- Premium polysuede material, fully lined with all edges fully attached
- One piece, one-sized, overhead design and open sides
- Sleeveless, v-shaped neckline
- Long string to go around the waist as a separate belt alternative
- Available in solid black and other two-color vertical split options
- Historical attire for Renfairs, fantasy convention, cosplay, LARP and reenactments
A tabard is a type of short coat worn by European men in the late Middle Ages and early Modern periods. Inspired by the time period, this long, elegant, single-piece costume is made from a polysuede material and then fully lined with a black liner for additional elegance, comfort, and overall looks. The lining is fully attached along the front and back seams, at the bottom hem, and at the neckline. It is sleeveless and has a v-shaped neckline. The tabard is one-size and is open on the sides. It features a long string to go around the waist, which gives it the option to be worn without an additional belt. Such design allows you to accessorize and personalize this simple yet elegant tabard exactly how you’d like! The design and premium materials used for the construction of the tabard make it incredibly easy to wear; simply put it on over the head through the round neck, tie it up with the string around your waist, and you are set to go!
The tabard comes in three front colors: Burgundy-black, Black-black, and Royal Blue-black. The back color is always black, as is the lining.
If you’d like to go one step further, add one of our matching hats to complete the look, and/or get our 3-piece Renaissance outfit to combine the pieces (i.e., use the breaches and the poet shirt) to get different looks for different events and many years to come.
One-size: Shoulder to shoulder across the back: 24″, neck width: 10.5″, front length: 36″, back legth: 43″, attached string length: 75″, width: 2″
For international buyers: 1″ is equal to 2.54 cm.