Viking females wore a wide range of clothings, depending on where and when they lived. Styles were similar to
the Teutonic Iron Age. Costumes usually had several layers, including a long sleeved underdress. Over the underdress
were worn several different items, including tunics with 1/2 sleeves, tube dresses, aprons, and cloaks. Trim was often
added, traditionally made from card (or tablet) weaving. Card Woven Belts of trim were also worn. A kerchief was commonly
worn matching either underdress or overdress.
We offer several styles of Viking Clothes.
Viking Female Special - Complete Outfit.
Overtunic with Sleeves
Overtunic without Sleeves
This is an Anglo-Saxon costume.