Need an inexpesive costume? Tabards are just the thing.
This two-color garment adds a Medieval touch to any outfit when worn over a shirt. Tabards were worn to designate which household or lord you were attached to. They were sometimes worn over armor to keep it from getting too hot. Servants and men-at-arms worn plain or two-tone tabards while knights wore heraldry on theirs.
The tabard is open on the sides and is held closed with a belt. This way it fits a wide range of sizes making it perfect for theater, weddings, music performance and other groups.
This garment is great as livery for all your household servants.
Sizes: Child Small, Medium, or Large.
Adult S (fits sizes Small to Large) or Adult X (fits sizes Extra-large to 3X). Choose your size by chest measurement.
Made of wrinkle-resistant twill. This item is pictured worn over a black Lord's Shirt. Shirt sold separately.