Runa dress - for children
Since you can remember, you have been training to become a lady. You wear your Runa Dress, learning the art of needlework and etiquette from your caregiver...and sometimes even from your mother and the ladies of the court.
Today you are elegantly dressed and at work on a particularly gorgeous stitching. It is one of the rare occasions you keep company with your mother, and she leans over to give your work special praise. How proud you are!
Epic Armoury’s Dress Runa is a sleeveless overdress with a scoop neckline and large window armholes. Designed to be pulled on top of an inner slip such as a Children’s Shift or Children’s Dress, the Runa Dress adds layering while still allowing you to show-off your entire costume. Made from comfortable yellow and red cotton, this dress is designed to be both comfortable and impressive.
The Runa dress is designed with plenty of room and loose fabric, and will suit your child in most medieval settings.
- Medieval children often wore the same fashions as adults until the 16th- and 17th-centuries
- Sideless surcoats were popular women’s fashion during the 14th- and 15th centuries
- Affordable, personalized costume interchangeable with all other Epic Armoury gear
- 100% natural materials
- Made from fabrics manufactured locally
- Handmade by qualified professional. Measurements are approximations and may vary.
This medium cotton product is soft to the touch, but heavier than light cotton. This material wrinkles easily, but can be ironed on a medium heat level.
Natural leather products are very durable, but require regular maintenance with leather care products to stay flexible and to increase
It is best to start cleaning leather from the most delicate measures possible. Therefore, use a damp cloth with a little soap. If this is not enough - use a hard brush to remove dirt. Remove the soap with a separate damp cloth to wipe away any soap residue, and then use a dry cloth to wipe away the remaining water from the leather. Let it dry completely before the next maintenance step.
Always keep the leather maintenance after cleaning, because the soap will remove some of its natural oils. Apply mink oil, olive oil or professional lanolin-based fats to clean leather using a clean cloth, gently rubbing a small amount of fat with circular movements. Wait for the fat to soak in the leather, then use a clean cloth to clog the residue. For maintenance, you can also use beeswax by heating it to a liquid state and applying it to the leather. Remember that the leather so preserved will be harder and significantly darken what sometimes is the desired effect.
- Ready For Battle
- Polyester cotton