This value priced combo will get you started or increase your 15th C. wardrobe on a budget! Shirt and braies are made if high quality linenl, expertly cut and professionally sewn for a polished look and long life. All garments are based on extant garments and/or period artwork and have no visible machine stitching.
Tie neck shirt is a simple, loose fitting shirt with tubular sleeves and underarm gusset that has become a reenactor standard in the USA and Europe. Collar band extends into ties in front. Based on the paintings "Giuliano da San Gallo" by Piero di Cosimo in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam and "Nativity" by Piero di Dominico in the National Gallery in Sienna.
Slit neck shirt is similar in cut to the tie neck shirt, being simply cut with tubular sleeves and an underarm gusset and 'boat' neckline. The cut is based on the Rogart shirt which was found in a grave near Springhill, Knockan, Parish of Rogart, Sutherland (Scotland) and has been tentatively dated to the 14th C.
Fly-front "jockey" style braies are based on an illuminated edition of Bocaccio's Decameron in the Biblioteque de l'Arsenal, Paris, dated 1430-40. Made of opaque linen.
$79.90 if purchased separately. Save $4.95 when you purchase the set!
Model is wearing the slit necked shirt and boiled wool hose
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 10 February, 2010.