|Size||Max. Chest Measurement||Max. Waist Measurement||Length|
|One Size||54″ / 137 cm||50″ / 127 cm||51″ / 130 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.
From late Antiquity through the early 14th century, the basic ensemble for both men and women, all levels of society was a basic long tunic or dress. It was often worn under a second, colored tunic or surcoat. Only size, fullness of cut, sumptuousness of fabric and detail of decoration denoting any real difference in status. In the 11th century the tunic began to grower longer and fuller, a trend that continued with the ankle-length bliauts and dalmatics that were popular with men in the 12th century. We have chosen to produce a unisex style of long, shaped but flowing tunic that was popular for a variety of time periods. This tunic a comfortable garment that can be worn by itself or under a supertunic, short tunic or surcoat.
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