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(Click Picture to Enlarge) Misses' or Girl's villainess or Merida-inspired dresses. Dresses have princess seams with slash-and-puff details at the shoulder and elbow, and back lacing. Includes a batwing-style cape with a high collar, and belt.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Long robe or Priest's cassock with or without belt. High straight collar. Very Neo in The Matrix Reloaded or traditional priest, monk, or magic-user.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Extremely versatile poet's blouse by Theresa LaQuey. Good for cosplaying many different time periods depending on the style chosen, from Vikings to the Renaissance to the Regency (with a little modification).
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Lovely flowing gown with full-length lined hooded cloak. Suitable for enchantresses, ladies-in-waiting, or naughty Zoot and her friends from Castle Anthrax!
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Medieval gown with a close-fitting bodice (back lacing) and sleeves, flowing skirt, includes underskirt and belt. Could be an option for Zoot at Castle Anthrax.
(Click on a picture to see it full-size.) Middle Ages dresses, belt pouch, and bonnet. Dresses represent two different strata of Medieval society.
(Click on a picture to see it full-size.) 15th-16th century German mercenary uniform includes a doublet with slashed sleeves, breeches with slashed knees, and a flat cap.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Shoes, boots, moccasins of various types and suitable for various historical periods.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Sword Holder, bags, pouch, bracers, shoulder covers and feather pin. Bracers and shoulder covers are matching scale-armor pattern.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Historical accessories including mug and axe loops, bracers, archer's glove, gloves, pouches and bags. Suitable for Middle Ages or lower-class Renaissance, as well as fantasy designs.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Wrist bracers, corset, belt and pouches. Corset is a very wide belt and will fit either sex. Suitable for various historical periods.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Gauntlet, water bottle carrier and pouches, suitable for wide historical periods. Perfect for disguising your plastic water bottle at the Ren Faire!
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Classic Robin Hood-style High Middle Ages men's ensemble. Suitable for Sherwood Forest or the Great Ship Revenge with the Dread Pirate Roberts.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Girl's asymmetrical skirted tunic top with leggings and matching cape and belt. Also comes with matching doll clothes for an American Girls-sized doll.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Classic shirt has a laced opening, with or without collar, with optional ruffles at chest and wrist. This is a great basic shirt that is suitable for many timeframes, from the Viking Age (omit the lacing and ruffles), to the Renaissance, to the Romantic Movement.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Fully boned and lined corset with laces in front or back. All variants have shoulder straps of various thicknesses, but customizable. Lovely shoulder ruffle version in this pattern.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Child's Fantasy Costumes - Princess/Knight/Warrior by Andrea Schewe, great for costuming and imaginitive play. Includes two dresses, veil, tunic, and armor (including horned helmet).
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Child's fantasy costume gowns in four styles with variations, includes crown, witch hat, and half sleeves. Great for recreating her favorite character or creating a new one, and imaginative play. Examples pictured are reminiscent of Cinderella, Snow White, Aurora, and Belle, but Princess Peach would be easy to make from
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Child and misses Medieval dresses and overdress with belt, hennin (pointed hat) and veil. Note: the style of dresses are mid 1300s, more or less, and the hennin wasn't really fashionable until the mid 1400s. Dress A without the overdress and split in the neckline is closer to what a
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Child and Misses fantasy princess gowns in two styles with variations, and optional high collar. The long, flowing sleeves lend themselves to angellic applications, but with the right fabrics that could just as easily be a witchy queen.