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Medieval Dress Meira with Velvet Details, Black
This floor-length dress is loosely cut and is individually adjusted to the body by means of lacing at the waist and back. The undersides of the sleeves also have lacing and can be adjusted.
The details trimmed with cotton velvet such as the hem, shoulder yoke and stand-up collar give the dress a stately character. The skirt part is flared and swings beautifully due to the wide velvet hem.
This medieval lace-up dress is versatile and offers a great basis to build up a costume from medieval to gothic to LARP.
Velvet appeared in the 14th century in the Mediterranean region and was mainly woven in Italy. The elaborate way it was made and also the fact that this fabric was mostly made of silk made velvet robes exclusive garments. Velvet was very popular in Burgundian fashion and during the Renaissance.
- Available sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL
- Colour: black
- Material: 100% cotton
- Total length in size M: approx. 150 cm (measured from the highest shoulder point)
Cotton velvet should not be put in the washing machine, as velvet will then wrinkle irrevocably. Velvet should also not be ironed as this will cause the pile to lose its depth. We recommend brushing out light stains with a clothes brush in the direction of the pile. For coarser stains, we recommend taking the dress to the dry cleaner.
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How to find the right size:
- To determine your dress size based on your body measurements, please measure horizontally at the widest point.
- For dresses, please use your chest measurement as a guide.
- If you are between two sizes, we recommend that you choose the larger size.
- Comfort allowances are included in the pattern.
Only the dress is sold here! The other items are available separately in our online shop.
As authentic as possible, as modern as necessary!
This medieval dress is part of the Battle-Merchant collection of historical garb and medieval clothing for men, women and children. From the first drawing to the last needle stitch, this garment has been planned, designed and crafted with special attention to detail. We base our clothes more or less exactly on their historical models, grave finds or museum pieces, if such exist. We keep alterations, e.g. to adapt to today's sizes and working methods, to a minimum. See for yourself!