This gown has no historical prototype, however the silhouette and the style of finishing corresponds to the latter half of the XIVth century. As the inspiration of the pattern the fit of the Norman dress from the Greenlandic excavation was taken, which has been dated from that particular period.
The dress is realized completely from the high quality dense woolen cloth and is finished with dual trims of our own design.
The trim around the neckline and on the belt is manually embroidered with bugle beads and beads. The belt ends up with the beaded fringe.The dress comes with the velvet alms purse embroidered with beads as well.Embroidery ornament at the purse avails of the same theme that the trim ornament.
Sleeveless dress. It has lacing on each side and requires precise measurements since it has very slight fitting gap.There are cut-outs finished with the trim on the skirt, so called by contemporaries "hell windows".Fair lady's skirt the days had to be of floor-length according to all rules and fashions, hiding any allusion to existence of the legs under it and essentially complicating the walking process. Ladies passed their hands through these "windows" and upbeared the front of the skirt while walking.Removable sleeves. They are attached to the dress with the help of linen lacing sewed in the sleeve top. Sleeves have plenty of small buttons to achieve the supreme fit and are decorated with the narrow trim.The belt has a decorative flowing element in front. It is worn at hips according to the XIVth century fashion and fastens with the lacing at the back.The alms purse - velvet, embroidery, silvery tassels. It can be attached to the belt.
Shawl and turban are not included, but the shawl can be made upon request for extra charge.
Please note that dark blue wool has a very dark shade, that may appear black under electric light indoors.
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Can the Medieval Fantasy Woolen “Red Sleeves” dress be made out of the natural blue velvet? Do you still have the red embossed velvet?
Yes, can be made in natural blue velvet for $65.00 extra.
My friend and I are going to order 3 outfits each. Will we be charged shipping per item or just one shipping charge for the entire order?
We provide combined delivery - shipping of each subsequent item in your cart costs less. Just add all chosen items to your cart, and shipping rates will be combined automatically.
Hello! I'm planning to purchase one of your dresses in the next couple of months. I was wondering, can this dress be made in lighter fabrics such as linen or cotton, while still staying the same color? Wool is just too warm for where I live. Also, is there any difference, style wise, between this dress and your green sleeves dress? I've looked and looked and I can't find any difference. Is the belt and pouch that comes with this dress the reason for the difference in price? Thanks!
Yes, to date the Red Sleeves dress can be made of Midnight linen with Wine red sleeves for $465 + $45 (shipping). The Red Sleeves dress in more expensive, because it comes with the trimmed belt and velvet pouch with handmade embroidery. The Green Sleeves dress in linen costs $380 + $45 (shipping).
hello thank you for this dress and matching cloak, fits perfectly, love it. beautifuly designed and color. thanks to the team!
Thanks for the review, Avalyen!
Hi, Can I order another pair of sleeves? If so, which measurements would you need? Thanks.
Additional pair of sleeves costs $108 + $24 (shipping).
hello another yet beautiful dress will be purchasing love the color blue. i will be buying this with the matching blue cloak, iam after extra trimming on the cloak along the side, just realsised the trimming im after is exact on the dress, how much it would cost for trimming added on the cloak itself? this dress be perfect match with it! lol i almost will be buying most of womens clothing in your store. perfect closet sets and i will also have variety clothing to wear. thankyou for making these amazing clothing for people like us.
Thank you! Cloak with wide blue trim, as on the dress, from shoulders to the hem down the sides - $30 extra.
I would like to know if this dress is doable in linen, and how much would it be? I can't stop buying dresses, my God! This would be the sixth in three months!!!
This is doable, the Red Sleeves dress in linen costs $465 + $45 (shipping). To place such an order please email us at email@example.com.
Is there any way to have this dress made from similarly colored linen instead of the heavy wool? If so, how would that affect the cost?
Yes, this dress can be made of Midnight linen with Wine red sleeves for $465 + $45 (shipping). Simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can i have this dress with black or orange sleeves?
Can be made with black sleeves, simply add a comment to your order. We have no orange wool, sorry.
In the images for "Medieval Fantasy Wool Dress 'Red Sleeves'" there are several of the model wearing a white wimple but I didn't see this listed in the description as being included or in the "Hats, vests, other parts" section. Is this as simple as a large trimmed white rectangle? How exactly did you fold the wimple to achieve that look?
Yes, it's just a veil made of thin white linen with trim. We can make it for $75 + $14 (shipping). To fold it properly cover your head with the veil, drop it underneath the chin, across the throat, then pin the ends at the crown of the head.
BEAUTIFUL! First I would like to say this dress does have some historical basis in 14th and early 15th century design with a wonderful fantasy flair. Second is it possible to order this gown (or any others) with out the trim? I think if I were to order this I would want to make some wool trim to go on it.
Of course, all of our garments can be made w/o trim.
Hi, does it come with the gorgeous hat? Thanks.
Shawl and turban are not included, the shawl can be made upon request for extra charge.
A beautiful dress and I love the colour....I shall have a dress like this in the near future!
You're welcome, Katie!
Oh, I wish that was me!