Gyda Eiriksdatter was a Norse queen who pushed Harold Fairhair to unite all of Norway under one ruler. A noble task like that requires power, poise, and steadfastness. The Gyda Eiriksdatter Viking Apron Dress reflects each of these qualities. This authentic cotton outer garment is based on the clothes worn by Vikings during the Middle Ages and fits loosely over the body for comfortability and ease of movement. Its front and back are held together by lacework along the sides, which also serves to make the outfit more adjustable. Its length ends just below the knees, allowing the legs to maintain a large range of motion, and the dress forsakes sleeves for historically authentic shoulder straps, preventing the arms from becoming restrained. The Gyda Eiriksdatter Viking Apron Dress comes in blue, grey, green, or hemp, making it a versatile component of any medieval ensemble, especially those of warriors, smiths, or Viking rulers.
- Inspired by Viking apron dresses
- Fits loosely over the body for comfort and flexibility
- Lacework on either side aids in adjustability
- Comes in blue, grey, green, and hemp
- Perfect for Renaissance fairs and medieval reenactments
- Please note: Under dress is not included
- Made of 100% cotton