Medieval XIV Century Chemise
Exclusive underdress w/ adjustable neck
Medieval XIV Century Style Chemise
Exclusive underdress with adjustable neckline
Our ancestors used chemises like this as the main element of their underwear. It is loose and fluent. The chemise is made of thin softened linen so you may wear any kind of dress over it - the thin fabric will not roughen overdress silhouette.
There is a drawstring in a collar so you may adjust decollete depth. Straight sleeves also give enough flexibility for your arms. There is a tiny eyelet in a shoulder seam which can be used to lace a biceps or upper part of a sleeve. On the front part of the chemise, there are pleats pinched on their top which emphasize trapezoidal silhouette of a chemise.
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- Trapezoidal silhouette
- Adjustable neckline
- Pinched decorative pleats
- Lace-up sleeves
- Thin natural flax linen