Medieval serfs did not have access to fine materials or rich patterns, so they found other ways to create elegant garments. The Layered Medieval Serf Skirt demonstrates a style that peasant and princess alike would have favored. The skirt is a layered garment, featuring a long underskirt and a short overskirt, creating a duo of color that adds lovely contrast to almost any attire that it is worn with. The hem of the underskirt falls to about ankle or floor length and features subtle touches of ruching, while the hem of the overskirt is about knee-length. Please note that the two are combined, and that skirt length is subject to some variance based on wearer height, leg length, and general sizing. The layered skirt is made entirely from linen fabric, which helps to keep the double-skirt design light and comfortable, even when worn on the warmer of days. It is offered in one size, but in contrast comes in a variety of different colors. Please note that the skirt is pictured above with a blouse and bodice, which are not included, although the blouse can be bought separately as item number FX1099. The double skirt design of this Layered Medieval Serf Skirt is a perfect way to accent even the most low-ranked of medieval looks, although in truth, this is one garment that pairs perfectly well with peasant and noble looks alike, depending on your need, making it a versatile piece that no girl should be without.
- A Skirt Made from Fine Linen Fabric
- Features a Double Skirt Design
- Layered with a Combined Knee-Length and Full-Length Skirt
- Extremely Comfortable to Wear
- Perfect for a Variety of Medieval and Renaissance Costumes and Looks