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Medieval Suede Tunic - Briannan
Suede Tunic - Briannan
Tunics
89,99 €
Medieval Tunic with trimming - Briannan -13%
Tunic - Briannan
Tunics
69,99 € 79,99 € (RRP)
Medieval garment - Traveller
Garment - Traveller
Tunics
109,99 €
Monk's Robe - Friar Tuck
Monk's Robe - Friar Tuck
Robes
79,99 €
Medieval Costume - Lord
Costume - Lord
Robes
179,99 €
Landsknecht shirt - Hannes
Landsknecht shirt - Hannes
Shirts
59,99 €
Medieval shortsleeved tunic - Gernot
Shortsleeved tunic - Gernot
Tunics
49,99 €
Medieval Shirt - Volker
Laced Shirt - Volker
Shirts
from 36,99 €
Medieval tunic for children - Grim
Tunic for children - Grim
Tunics
29,99 €
Medieval Shirt - Gunther
Shirt - Gunther
Shirts
34,99 €
Medieval tunic - Dietrich -13%
Tunic - Dietrich
Tunics
from 34,99 € 39,99 € (RRP)
Longarm Undertunic - Giselher
Undertunic - Giselher
Tunics
34,99 €
Steampunk Shirt - Baron -30%
Steampunk Shirt - Baron
Shirts
from 34,99 € 49,99 € (RRP)
Lined lace-up shirt for children -14%
Lined lace-up shirt for children
Shirts
29,99 € 34,99 € (RRP)
Gambeson - Jon -44%
Gambeson - Jon
Gambesons
from 49,99 € 89,99 € (RRP)
Shirt - Gaheris -50%
Shirt - Gaheris
Shirts
from 19,99 € 39,99 € (RRP)
Shirt & Tie - Ichabod
Shirt & Tie - Ichabod
Shirts
59,99 €
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Shortarm Tunic - Rumold
Shortarm Tunic - Rumold
Tunics
34,99 €
Medieval tunic for children - Grim
Tunic for children - Grim
Tunics
29,99 €
Medieval tunic - Dietrich -13%
Tunic - Dietrich
Tunics
from 34,99 € 39,99 € (RRP)
Medieval Shirt - Gunther
Shirt - Gunther
Shirts
34,99 €
Medieval Shirt - Volker
Laced Shirt - Volker
Shirts
from 36,99 €
Medieval garment - Traveller
Garment - Traveller
Tunics
109,99 €
Monk's Robe - Friar Tuck
Monk's Robe - Friar Tuck
Robes
79,99 €
Longarm Undertunic - Giselher
Undertunic - Giselher
Tunics
34,99 €
Bodice with Skirt - Tavern Wench
Bodice with Skirt - Tavern Wench
Tunics
179,00 €
Shirt - King Henry -50%
Shirt - King Henry
Shirts
29,99 € 59,99 € (RRP)
Shirt - Aristocrat
Shirt - Aristocrat
Shirts
39,99 €
Pirate shirt - Siegfried -13%
Shirt - Siegfried
Shirts
from 34,99 € 39,99 € (RRP)
Medieval Shirt - Hagen
Laced Shirt - Hagen
Shirts
39,99 €
Shirt & Tie - Ichabod
Shirt & Tie - Ichabod
Shirts
59,99 €
Medieval Tunic with trimming - Briannan -13%
Tunic - Briannan
Tunics
69,99 € 79,99 € (RRP)
Medieval tunic - Ortlieb
Kurzarm Undertunic - Ortlieb
Tunics
34,99 €
Long Tunic - Gunnar -20%
Long Tunic - Gunnar
Robes
from 39,99 € 49,99 € (RRP)
Gambeson - Jon -44%
Gambeson - Jon
Gambesons
from 49,99 € 89,99 € (RRP)
Medieval shortsleeved tunic - Gernot
Shortsleeved tunic - Gernot
Tunics
49,99 €
Landsknecht shirt - Hannes
Landsknecht shirt - Hannes
Shirts
59,99 €
Tunic - Master of the hunt
Tunic - Master of the hunt
Tunics
59,99 €
Medieval Suede Tunic - Briannan
Suede Tunic - Briannan
Tunics
89,99 €
Shirt - Squire -25%
Shirt - Squire
Shirts
from 29,99 € 39,99 € (RRP)
Medieval shirt - Bernadette black -20%
Medieval shirt - Bernadette black
Shirts
from 39,99 € 49,99 € (RRP)
Medieval Costume - Lord
Costume - Lord
Robes
179,99 €
Shirt - Adventuress (white) -20%
Adventuress Shirt
Shirts
from 39,99 € 49,99 € (RRP)
Greek Tunic Costume
Greek Tunic
Tunics
69,99 €
Shirt - Musketeer
Musketeer Shirt
Shirts
49,99 €
Shirt - Rio Grande, white
Shirt - Rio Grande, white
Shirts
from 34,99 €
The Eagle Legionary Tunic
The Eagle Legionary Tunic
Tunics
69,99 €
Renaissance Frill Shirt white
Renaissance Frill Shirt
Shirts
69,99 €
Shirt - Charles, violett -50%
Shirt - Charles, violett
Shirts
14,99 € 29,99 € (RRP)
Musketeer's Shirt for Kids -14%
Musketeer's Shirt for Kids
Shirts
29,99 € 34,99 € (RRP)
Shirt - Lucius -63%
Shirt - Lucius
Shirts
from 29,99 € 79,99 € (RRP)
Shirt - Armand
Shirt - Armand
Shirts
79,99 €
Shirt - Old Sam -17%
Shirt - Old Sam
Shirts
from 24,99 € 29,99 € (RRP)
Shirt - Lorenzo -20%
Shirt - Lorenzo
Shirts
from 39,99 € 49,99 € (RRP)
Tunic - Legionnaire
Tunic - Legionnaire
Tunics
59,99 €
Medieval tunic with braid - Roderic NEW
Medieval tunic with braid - Roderic
Tunics
39,99 €
Shirt - Gaheris -50%
Shirt - Gaheris
Shirts
from 19,99 € 39,99 € (RRP)
Shirt - Peasant blue
Shirt - Peasant blue
Shirts
39,99 €
Shirt - Charles
Shirt - Charles
Shirts
39,99 €
Steampunk Shirt - Baron -30%
Steampunk Shirt - Baron
Shirts
from 34,99 € 49,99 € (RRP)
Tunic - Rainald, brown
Tunic - Rainald, brown
Tunics
69,99 €
Medieval Tunic -23%
Medieval Tunic
Tunics
from 49,99 € 64,99 € (RRP)
Shirt - Sherwood -17%
Shirt - Sherwood
Shirts
49,99 € 59,99 € (RRP)
Shirt - Engineer
Shirt - Engineer
Shirts
69,99 €
Medieval tunic - Wulf
Knight's Cotton Tunic
Tunics
69,99 €
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Medieval shirt and medieval tunic for LARP and medieval festivals.

A Medieval shirt or medieval tunic as clothing for the upper body is usually the most striking part of a garment, whether for Ancient Times, Middle Ages or something more modern. This is why this category has a very special significance, as these clothes are a decisive factor in the appearance of a character.
The upper clothes decide whether you will be recognized as what you want to represent or not. If you want to pose as a classic Viking warrior, tunics are the right thing for you. For Vikings a laced shirt from the Middle Ages is out of the question, but you should save it for your pirate or musketeer outfit. The medieval crusader needs a simple linen shirt or a medieval tunic under his coat of arms. But also other genres have their justification here and we also offer a cowboy shirt or a chic western ladies' blouse that is suitable for different occasions. Fantasy characters have of course a little more possibilities and it's a question of your own style and imagination what the Dwarf warrior or the elven mage wears.
Elves are usually portrayed in such a way that they wear some refined shapes of wide tunics or blouses, possibly embroidered with filigree patterns. Dwarfs are known to prefer coarse, sturdy fabrics and to combine an undergarment with a heavy tunic or a leather vest. Of course, these are just two classic examples. How you put together your clothing is up to you, whether you're out and about on medieval Larp, medieval markets or other worlds.
 

Fantasy tunic or leather jerkin, what do elves or dwarves wear?

Elves are usually depicted in such a way that they wear somewhat refined forms of wide tunics or blouses, which may be embroidered with filigree patterns. Dwarves are known to prefer coarse, sturdy fabrics and to combine an undergarment with a heavy tunic or even a leather tunic. These are of course just two classic examples. How you combine your medieval tunic is your decision.

 

What does a medieval shirt have to do with the Middle Ages?

Medieval shirt, medieval pants or medieval blouse and similar terms are commonly used, but often are a little misleading. The various forms of medieval shirts that are meant here are in most cases models from the Renaissance or later epochs like the Baroque and come from such a fashion that has little in common with the Middle Ages. Especially a so-called medieval frill shirt, medieval lace-up shirt or fluffy pants hardly fit the European Middle Ages. They belong to later epochs like the Renaissance. So most medieval shirts could be called Renaissance shirts.
 

Materials of medieval tunics and shirts

Generally the fabrics used in the Middle Ages have changed considerably less than for instance the fashion. For a long time linen, fine linen or coarser linen for the lower classes, was the material of choice for underwear such as a medieval shirt or a Renaissance women's blouse, for Viking tunics and medieval undergarments. Although cotton, which is popular today, already existed, it was rarely seen in our latitudes during antiquity and the Middle Ages, as it was actually only grown and processed in India and the Middle East. We offer most of our garments in cotton, but there are many of them, whose weave gives the impression that they are made of linen, the so called "Linen look".
The second layer of clothing was made of wool. There were significant differences in quality too, but wool was the material of choice for the vast majority of people to keep themselves warm and dry. The medieval underwear was mostly undyed, i. e. natural as a shade of colour. Different colours and dyes were used for the second layer clothes as long-sleeved or short-sleeved tunics, depending on the status, origin and wealth of the wearer. Other fabrics such as silk, cotton or weaves such as damask and brocade etc. were reserved for a very small, rich minority.
 
 
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