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Blouses, Chemises & Under Garments

We outfit m'lady completely with our under garments, chemises and blouses. Our rigid, shaped farthingale will fill out your gown, while the bum roll adds that authentic look to your Elizabethan or Tudor attire. Our selection of classic chemises are the perfect accent under dresses.

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Red Renaissance Gypsy Shirt

#101830
This Renaissance blouse offers many wearing options with its drawstring neckline, allowing it to be worn off or on the shoulders. The flowing bell sleeves are trimmed in lace.
$94.95

Red Striped Renaissance Gypsy Shirt

#101829
This cotton Renaissance blouse offers many wearing options with its drawstring neckline, allowing it to be worn off or on the shoulders. The flowing bell sleeves are trimmed in lace.
$94.95

Natural Gauze Renaissance Gypsy Shirt

#101813
This Renaissance blouse offers many wearing options with its drawstring neckline, allowing it to be worn off or on the shoulders. Made of crinkled fabric with flowing bell sleeves trimmed in lace.
$94.95

Pirate Mistress Chemise

#101819
As the pirate ships dock at Port Royal you will certainly turn heads wearing this natural colored 100% cotton chemise. The elastic neckline gives you the versatility to wear this piece on or off the shoulders and the gathered full skirt can be worn down or can be ruched up for a bawdier look. A lovely netted gold lace accents the short sleeves and hemline. A lace-up back allows for a perfect fit every time, while an invisible zipper at the one side makes slipping this form-fitted garment on and off a breeze.
$169.95

Sheer Period Shirt

#101790
This ladies black shirt has sheer shoulders and sleeves, a solid, hourglass-cut midsection and beautiful wide lace running the length of the front, as well as the collar and elastic cuffs. Includes a separate jabot with attached antique brass metal pin with chain.
$79.95 $39.95

Jubilee Cotton Chemise

#101736
Our soft Jubilee Chemise is 100% cotton with beautiful lace detail at the collar, cuffs and hem. Wide, matching lace trims the lower half of the skirt. Available in lavender, blue, red and white and includes a matching cotton belt!
$88.95

Mina Shirt

#101783
This fitted high collar ladies shirt has a lace trimmed button front, pin tucked bodice and white lace with ruffles at the hem and sleeves. An adjustable three layer jabot with a brooch is included.
$89.95

6 Tier Hoop Skirt

#101770
Our nylon farthingale comes fully assembled. Six wire hoops form the skirt which has a full 146" circumference at the hem. One size fits most.
$39.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Bank Street Sleeveless Blouse

I was really delighted with the quality and attention to detail of this shirt! Velvet covered buttons, lining, corseted back...very well made and looks great on. And it's so nice to have a sleeveless shirt option when layering vests and jackets on top!
Reviewed by: Joy, May 23, 2019

Review of: Hand-Woven, Hand-Stitched Chemise

this is the best chemise i have ever had, I will tell you I loved it! I wore it as a night gown, I wore it under skirts, I wore it to death. I bought it 13 yrs ago for 40  $ and it lasted 5 yrs, I did wear it a lot! I went back to buy another and the price went up to 80ish so I declined. So today I thought now 80$ , it was worth it. I just came one to buy it again. yikes.I must admit it is a great chemise, but! from 40ish to 144 in 13 yrs?
Reviewed by: M, May 22, 2018

Review of: Renaissance Faire Blouse

My husband ordered this blouse for me and it was great with my fair dress. Just keep in mind the size runs a little small when ordering.  
Reviewed by: Donald, November 24, 2016

Review of: New Orleans Pantaloons

Very comfortable and very pretty.
Reviewed by: Maria, August 13, 2016

Review of: Renaissance Faire Blouse

This is a wonderful blouse. It fits well and my friend loved it on me.  The belt I ordered with it is going to take some maneuvering to get it to fit, but I like it, too.

He and I are getting into Steampunk, now. Will be purchasing more of that for now.
Reviewed by: Marilyn, July 02, 2016