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Rubie’s Costume Deluxe Renaissance Faire Queen Costume

Rubie's Costume Deluxe Renaissance Faire Queen Costume

  • Deluxe renaissance faire queen costume features full length velvet dress with gold trim detailing and sheer panels
  • Headpiece and belt included
  • Perfect for any medieval, renaissance, or dress, up occasion , let your inner queen shine
  • Available in sizes small 6 to 10, medium 10 to 14 and large 14 to 16
  • Color may vary due to inherent manufacturing variations or your computer monitor’s color settings

Rubie’s costume company has been designing and creating costumes and accessories since 1950, and take seriously the mission to make dressing up fun and safe, at rubie’s you’ll find mascots, rental quality costumes, masks, wigs, accessories, shoes, and more, you’ll find traditional favorites like witches, ghosts, cowboys, and princesses, along with new ideas, sexy costumes, and the licensed items you want to wear , all under the rubie’s brand, still family owned, still family focused, rubie’s bri

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Q&A: Aid with the Renaissance Fairre?

by admin on February 9, 2014

Question by super star in the making: Help with the Renaissance Fairre?
The time has come for my school, my grade specifically, to do a Renaissance Fairre. If you don’t know, that is where kids are assigned historical figures or craftspeople from the time to ‘be’ and research on and dress up as… So, what I’m asking is who should i be? who would you want to be? (i am a girl by the way)
Queens: Elizabeth I of England, Mary I of England, Anne Boleyn of England, Isabelle of Spain, Catherine of Aragon, Eleanor of Aquititus(i thnk that is how its spelled)

Which queen seems most interesting and fun to research on and dress up as?? and Why?
*Aquitaine, i now realize…lol

Best answer:

Answer by DogPsych
Elizabeth the First every time! Enjoy!
Oh, and by the way, I have no idea why Americans insist on calling old-fashioned fairs “Faires” in the UK we always use the term “Fayre” as that’s what they were called.
It would be like spelling Shakespeare, “Sheik Spear”
A little grouchy on this point..;)

What do you think? Answer below!

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Who all is into Renaissance reenactment ?

by admin on December 28, 2013

Question by Cheri moya: Who all is into Renaissance reenactment ?
Is it a pretty big movement? Whats it all about? Is it a Pagan thing or just fun and frolic???? Qurious me

Best answer:

Answer by S. M.
I’m a total nerd for that stuff, but I don’t think it has anything to do with my pagan beliefs….

Give your answer to this question below!

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Cool Renaissance Costume images

by admin on May 16, 2013

Check out these renaissance costume images:

Renaissance Faire 2009
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Image by Parker Knight

Renaissance Faire 2009
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Image by Parker Knight

Renaissance Faire 2009
renaissance costume

Image by Parker Knight

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Cool Renaissance Wear images

by admin on May 6, 2013

Some cool renaissance wear images:

Knight circa 1290 to 1330 AD
renaissance wear

Image by One lucky guy
Posing outside the pavilion of some friends that happens to match my colors by no small coincidence.

Despite my forboding about the weather, the heavens smiled upon us this past Saturday. Perfect weather really, so I got a chance to go full-bore on the kit except for the great helm. I really enjoy reenactment events. Nobody cares if you draw your sword and wield it for patrons as I am doing in this photo.

This comment on reenactment events may seem rhetorical. My point is to contrast them with Renaissance Festivals where security guards affectionately known as "the white shirts" will descend upon you with walkie-talkies blaring should you dare to draw steel within the festival grounds. I have been chastized plenty in the past. Yes, I am a bad boy; always wanting to whip my sword out:)

That paternoster with the coral red beads on my belt is the latest addition to the kit; the medieval ancestor of modern rosary beads that would have been worn as display of religious devotion by all classes in the middle ages.

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