitted bodice
- Lacing extends from V-neck to just past start of wide pleated skirt
- Adjustable cotton ribbon at back for comfortable and flattering fit
- Great for historic reenactment and LARP
- Made of heavyweight cotton with matching cotton cord lacing
- Machine wash with like colors at a mild temperature and tumble dry on low heat. Iron on a medium heat level as needed.
Cody C. –
I was really impressed with this dress, fits perfectly, almost like it was custom. and surprisingly comfortable material. It runs longer than it appears in though, so be prepared for that.
xelammthecat (verified owner) –
I purchased the Dark Brown in size L. It fits really well except that it’s just a little looser around the waist than I would prefer (even with tightening the laces all the way- I’m normally a size 12 in dresses), but that means I’m able to wear an underdress with it.
cshatley (verified owner) –
I’m 5’8″ and 180lb and I bought the large. It is a very quaint dress but the lacing was a bit strange to me. They have the loops set in such a way that the usual criss-cross isn’t recommended. Instead, having one string going back and forth is better. I did what they had shown in the light dress picture. However, I made the string that would have ended at the bottom sneak up behind the loops so that I could do a bow at the top. Does that make any sense? Anyway, once you figure out what you want to do with the lacing, the dress is very natural and quaint.