Renaissance Lady Costume
These beautiful costumes will transform you into an authentic Renaissance villager, peasant, or noble woman. There are many lovely costumes for women and girls, whether you’re looking for a Maid Marian costume, a Juliet costume, or even a Renaissance wench costume.
We absolutely love this costume! (But then we love classic romances like Brigadoon.)
This exquisitely detailed outfit would be an excellent choice for a Halloween party or Renaissance Faire …. or even a theme wedding. The Brigadoon costume includes a long sleeve white peasant shirt with lace edging on the neckline and sleeves, with an attached black skirt.
The costume also includes a light brown lace-up vest and a red, green and gold plaid overskirt. A black fringed handbag completes this beautiful maiden costume.
This graceful and comfortable dress will make you feel so pretty!
The Maid Marian ensemble includes a light blue crushed velvet gown that features an ornate Renaissance design in the center of the bodice and on the sleeve puffs, glittering gold lace trim along the square neckline and maroon accents on the attached belt and arm gauntlets.
A blue and gold headpiece featuring an iridescent organza veil completes this lovely look.
You’ll feel like royalty in this absolutely gorgeous costume.
Ah, the fair Juliet! This is a very pretty costume for a girl who wants to be Juliet (or any Renaissance princess).
The Juliet Child Costume includes a deep blue crushed velvet dress with shimmering gold trim on the bodice and sleeves, and a matching blue and gold headpiece.
Renaissance Fairs (also called Renaissance Faires, or Renaissance Festivals) are very popular in the United States. Most of them, which are held outdoors, are set during the Elizabethan era and include lots of costumed entertainers, musical and theatrical acts, art and handicrafts for sale, and festival food. (Not to mention jousting, swordplay, stocks and pillories.)
American-style Renaissance Fairs are a unique combination of amusement park, shopping mall, and historical reenactment … you’d wonder how William Shakespeare would feel about them. We think the Will Shakespeare imagined by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard (in Shakespeare in Love, one of our favorite movies ever) would enjoy them.