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Medieval dress tunic with surco and houve "Townswoman" is also available in fixed sizes in stock (ready to ship). Please contact us for more details.

The Middle Ages from the modern sight are the time of Knights and Kings, Fair Ladies and Minstrels, Tournaments and Crusades. But it is often forgotten that in the Middle Ages the first trade cities, craft guilds and bourgeoisie appeared in Europe. There in the desolate feudal time the romance of the free towns with their fairs, fellowships and municipality has arised. That garb is the fantasy on the subject of everyday clothing for the medieval townswoman.

Light semi-fit thin tunic, red broad and very long upper dress (surco) and houve of the fancy hat shape agregate into amazing common but stylish costume. It would come handy to go for shopping or to visit neighbour.

This set consists of 3 parts:
- tunic with trims and buttons on sleeves
- ladies surcoat dress with ethnic trim
- medieval style ladies houve (hat).

You can see all linen colors here

Manufacturing and shipping from Ukraine takes 5-7 weeks.

Please email us your measurements:
- full height (from the top of the head to the ground)
- head circumference
- chest circumference
- waist circumference
- hips circumference
- biceps circumference
- wrist circumference

Please check how to measure yourself here

Belt is not included, it's not available for order.

Medieval Dress Tunic with Surco and Houve "Townswoman"

$229.00 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Material: linen
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from Ukraine
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