If you are looking for a historically accurate garment that was worn by nobility, then you have found it. Philip the Goods Doublet is modeled on the doublet worn and favored by Philip III, who was the duke of Burgundy, France. In fact, this doublets design closely mimics the same style and look of the doublet that Philip III can be seen wearing in some of his pictures. The garment is made from luxurious cotton velveteen fabric and features various satin linings, which helps to make the garment both comfortable to wear and soft to touch. Instead of the traditional fur that was used to line Philip III actual doublet, this doublet features attractive woven trim instead. Unlike the original, Philip the Goods Doublet comes in a variety of colors, all of which look great when paired with a simple white shirt and black fitted pants–just like Philip III favored when he wore his doublet all those years ago! They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and if that is the case, then there is a reason to flatter Philip III. Philip the Goods Doublet is a stylish and regal garment that can be used to complement and complete a wide assortment of different, regal-looking styles.
- Has Decorative Woven Trim
- Modeled after Philip IIIs Actual Doublet
- A Beautiful Complement to Medieval and Renaissance Styles
- Made in the USA
- Made from 100 percent cotton velveteen fabric
- Lined in satin