NeckRiffshirt_left sleeve

Men’s Shirt with ruffs


Loose fitting, full length pants, perfect for tucking into boots or gatored off.  They are easy to wear with a simple drawstring waistband. Perfect for peasant and lower middle class attire or simply “knocking about the house” on the weekend.

Finished with 34″ inseam with a narrow hem. Please specify waist size.

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Product Description

NeckRiffshirt_left sleeveOur men’s shirt is based upon extant garments as seen in Janet Arnold’s Patterns of Fashion, vol. 4 and the meticulous work of The Tudor Tailor.  It is a loose fitting shirt with a stand collar and long sleeves finished into cuffs, with hand box-pleated ruffs at neck and wrists.  It is finished with hand-twisted 100% pearl cotton tie closures at the collar and cuffs.  This shirt is approximately 33-35 inches long from the center-back.

The shirt is suitable for 16th century Gentry and Noble class gentlemen.

It is fashioned in “bleached” 5.3 oz weight 100% Linen.  This fabric has a smooth look and tighter weave, and is neither sheer or heavy, but just the right in-between weight.   The color is best described as a soft white.

Additional Information

Weight 2 lbs
Men's shirt size

Extra Small (30-33), Small (34-36), Medium (37-40), Large (41-44), XL (45-48), 2X (49-52), 3X (53-56)