Medieval Laced Women's Gown Costume
- Lacing Cord
- 100% polyester crushed velvet fabric
- Cord lacing through cord loops at shoulders & bodice front
- Skirt is open at center front to expose a chemise or underskirt (not included)
- Also available in plus size
You don’t need to be of noble standing to dress like a proper lady when you head to the Renaissance Faire. You don’t even need to be going to a festival; you can sport this elegant Medieval Laced Gown for any occasion you fancy!
Imaging going for a stroll through your village on a lovely sunny day, with the birds chirping and the breeze blowing through your hair. Everywhere you look, the villagers are hard at work tending their gardens, smithing metal into useful things, and entertaining at the local tavern, but they all stop as you pass by to respectfully tip their caps and render a cheerful “Good day, m’lady!” Sounds like a pretty great way to spend an afternoon! Whether you’re spending this fine day at your favorite festival, or you’re simply out for a fanciful walk through the park, wearing this lacy gown will show everyone your love for dressing ladylike when you’re out and about.
This cute corset style gown resembles the kind of fashion that was all the rage in medieval high society. The bold red crushed velvet skirt and bodice drapes over your shoulders and laces up, showing off whatever style garment you decide to wear under it. Choose a frilly underskirt with puffy sleeves for a glamorous and voluminous look, or a simple flowing chemise for a more subtle fashion. Add a pair of slippers and a hair ribbon to complete your noble ensemble, and you'll catch all the lords' eyes!
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- Not exactly as picturedBy Anonymous | October 3, 2018I bought this dress and the chemise to wear to a Halloween party at my local skating rink. When I put this garment on, it drags the floor. I’m 5’4”. When I tried it on with my skates, the dress wasn’t dragging the floor but I am still going to have to hem it so I won’t have to worry about it being a safety issue for me or any of the other skaters. Also, the chemise does not look like it is pictured on the model! Here you can see if you look closely, it has been tailored, with a ruffled skirt at the bottom and the sleeves have been gathered to fit. I am also hemming my chemise and I am going to get creative with some rubber bands to achieve the blouse affect pictured here. The actual chemise is quite large. I will write another review once I’ve worn the costume.Was this review helpful to you?