Burgundian Gown

The Burgundian Gown was worn in Western Europe in the 15th century. This is one of the more popular styles for historical clothing because if its flattering neckline and beautiful train. This style was used for several of Danielle's gowns in the movie Ever After. If you don't want to trim with fur, two beautiful (and period!) alternatives are velvet or brocade. Price range $325.00 and up


Vivianne - This black brocade burgundian gown with an 18 inch train is trimmed with black rabbit fur. The gown is fully-lined. The front inset placket is red silk, and the gown laces up the back.
Vivianne - $650.00 as shown.

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Madeleine - The black and silver brocade gown pictured at left is trimmed with black faux fur at the collar and cuffs, and all the way around the hem. This fully-lined gown has a 30 inch train, and laces up the back. Madeleine - $800.00 as shown.


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Jeanne - The blue cotton gown shown here is trimmed with blue and white brocade at the collar, bodice seam,  and cuffs. This French-style gown has a lined bodice, unlined skirt and sleeves, a 12 inch train, and laces up the back.
Jeanne - $325.00 as shown.


Perfect for a day at the renaissance fair!

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We can make any desired changes to the design, color, or materials of the garments shown,
and all garments are made to your measurements, not some generic “size”.

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