- Renaissance-style costume featuring long-sleeve dress with puffed shoulder, contrast trim on bodice and square neckline, and split skirt with contrast underlay
- Finger loops on sleeves
- Headpiece with veil
2B Adult Costume
List Price: $ 74.99
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- Includes velvet lace-up front gown with embroidered ribbon
- Size is medium large 10/14
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Fun World deluxe renaissance lady medium/large
List Price: $ 52.99
- 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
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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
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!
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
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!