|Size||Max. Chest Measurement||Max. Waist Measurement|
|One Size||50″ / 127 cm||50″ / 127 cm|
Linen blend colors: Black, Red, Gold, Green, Blue, Burgundy, Purple
Note: Please note, with the difficulty of accurately representing colors on a variety of monitors, the color names are meant as descriptions along with the swatches. Please use both when deciding on what color to order. Also, despite how the colors may appear on your monitor the same color names in Wool, Silk, Linen and Linen Blends are different and do not exactly coordinate.
The ubiquitous tunic extends back into antiquity and was the common over garment of lord and peasant alike for centuries. Even as the nobility began adopting more elaborate clothing in the 14th century, the simple tunic remained in use. This full, pullover tunic has short, ample sleeves and a round neckline. Depending on the wearer’s height, the tunic will fall between mid-thigh and knee-length.
This peasant wears a red Basics Short Sleeved Tunic along with his black Basics Hood. He finished off his very simple look with a black Decorated Belt, and Ankle Boots , and Brooch .
Right: This Gentlemen has opted for a much more simple look, donning only his red Short Sleeved Tunic, Belt, and Ankle boots.
Left: This fair Lady layers her blue Basics Tunic under her red Basics Short Sleeved Tunic. She covers her hair completely with a linen Turban. She completes her look with a Decorated Belt and Ankle Boots
This fair Maiden layers her blue Basics Tunic under her gold Basics Short Sleeved Tunic. She covers her hair completely with a linen Turban. She completes her look with a Decorated Belt and Ankle Boots
This peasant wears his Basics Short Sleeved Tunic under his green Chiton. He pins his Chiton in place with Metal Brooches, and ties a gold Tasseled Belt around his waist. He finished his look off with Ankle Boots
Anonymous (verified owner) –
These tunics are great–simple and versatile. I can confirm that they fit both someone who is 5’4” and someone who is 6’1”!