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Sunday, August 14, 2005

Celtic Dress

Introduced in the late 1400's, this festive dress may still be seen in Europe today. The boned front lacing and the shoulder ties make it easy to fit and wear.

Wear it with our contrasting petticoat (included with dress) and Celtic Chemise (not included). Choose from either the cotton velveteen dress or the plaid dress (100% cotton), both with a cotton petticoat.

Machine wash, tumble dry cool.

Celtic Dress

Celtic Dress

Size Chart:
Man Shirts:
S(36"-38"), M(40"-42"), L(44"-46"), XL(46"-52")

S/M (52" chest), L/XL (57"chest)
S(42" chest), M(46" chest), L(50" chest), XL(54" chest)
S(36-38), M(40-42), L(44-46), XL(48-50)

Ladies Dresses:
S/M (32"-38"), L/XL (40"-48")
S(6-8), M(10-12), L(14-16), XL(18-20)

Swordswomen Shirts:
S(8-10), M(14-18)

S/M (32"-36" bust), L/XL (38"-42" bust)
S/M(6-12), L/XL(14-20)


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