White linen chemise is an obvious undergarment for every medieval or Renaissance costume. This one is designed after 15th century Burgundian and French sources - you can find lots of similar chemises on images from the Duc de Berry's 'Très Riches Heures' and on Rogier van der Weyden paintings. Chemise with narrow sleeves should be worn underneath the traditional peasant and townswomen's dress (kirtle).
This chemise is sewn after graphic and archeological sources' patterns. It's made of linen and has a rather low neckline both on the front and on back. It also has two short cuts down the both sides seams.
There are different sizes available. You can also choose its colour, length, front and back decollete deep and other options setting a custom order.
This chemise is made of 100% natural white linen. It will look perfect with the upper dress or can be used like a separate item.