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Medieval clothing for kids

Medieval On-line Shop - Medieval clothing for kids

Medieval clothing for kids was changing in the same way as medieval clothes for adults. Children also had their underwear - braies and shirts, their clothes - dresses, doublets, and outfits - houpelandes and robes. Medieval fashion for children usually simply copied fashion for adults. The only exception were clothes for the youngest children. For centuries, clothes for very young children remained unchanged. There was no difference between color and pattern of clothes for baby boys and baby girls. All newborns were tightly wrapped in linen or wool cloths. Toddlers wore simple tunics or dresses, regardless of their sex.

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Linen coif

Linen coif h1

Linen coif made of two pieces. Hand-made.

12 In stockAdd to basketShipping 5 €
Doublet

Child's Doublet linen

15th century
Short doublet fitted to the body, cut in waist.
Very popular in burgundian fashion, worn underneath robes with creased sleeves.
Made of 2 layers of linen. It has a V-type collar.
Fastened in front with a string, often only in 2-3 spots.
Later models were worn almost open to show the shirt underneath.
The doublet can have hook&eye fastening. The sleeves were tied up to the elbow.

Currently in stock we have:
Natural doublet:
Chest:80cm
Sleeve length: 64
Waist: 64cm
Doublet's length: 55cm

Natural doublet:
Chest: 88cm
Waist: 80cm
Sleeve's length: 60cm
Doublet's length: 59cm

Natural doublet:
Chest: 76cm
Waist: 70cm
Length: 60cm
Sleeve's length: 55cm
60 In stockAdd to basketShipping 20 €
Linen coif

Linen coif m1

Linen coif made of two pieces. Machine-made.
6 In stockAdd to basketShipping 5 €
Linen coif

Linen coif h2

Linen coif made of three pieces. Hand-made.
12 In stockAdd to basketShipping 5 €
Linen coif

Linen coif m2

Linen coif made of three pieces. Machine-made.
6 In stockAdd to basketShipping 5 €

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