Linen Shirt XVIII – B2

Linen Shirt XVIII – B2

45.00 76.00 

The cut is comparatively simple, pleated under the neck and on the wrists. That’s why it is fastened at the neck and cuffs.

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One of the basic garments of every reenactor. This type of shirt was popular in 18th century. The cut is comparatively simple, pleated under the neck and on the wrists. That’s why it is fastened at the neck and cuffs. Moreover, it has high stand-up collar that you can see on the picture. The shirt itself is quite long, because, according to many historical sources, underpants were rarely worn.

  • Standard version is sewn from natural linen of denisty: 180 g/m2.
  • White linen as well as other colours and fabrics are available on request.
  • Shirts for armies were sawn from whiten linen but remember that even natural linen will get lighter after some time due to sunshine and water.
  • In case you need larger sizes than standard ones, we sew up to your measure which costs 15% extra.

Like all our clothing it can be hand or machine stiched. However, we always follow the principle to finish visible elements manually.

Weight0,4 kg
Dimensions30 × 30 × 5 cm

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