If you are looking for a line of Renaissance clothing that is fit for royalty, then you are in luck! We carry Tudor clothing in historically accurate styles that are perfect for the Ren fair, costume parties, or theatrical performances. Our Tudor apparel includes pieces for kings and queens, such as designs inspired by figures like King Henry VIII, Queen Elizabeth I, and other members of the royal court. Some pieces are even inspired by the Showtime television series, The Tudors. Each piece of Tudor attire is designed with comfort and ease of wear in mind. With items like Tudor gowns, Renaissance shirts, hosen, brocade trousers, velveteen robes, silk chemises, and royal doublets to choose from, you will be sure to find excellent pieces to finish your regal ensemble.
The Tudor French Hood is the perfect finishing touch for many of our period gowns. This elegant ladys hat features a beautiful velvet structure and metallic trim, great for adding authenticity and regality to historical looks.
Modeled after the clothing worn during the Renaissance, the Tudor Short Trousers is perfect for a wide variety of roles. Whether you are a pirate of the Seven Seas or noble member of the royal courts these breeches complete your look.
Our top-of-the-line Twill Corset is a reproduction of a garment from the early Elizabethan era. In place of reeds, we used spring steel boning. The canvas fabric and superb sewing techniques do not let the boning poke through the fabric.
The comfort of the everyday man meets the style of nobility in the Velveteen Nobles Doublet. This doublet is the prime example of a garment that would have been favored by men of all stations, noble and common alike.
Our circa 1583 Venetian Breeches are reproductions of a pair that survives to this day in the Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg. Made of cotton velveteen and lined in cotton, they are machine washable and tumble dry.
This beautiful Venetian Gown recreates a design that was depicted in an Italian painting of two ladies of the Torella family on their palace terrace. With the elegant appeal of this gown, it is easy to see why noble ladies favor it.