Guinevere's Dream Costume - Jackets and Jerkins
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In the later medieval period, clothing for men changed, hem lines became shorter and a new garment called the doublet was introduced.  The doublet later developed into the jacket that we still wear today.

Long over-garments were still popular, but now they became split up the front to form a long coat. 

Jackets and coats take longer to make than earlier medieval clothing and are therefore more expensive.

Below are some of the coats and jackets we have made in the past.


Tudor Man's Doublet designed for Past Images - York
Fabrics Used: Brocade, Lace, Cord and Braid

Tudor Man's Gown (worn over a Doublet) designed for Past Images - York
Fabrics Used: Cotton Velvet, Faux Fur and Braid

Tudor Doublet
Fabrics Used: Lycra Velvet, Braid and Lace

Early Tudor Long Coat
Fabrics Used: Wool

Oberon in Silver
Fabrics Used: Fake Suede and Leatherette

Oberon in Silver
Fabrics Used: Fake Suede and Leatherette

Robin Hood Prince of Thieves
Fabrics Used: Fake Suede, Leatherette and Metal Studs

Doublet for Paul
Fabrics Used: Silk Brocade

Jerkin
Fabrics Used: Cotton (shirt) and Leatherette (Jerkin)

Legolas
Fabrics Used: Fake Suede, Cotton and Suede

Elizabethan Jerkin and shirt
Fabrics Used: Fake leather, velvet, braid; shirt in silk

Elizabethan Jerkin with attached sleeves
Fabrics Used: Velvet, braid; sleeves in silk

Merlin
Fabrics Used: Velvet and Satin

Elrond
Fabrics Used: Lycra Velvet and Satin

19th Century Coat
Fabrics Used: Wool

19th Century Coat
Fabrics Used: Wool

  

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