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Early medieval outerwear

Medieval outdoor clothing for women was a sign of status, not just a way of covering the body. Its decorative value and beauty reflected a woman’s social position. Medieval fashion was not as dynamic as the modern one, but it was changing considerably. Early medieval loose-fitting dresses, changed into more fitted ones. Loose fitting medieval shirts in the 10th century changed design in the 13th century, when the so-called cotte were popular. The dresses became more and more complex with variety of materials and designs.

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Wool outer dress

Wool outer dress

9th - 12th century
Outer simple, wool dress, widened with gores from the hips. It can be shorter than the bottom dress and be knee long.

Additional offer: Rims of the dress can be decorated with chosen material, embriodery or ribbons.
130 Custom orderAdd to basketShipping 20 €
Wool outer dress

Wool outer dress with lining

9th - 12th century
Outer simple, wool dress, with linen lining, widened with gores from the hips. It can be shorter than the bottom dress and be knee long.

Additional offer: Rims of the dress can be decorated with chosen material, embriodery or ribbons.
160 Custom orderAdd to basketShipping 20 €
Danish Smock

Danish Smock

Smock with gores. Based on the relic from Hadeby. Szhorter than bottom dress, reaches below the knees.

Additional offer: Smock's rims can be decorated with chosen material, embroidery or ribbons.

Currently in stock we have:
Red smock:
Smock's length: 120cm
Chest: 95cm
Waist: 77cm
Thighs: 95cm

Blue smock:
Chest: 96cm
Waist: 80cm
Hips: 100cm
Length: 120cm


80 Custom orderAdd to basketShipping 20 €

Early wool jerkin

9th - 11th century
Open in front jerkin fastened on the neck with brooch. This model is based on the relic from Birka. It reaches below the knees, widened wtih gores from the hips.

Additional offer: The rims of the jerkin can be decorated with chosen material (usually from contrasting colour), emroidery, ribbons or even fur.
170 Custom orderAdd to basketShipping 20 €

Early wool jerkin with lining

9th - 11th century
Open in front jerkin fastened on the neck with brooch. This model is based on the relic from Birka. It reaches below the knees, widened wtih gores from the hips.

Additional offer: The rims of the jerkin can be decorated with chosen material (usually from contrasting colour), emroidery, ribbons or even fur.
230 Custom orderAdd to basketShipping 20 €

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