Medieval Wedding Men’s Shirt
White fiance’s tunic with brocade accents
Traditionally, every prince charming, in common parlance - the bridegroom, on the day of his wedding wears a snow-white shirt, emphasizing the solemnity of the moment of marriage. Remember the bride is not the only one who's in the limelight this day. Dressing up in a canonical medieval shirt will magically make a fiance behave somewhat chivalrously.
Here's an exclusive wedding version of our medieval style men's tunic. Inspired by Eastern European costume, the design suits for the embodiment of a wide range of characters. Features a distinctive stand-up collar and a slit button-up neckline. Loose sleeves flop around poetically at every gesture without inconvenience thanks to a thought-out cut of long cuffs. Midthigh length purports to wear the tunic girded, so take a look at the fantasy belt in silver.
Fine flax linen is nice lightweight fabric, entirely authentic to the period and equally important provides excellent protection from both sun heat and coolness. In the Middle Ages, not many could afford the luxury of wearing clean white, and to this day it strengthens a sense of occasion and purity. Exorbitant with patterns, rich brocade accents on the forepart and cuffs are fringed with the precious galloon in a matching color, complemented with the wide trim at the stand collar.
Matching overcoat, medieval pants, together with the high boots should be a worthy addition to this ensemble. Creating harmonious couple look, think of matching the Wedding Shirt with the bride's “Chess Queen” dress.
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- Fine flax linen;
- Long cuffs;
- Poetic sleeves;
- Stand-up collar;
- Midthigh length;
- Button-up slit neckline.