If you are looking for a line of Renaissance apparel that is fit for royalty, then you are in luck! Medieval Collectible carries Tudor costume attire in historically accurate styles that are perfect for the Renaissance fair, fancy dress parties, or stage performances. Our Tudor clothes include 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 clothing is designed with comfort and ease of wear in mind. With items like Tudor dresses, nobleman shirts, period hosen, historical trousers, velvet robes, long chemises, and regal doublets to choose from, you will be sure to find excellent pieces to finish your royal ensemble.
Watch any group of women drop what they are doing as a man in hosen walks by. Yes, women love a man in a pair of hosen! Our hosen are made of 92 percent cotton, 8 percent Lycra. The cotton breathes while the Lycra clings to your shape.
The Avon Jupon is from the early 1500s Flanders, which was considered part of northern France. Lacing on each side of the bodice makes it possible to feast and still fit this dress. Laces from the wrist to elbow provide a snug fit.
Naturally, nobles of the medieval and Renaissance eras prided themselves on having the best things that money could buy. Among those things were assuredly clothing, including a rich and comfortable garment like the Black Nobles Cloak.
This high collared period blouse is manufactured in soft, white cotton. The open triangular front gives just a hint of seductiveness, while maintaining an air of modesty. It also has a lace trimmed cuffs with brass buttons.
Versatility is the name of the game when it comes to this elegant vest. After all, the Aramis Doublet features a look, a cut, and a style that fits perfectly into just about any time frame, allowing anyone to look regal and dashing.
Named not for the region it hails from but for the woman who made it famous, the Toledo Gown is a reproduction of the elegant gown worn by Eleanor di Toledo, the Duchess of Florence from 1539 to 1562, when she was laid to rest.
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.
The Robe du Soir Gown is a vibrant and beautiful pair of garments modeled after an early 16th century Flemish gown. Including an inner and outer gown, these dresses look great on their own or paired with a classic white chemise.
For the look of a nobleman and the comfort of an everyday man, turn to the Nobles Twill Doublet. This classic doublet combines the look of nobility and peasantry, making it an all-purpose piece that looks great with a variety of styles.
This c. 1525 gown is made of an outer gown of cotton velveteen lined in satin and an inset of cotton velveteen. The inset is worn over the Classic Chemise. The inset provides a lift for your bosom and holds in your tummy.
This doublet is from paintings by Caravaggio, The Calling of St. Matthew and The Cardsharps. The trim makes your shoulders look broad and narrows your waist, and the slashed sleeves provide plenty of cavalier style!
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.
Our Silk Chemise features delicate ruffles on the drawstring neckline. Full bell sleeves help to make an elegant, comfortable chemise. This chemise looks stunning when worn under any of our dresses, gowns, or bodices.
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.
Perfect for a lover and fighter both, the Nobles Velveteen Robe is the ideal mix of bold derring-do and refined tastes. In essence, this garment is styled for a noble traveler or swordsman who prefers extravagance to simplicity.
This Ladies Tudor Bodice is the start of a fine ensemble based on the Tudor period. It is both elegant and subtle in its appeal, and it is these qualities that make this feminine accent a stellar garment to own and wear.
Made from 100 percent cotton with sixteen pieces of boning for a firm fit, the Molly Corset enhances the square necklines of Tudor and Elizabethan gowns. The shoulder straps and cord lacing at the sides adjust to flatter your figure.
The flat cap was traditionally worn by men and women from the late 15th through the early 16th century. This Tudor Flat Cap is made of poly-cotton fabric. Two grommets allow for a plume or other adornment to be added on either side.
The noble age of the valiant Musketeers comes to life again in this gorgeous black leather DArtagnan Doublet. Made of soft lambskin, this roguish garment has a cinched waist design, is fully lined, and has matching leather buttons.