Epic Armoury's Basic Dress is simple slip-on design with long sleeves and slit neck. It is designed to serve as a basis for a more thorough costume, but can function as a dress in its own right or function as an excellent basis for further development and redesign. The dress reaches from the shoulders to the ankles and has a wide skirt with plenty of room, making movement easy. The sleeves are wrist-long and loose leaving room for personal additions. Around the hems at the wrist and at the neckline the dress is embroidered with broad stitches in a complementing colour. It is trimmed with matching edging along the hem of the skirt by the knees. The dress is made from comfortable soft cotton and is tailored to be easily redesigned if you wish to change it to a more personal style. It is designed with plenty of room and loose fabric allowing room for improvements. The cut is universal and the dress can be freely combined with other Epic Armoury clothing and armour allowing the wearer to bring it to almost any world or setting she may wish to visit.
Your House waits for sleep to take your rivals before making an advance on their fortress. While the element of surprise will give you an advantage, forcing the rival house to fall will still require a bloody battle this night.
You are one of your family’s oldest females and a devout follower of your chaotic god. Decorated in your Priestess Dress, you lead your small army of slaves and allies with your staff in hand. Tonight will be your victory.
Epic Armoury’s Priestess Dress is a formal and elegant dress with long sleeves designed to function on its own or combined with other Epic Armoury clothes. Made from comfortable, soft cotton, this dress is tailored to be exceptionally versatile. The neckline is wide, showing off the collarbone and shoulders, complementing and balancing the rest of the dress’ design. Wear the long sleeves completely open in the summer, partially laced to show off your chemise, or tie them tight and straight from shoulder to wrist.
The Priestess Dress reaches from the shoulders to the ankles, and can be adjusted using a drawstring along the sides to match your desired look and comfort. The style is inspired by medieval design, but the Priestess' Dress can easily be used by almost any character or culture with a little creativity.
Also referred to as a “kirtle,” which is a garment worn over a chemise or smock
Popular garment worn by middle class women in the 1400-1600s
Since you can remember, you have been training to become a lady. You wear your Runa Dress, learning the art of needlework and etiquette from your caregiver...and sometimes even from your mother and the ladies of the court.
Today you are elegantly dressed and at work on a particularly gorgeous stitching. It is one of the rare occasions you keep company with your mother, and she leans over to give your work special praise. How proud you are!
Epic Armoury’s Dress Runa is a sleeveless overdress for adults and children, featuring a scoop neckline and large window armholes. Designed to be pulled on top of an inner slip such as a Children’s Shift or Basic Dress, the Runa Dress adds layering while still allowing you to show-off your entire costume. Made from comfortable black and red cotton, this dress is designed to be both comfortable and impressive.
The Runa dress is designed with plenty of room and loose fabric, and will suit you and your child in most medieval settings.
Medieval children often wore the same fashions as adults until the 16th- and 17th-centuries
Sideless surcoats were popular women’s fashion during the 14th- and 15th centuries
The bodice has been popular among women of all social classes as everyday clothing for many centuries.
The light underbust bodice from Mytholon's Annabelle bodice is worn over a blouse and helps emphasise more feminine characterstics of the body's shape. The wide shoulder straps guarantee greater wearing comfort. The lacing in front allows an individual adjustment to the wearer's body.
Made from heavy-duty cotton canvas, this bodice can be used as an outer garment for a wide variety of costumes, be it the cheeky barmaid or the flirtatious adventurer. Of course, it can also be combined with other blouses from our entire product range, not just the matching "Annabelle" blouse.
Worn on top of an undergarment it warms on cool days and protects from light rain. Wear it open, as an open vest or close it all the way with the lacing - both looks good. The vest is fitted along the waistline. The black contrast on the edges stretch the vest and let the wearer appear slimmer and longer. When combined with a skirt and some more details, this vest will add some eye-catcher to the tavern maids, adventurers or market-womans costume or can be a good basis for down-to-earth dresses.
Made from light cotton fabric, the Annabelle blouse is an airy upper garment for hot summer days. The generously cut sleeves can be gathered by means of drawstings and can be worn as either short or long sleeves. The deep neckline can be closed for the cooler days or in case you need something more modest when in noble surroundings, or the days are getting colder. The blouse was designed to be worn underneath the Annabelle bodice, but can also be worn in combination with all other fabric or leather bodices we offer.
The Vysera outer garment is slotted in the front & back and is closed by rim & buckle on the side. It can be combined with other dresses, depending on the temperature from light cotton to heavy wool, to form a unique look.
This not quite vest not quite dress is an eyecatcher at any event.
This woolen Ladies Vest has lining and details in complementary colour. It has a tie string eyelet front closing and ties in loops to adjust at the back. The Ladies Vest comes in Dark Red with Black details, Blue with Beige details and Black also with Beige details.
Material: Outer fabric is 100% Wool, lining is a light weight 100% cotton. Details and tie string in 100% cotton.
Maintenance: Woolen garments needs special care. Wash it gently by hand, using woolwash or hair shampoo and conditioner together in the lukewarm water. Be careful not to give the garment temperature shock; rinse in water with same temperature as the wash.