As fashion began to replace function, the end of the Middle Ages saw the coming into being of clothing that resembled what is commonly worn today. One such garment has been authentically recreated in the Late Medieval Germanic Dress. This ankle-worn cotton overdress, a precursor of sorts to the classic German dirndl, is loose-fitting so as to promote comfort and flexibility. Its sleeves end at the shoulders, allowing the arms and hands to move freely, and its waist is slightly cinched, preventing the garment from hiding the figure. Its low, square-shaped neckline allows this dress to go over a variety of medieval underdresses. The Late Medieval Germanic Dress comes in linden green, blue, and sand, and it makes a fantastic addition to any medieval ensemble, particularly those drawing inspiration from the clothing of central Europe.
- Based on European dresses from the late Middle Ages
- Fits loosely on the body for comfort and flexibility
- Square neckline allows dress to be paired with a variety of medieval undergarments
- Waist is slightly cinched to show figure
- Comes in linden green, blue, and sand
- Perfect for Renaissance fairs and other medieval reenactments
- Made of 100% cotton