This stunning garment has an extravagance that is fit for a king. The Men’s English Houppelande is styled after the houppelande of the 15th and 16th centuries, this style of garment was favored by Henry VIII of England, of the Tudor Dynasty. This incredible garment is made from heavy, luxurious crushed velvet, giving this garment a softness and luster that almost have been felt and seen to be believed. Nothing short of regal in appearance, this garment features accents of fine lace trim as well as white faux fur trim on the hem and cuffs that blends perfectly with the white velvet. The shoulders and arms of this garment are actually surprisingly simple, like most houppelande, the sleeves are longer then full-length and are extremely loose-fitting, this garment is actually designed in such a fashion that the sleeves can either be worn, or the arms can be left uncovered while the sleeves hang freely at the sides. The Men’s English Houppelande is fully-lined with satin, which makes the garment that much more comfortable to wear. This men’s gown is pictured above with a matching hat, a shirt, and breeches, please take note that the hat, breeches, and shirt do not come included with the houppelande. The Men’s English Houppelande is an extravagant men’s gown that conveys a royal look and bearing, it’s fantastic for kings and princes at Renaissance fairsand even better for grooms, at renaissance weddings.
- Made from High Quality White Crushed Velvet
- Extremel y Luxurious Material and Decoration
- Great for Renaissance-Themed Weddings and Renaissance Fairs
- Styled after Renaissance-Era Clothing