Burgschneider takes medieval clothing essentials to the next level. Ideal for historical reenactments, medieval festivals, and costume use, Burgschneider brings versatile historical garb that will help you start your reenactment look or perfect the details of your fantasy persona. Shop medieval clothing basics like gowns, tunics, and pants for men, women and children alike made of high quality cotton. Then keep warm with hoods, cowls, and cloaks made of a wool blend. Add the subtle interest you need to make your historical outfit stand out with medieval overdresses, aprons, historical hats, and more featuring unique yet unobtrusive details and structuring to their designs. Begin your medieval outfit with ease when you choose items from Burgschneider or add authenticity and style to your already existing historical wardrobe.
Saint Bernulf was a 9th-Century Germanic bishop who is known for having died nobly for his cause. Those who wish to emulate such a steadfast spirit will benefit from adding the Bernulf Warrior Chausses to their medieval wardrobe.
The German name Brandolf translates roughly to wolf swordsman, reflecting that the bearer of the name is a ferocious fighter. The Brandolf Warrior Chausses are an excellent garment for those who wish to brandish their might.
The Middle Ages were a time of interesting fabric patterns and necklines that are still popular even to this day. The Classic Middle Ages Underdress recreates the garb of the period, reflecting the origins of some of these styles.
Winters are cold in Scandinavia. This means the best way to survive is to use layers. The Classic Viking Underdress combines functionality with authentic medieval style to provide a classy, humble piece of Viking underwear.
In the medieval winter, the best way to keep warm is to wear layers. Especially if you live in the woods and rely on trees to house you. The Elvish Fantasy Apron provides an outer layer that is sure to keep you cozy and stylish.
As you lead your army onto the battlefield, a thousand orcs rushing toward you, the last thing you want to worry about is tripping over your skirt. That is why you wore the always reliable and stylish Elvish Fantasy Battle Skirt.
In Norse mythology, Freya was the goddess of beauty and war. The Freya Viking Underdress brings these two vastly different concepts together in one classy garment, perfect for any medieval ensemble, be it noblewoman or Viking warrior.
Hibernus was a Latin word used to describe winter as well as to denote someone from Ireland. The Hibernus Medieval Hooded Cloak is perfect for winter wear, and it resembles those garments worn by the ancient Celtic people.
The first wife of Ragnar Lodbrok, Lagertha, was a fearsome warrior who later became the ruler of Norway. A powerful warrior like Lagertha would only be slowed down by a dress. For this reason, the Lagertha Viking Undertunic exists.
During the late Middle Ages, clothing was beginning to become more similar to the outfits worn today. The Late Medieval Blouse perfectly accentuates this gradual transition in style, borrowing elements from either era to make one shirt.
Before the puffy coats of the modern era or the woolen jackets of the 19th Century, there were other, more rudimentary ways to stay warm. One of these early coats has been beautifully recreated in the Late Medieval Hooded Wrap Dress.
Girl, this is the 14th Century, and you are a strong, independent woman warrior who dont need no misogynistic chivalric codes. Take up the sword and make your might and fierceness in combat known with the Medieval Battle Skirt.