Just because all medieval ladies and maidens are not royalty does not mean that they cannot all be lovely. The Medieval Serf Hooded Dress is made in the style of the lower social strata, yet it still creates a lovely medieval style. The dress features a two-toned coloration, one that utilizes paneling and differing colors to hint at a layered look, without having to add in actual extra layers. The dress is colored in its primary color, while featuring touches of accent in the form of its secondary color. The central panel of the bodice is done in the secondary color, and accented with a laced closure, as well as with a subtle sweetheart neckline trimmed in the primary shade. The full length sleeves are also two-toned, as well as bell-shaped from the elbow down, with touches of trim along the cuff. The full length skirt falls about to ankle length. This length can vary according to wearer measurement, height, and leg length. Attached at the neck and collar is also a full hood, which provides a bit of protection and shelter, as well as a cool accent to add to your look. It is offered in three different colors, as well as in one standard size. The dress is made entirely in linen fabric, which makes it rather cool and comfortable to wear, particularly in hot weather. The coolness, combined with the overall look, make this Medieval Serf Hooded Dress a perfect picture of what a non-noble lady might have worn, while still offering the chance to show off that you do not have to be born wealthy or noble to be beautiful.
- A Dress Made from Cool Linen Fabric
- Features a Laced Front Closure and A Full Length Skirt
- Two-Toned Coloration Creates a Layered Look and Feel
- Extremely Comfortable to Wear
- Great for Renaissance Fairs, Medieval Events, and Costumes of Various Sorts