A man's brocade tunic for pre-16th c. style.
This brocade tunic flatters every male figure from Jack Spratt to Falstaff. The v-shaped yolk give the broad-shouldered look of a fighting man. The front and back of the tunic are split to make mounting a horse easier. This can be worn with or without a shirt underneath. Pictured here with the Renaissance Shirt.
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Brocade A24 not available for this item