Chemise, black/white harringbone twill linen, size L
Chemise in black/white herringbone twill linen.
The chemise was the most common pice of clothing through out history. The chemise was worn closest to the body like an undergarment and was meant to protect the other garments from sweat and durt from the skinn. There are a couple of modells but our luxury chemise one has four gores for extra width, snugg fitted sleeves, gores under the sleeves for extra freedom of moment and a key hole neck.
The chemise as made out of uncoloured or bleached, ie white linen as it was unusual to have colored garments closest to the body. Over the chemise a mid-dress and an upper dress was normally worn. During the Middle Ages the chemise was not meant to be seen. Today we may not stick to the rule as strictly and during a historical event you can see one or two walking around in just their "underwear", oh sorry I meant chemise the hole day.
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Medieval, Late medieval, Viking
With shipment DHL 99kr for 99 kr