Pirates Shirts of the Golden Age

Havin' a good shirt is all part o' assemblin' the best pirate outfit! Arrr shirtsbe authentic to the 15th Century-18th Century. Prior to the Napoleonic Era, many shirts did not feature prominent collars, n' consistently they were long sleeved regardless o' the climate ye foundyarself in.

They were also baggy n' loose. We still make'em this way to give ye the most authentic outfit. There were other drastically different fashion styles from this time period, it was normalfer men to have their own wigs n' heeled footwear. Heelsfer example helped ye ride a horse, n' even if ye didn't have a horse it was in style partiallyfer that reason. Shirts would have as many ruffles as possible! To guarantee accuracy we have a large rack o' ruffly shirtsferyar outfit.

As far as shirts go, itbecustom at Pirate Fashions to pick a Piratical Style- Rough or Fancy. We don't recommend goin'fer somethin' in between as the outfit pieces begin to clash.  The Rough lookbe goodfer the piratewhose been lost at sea or down on his luck, while the Fancy Pirate wears their wealth n' consorts with governors. Ruffled shirts would be part o' the Fancy Pirate's Garb.

All ofarrr clothing has its own washing instructions! Have a care when ye browse Arrr stock!

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