The Ol’Rowdy’s Inn by tuskarsart on deviantART
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Showing off the Renaissance/Steampunk shirt I have available in my Etsy. It’s a pretty classic design that I think works very well for many types of costumes, everything from the medieval to the late steampunk Victorian, underneath a waistcoat, for example. This version has hooks and eyes at the sleeves and at the neck, though I’ve made similar ones with button closures before. The buttons actually work better for this type of shirt… It’s sewn in 100% Osnaburg cotton, and is slightly thicker than muslin, so you don’t get that threadbare see-through effect that you get with a lot of cheaper Renaissance/pirate shirts. It’s an off-white cream color that looks great.
The style of shirt is intended to be fuller and with more volume, hence the big sleeves, though it’s entirely possible to make a tighter fit as well.
Find it at greyedout.etsy.com
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Doing a bit of self-promotion. The kilt is a Workman’s utilikilt in black, the boots are Doc Marten’s, and the shirt is sewn at home by me. I find them to be really comfortable, and they make great shirts for Renaissance Fairs, conventions, Halloween, or even everyday wear. The one I have on is 100% cotton, sized in an XL. It is available on my Etsy, which can be found at etsy.com/shop/greyedout - I’d like to focus more on period-inspired clothing, but right now I have a lot of miniature houses and drawstring dice bags and purses available. Sewing and creating - it’s what I do.