Add extra detail and authenticity to your medieval look with our medieval clothing accessories. You may have your medieval shirts, pants, tunics, dresses, and skirts ready, but do not forget to check this category for the extra pieces you need to really make your look stand out. Shop here for medieval aprons, medieval sleeves, medieval leg wraps, and more for wearing as part of costumes, Renaissance fair looks, and reenactment outfits. We carry medieval dress and skirt aprons, Viking winingas, detached medieval sleeves, and more in this ever growing category. Be sure to take a look and find the medieval accessory you might be missing!
During a historical reenactment or when adventuring in LARP territory, let all know where your allegiance lies. Display the chosen colors, and reveal fidelity to a medieval faction or kingdom with the Anton Two Color Belt Badge.
When LARPing or participating in a historical reenactment, let everyone know where your allegiance lies. Display the chosen colors, and reveal fidelity to a medieval faction or kingdom with the Anton Two Color Squared Belt Badge.
Any adventurer knows that there are few things as obnoxious as an open sleeve cuff getting in the way of the hand, impeding combat or climbing. Luckily, the Canvas Hamond Arm Wraps are here to guard against exactly that issue and more!
When you are running through the forest trying to escape the enemy, the last thing you want is to trip on your pants or leave a blood trail from your bramble-beaten shins. This is exactly what the Canvas Hamond Leg Wraps are here for!
If you think of Tudor England, those puffy frill collars certainly come to mind. Originally made to enforce posture, they later became symbols of wealth. With the Elizabethan Ruff Collar, you can look just as regal without the stiffness.
In the medieval winter, the best way to keep warm is to wear layers. Especially if you live in the woods and rely on trees to house you. The Elvish Fantasy Apron provides an outer layer that is sure to keep you cozy and stylish.
The Norse goddess Freya ruled over beauty and love. Few things enhance superficial beauty like style, and for their time, the Vikings had lots of style. This is exemplified in the Freya Viking Apron Dress, based on classic Viking wear.
No matter where a noble quest leads you, let all within the LARP kingdom be certain of your allegiance. In the midst of a battle or while journeying through the realm, reveal fidelity to your faction with the George Canvas Belt Badge.
Gyda Eiriksdatter was a Norse queen who pushed Harold Fairhair to unite all of Norway under one ruler. A noble task like that requires power, poise, and hard work. The Gyda Eiriksdatter Viking Apron Dress reflects each of these qualities.
Clothing in the late Middle Ages gradually became less about function and more about fashion. Even the Scandinavian Vikings began to wear stylish decorative garments, one of which has been recreated in the Late Medieval Wrap Belt.
For the young maiden who enjoys a historical frolic into a medieval kingdom, or a fanciful adventure within a LARP realm, the Lisbeth Girls Canvas Apron offers durability and style when combined with an appropriately themed dress or tunic.
The apron has enjoyed popularity for centuries, both because it protects the body or clothing and because it provides aesthetic pleasure. The Medieval Apron replicates one of the earliest incarnations of this garment in lovely detail.