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Costume “Sunshine Janet”

Medieval women's tunic and surcoat set

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27 of July 2022

I absolutely LOVED this attire, and lost my set in a recent move, was hoping to replace. Will this costume set be returning (I see the tunic is available but not the surcoat)? Or is it retired and will not be restocked?

ArmStreet Team

Hello, we do not make this set anymore but we appreciate your feedback. 

14 of November 2017



Thanks! :)

Dawn Johnson
15 of March 2017

Hello, I am considering ordering the Sunshine Janet costume - it asks for measurements, but in the 'text' description it refers to 'sizes' that will have darts. Is this a 'custom' outfit, or just sized in regular sizes. I have no idea what dress size I am but can give measurements :)

ArmStreet team

The set goes in custom size, it will be made according to your measurements, but if your chest circumference is bigger than 39 in (100 cm) we`ll add the darts to achieve better fitting.

21 of December 2015

Hello, I am interested in this with a burgundy surcoat, which trim would you suggest for that? And would I be able to get the tunic with blue trim still, if the burgundy surcoat has a different trim? I wanted to wear it with another dress, too.

ArmStreet team

Burgundy surcoat will look great both with red and brown trim, the samples are attached below.

Sure, the tunic and surcoat can be made with trim of different colors, simply mention preferable trims in a comment to your order.


Freya Shipley
10 of January 2015

Hello, I'm very interested in your beautiful "Sunshine Janet" set. I'm officiating a wedding in the spring, and I think this might be just the thing to wear. Would it be possible for you to send me photos of some of the other tunic/surcoat color combinations? I'd especially like to see combinations of orange, midnight, green, brown, and natural. I'm having trouble picturing them in my head. Also, how is the wine color different from the burgundy? Thank you, -Freya

ArmStreet team

Usually we make photo shoots of our items only in one basic color, so unfortunately there are no such pictures, sorry.

Wine red color is brighter and warmer. Burgundy color is more dull and cool shade, it is closer to purple and brown. Here is an example of wine red dress and burgundy dress for comparison.

24 of August 2014

Does the Medieval Flax Linen Tunic and Surcoat Costume Set "Sunshine Janet" come in a standard size?

ArmStreet team

The tunic is available in fixed sizes, surcoat and full set can be made to order only.

Lanie Breazeale
29 of May 2014

Hello, I was wondering what dresses you would suggest for a pregnant woman? Thank you, Lanie

ArmStreet team

We recommend dresses with high waist, such as Franks dress and German kirtle, or dresses with side lacing: "White Swan", "Chess Queen", or "Lady Hunter".
Please add a few inches to your current waist size and chest size when ordering, since the seamstresses can't predict your future size after a few months of pregnancy :)

31 of October 2012

Can I ask a Costuming Question? why no hoops/farthingale? They ARE period correct and I've seen a myriad of SCAdians not wearing hoops. It totally deters from the required silhouette of a Tudor Lady. As a Historical Costumefreak, I cringe every time I see the lack of hoops. Please don't take this as anything but a curiousity. The garb itself is gorgeous but I wonder why people don't finish' them by adding a farthingale?

ArmStreet team

We're not against the hoops))
This garb belongs to the earlier period than the Tudors dress.

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