|Are you seeking to attire yourself in medieval or rennaissance costumes for your activities at a Rennaissance Faire, Society of Creative Anachronism event, Amtgard or Hadrian gathering, LARP enactment, a craft guild, or other medieval, fantasy, or rennaissance pastimes? On these FIVE pages of photos you will find a partial pictorial portfolio of gowns created by Camelot's Closet for custom orders and for sale to the public through internet websites, auctions such as eBay where I list items every week, and medieval forums. Please feel free to browse these three costume pages at your leisure for ideas for your upcoming medieval costume needs.
|Let's begin with what seems to be the most popular style for many medieval enthusiasts, the Merchant Class, or "wench wear." I make these in a variety of fabrics ranging from cotton & wool tavern wench / gypsy styles, tartan Bonnie Lass, to satin, taffeta & velvet for courtly use. I make them in a variety of patterns too, from form-fitting slimline to hemlines full enough for hoops, & everything in between. After viewing these photos, be sure to check out other styles on the following two pages (linked at bottom).|
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