Medieval and Renaissance wardrobes made great use of noblemens doublets, period vests, and other medieval jackets, making them an important part of our clothing selection here at Medieval Collectibles. The doublet was generally accepted male fashion for most of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Designed to be worn as an undergarment, it soon became the main upper body wear for men. The doublet could be unadorned for everyday wear or fancier for special occasions. Normally period coats and medieval vests were meant for the upper classes, but they were also used to stay warm during the winter months. Whether you are aiming to resemble a peasant or a nobleman, we have the perfect option for you out of our leather jerkins, Scottish doublets, serf doublets, Renaissance vests, suede coats, royal doublets, and more. Our Renaissance doublets, period jackets, and noblemen vests are made with great quality materials and workmanship that will make them a part of your wardrobe for years to come. Wear them to the Renaissance fair, an SCA event, or for a Medieval style wedding.
The 17th Century Buff Coat makes the perfect option for warriors re-enacting the Golden Age, Thirty Years War, or the English Civil War. Often worn beneath armour, historical buff coats were typically donned by cavalry and officers.
Also called a buff jerkin, the historical buff coat was developed from leather jerkins worn by soldiers during the Tudor era. The 17th Century Sleeveless Buff Coat makes a great option for LARP events and historical re-enactments.
An excellent addition to any Renaissance outfit, the Abraxas Duster Coat is great for wearing over robes and other historic garb. Fastened at the neck with a single button, this coat features a hood and a stylish shoulder cape.
As you infiltrate the city, you pass by the guards unnoticed in your Altair Assassins Long Vest. You find your target as he enters his hideout, flanked by henchmen. Only a fool would walk in the front door, but someone left a window open.
Bring your adventure loving character to life when you dress in the Aramis Doublet! With a rich, musketeer look about it, this medieval doublet is sure to come with incredible journeys and adventures, all while fashionably styled!
Versatility is the name of the game when it comes to this elegant vest. After all, the Aramis Doublet features a look, a cut, and a style that fits perfectly into just about any time frame, allowing anyone to look regal and dashing.
A forester needs the right gear and clothing. The Bowen Suede Jerkin is a great jacket for roaming ancient woods during the Dark Ages or Renaissance. This jacket is ideal for layering and creating a fantasy or reenactment costume.
Every reenactor should have access to a doublet of some kind, especially since they were a common garment of the medieval and Renaissance era. This Classic Renaissance Doublet is not only affordable, but handsome and versatile.
Add distinguished style to your historical reenactment or fantasy look with the Cotton Twill Renaissance Doublet. Made of closely woven cotton twill and lined with satin, this front-lacing top suits various characters and settings.
The design of the Damask Renaissance Doublet makes it seem like a traditional doublet from the eras of antiquity. However, what separates this doublet from its ancestors is the quality of the material and the design it features.
Simplicity is not always a bad thing. In the Duke's Vest, simplicity is an advantage that is almost unbeatable. This sleek vest is not meant only for antiquated styles of clothing, as it can be used in countless ways to great effect.
The doublet was a common piece of attire in its day. It was not worn only by royalty and aristocracy. Doublets, such as the Explorer's Doublet, were worn by common people in need of an extra layer or additional function in their attire.