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Inn Keeper's Daughter Inn Keeper's Daughter
Careful Mi Lady, Daddy's Watching!
From serving Ale to turning down the beds, you're one working class Peasant sure to please in your off white Chamise worn loosely over the shoulders, ...    more
Lower Class Renaissance Female Lower Class Renaissance Female
Class Structure Was Extremely Prevalent in The Renaissance.
As a lower class woman, you couldn't afford the materials for an extensive wardrobe, you may have had one good outfit and you made it work. The Chemise ...    more
Lower Class Renaissance Male Lower Class Renaissance Male
Clothing Dictated Position in Society and the Working Class.
Be it farming, hunting or working the homestead, you'll be dressed for the job. Loose fitting pants are gathered from the knee down with wide leather ...    more
Middle Class Lady Middle Class Lady
Although Thine Status Has Well Risen, Thou Ist Still Just Middle Class.
Slightly nicer materials, heavy brocade insets, finer laces & select trims, all set you apart from the Lower Classes. Donning the traditional Chemise, ...    more
Middle Class Renaissance Man Middle Class Renaissance Man
Middle Class Business or Shop Owner Catters to Many.
You're neither poor nor wealthy, you're not a peasant nor nobility but you do offer a service to the upper class and you must dress the part. Your Jerkin ...    more
Musketeer in Green Musketeer in Green
One for All and All for One!
You're a member of a very elite group of fighting men willing to lay their lives down protecting the Queen, You are the best of the best! Your Musketeer ...    more
Shakespearian Gentleman - Stoudermire Shakespearian Gentleman - Stoudermire
Greet the Queen in Your Finest
The Shakespearian era brought us more elaborate patterns & ornate brocades. A more formal attire for everyday wear. Lace up front panel & cuffs through ...    more
Upper Class Renaissance Gentleman Upper Class Renaissance Gentleman
Matching Outfits Took Snobery To A New Level.
Upper Class couples very often wore matching ensembles. With the aire of confidence that is born to Nobility, you parade around town looking ever so regal, ...    more
Upper Class Renaissance Lady Upper Class Renaissance Lady
The Higher the Monarch the Larger the Wardrobe, the Heavier the Burden.
It's not easy being royalty! Higher Class constrains, supporting 100 lbs. or more of heavy brocade materials, bodices tight enough to concealing any shape ...    more
Upper Middle Class Female Upper Middle Class Female
Upper Middle Class, Style Take Shape as Function Gives Way to Fashion.
Being a part of the Upper Class, affords you nicer, more formal materials, richer colors, finer weaves & more elaborate trimmings as seen in this Corset ...    more