During the Middle Ages, the Scottish Highlands belonged to the tribal people, descendants of Celts who dressed in tartans and styles different than the rest of Britain. The Loch Laga Medieval Underdress emulates this Celtic style. Named for a bay extending from Loch Sunart on Scotlands northwestern coast, this natural cotton, ankle-worn dress fits loosely over the body, leaving the figure unrestrained and free to move while still yielding to the wearing of an overdress. Its roomy sleeves extend to the elbow, keeping the shoulders warm without getting in the way of the hands, and its classic V-shaped neckline allows this undergarment to be paired with a large variety of medieval European dresses. The Loch Laga Underdress makes a lovely addition to any medieval or Renaissance ensemble, especially those inspired by Celtic culture.
- Based on medieval Celtic womens undergarments
- Fits loosely over the body for comfort and flexibility
- Stylish design allows for easy wearing under a variety of medieval dresses
- Perfect for Renaissance fairs and medieval reenactments
- Made from 100% cotton