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Wench Blouse & Tops at Renaissance Outfits Becoming Fashion Statements

Renaissance Outfits is the clothing portal that deals in the renaissance age and the medieval era

Jan. 25, 2013 - PRLog -- Renaissance Outfits is the clothing portal that deals in the renaissance age and the medieval era. It has also launched the category named “Wench Blouses & Tops”, which comprises of the female outfits of peasants or pirates of the medieval era.

This category is under the Women’s Clothing section of http://www.renaissance-outfits.com (http://www.renaissance-outfits.com/). The peasant clothing available under this category belonged to the labor class people of the medieval times, also known as serfs. The peasants would do the hard work, and they were supposed lowest social order in the society. But, still their dresses are supposed to be the fashion trends in the recent times. Susanna Peasant Blouse and Richenda Ruffled Blouse etc. are some of the peasant outfits available at the website.

On the other hand, the pirate community belonged to the sea rovers of the medieval era and the subsequent centuries. These people would loot the treasure ships, and this was their only occupation. Interestingly, there were some female pirates also active across the seas. Anne Bonny and Mary Read are the two famous names of the female freebooters. The blouses named in pirate styles named after some famous freebooter can also be found on this website. Some of the names of the famous outfits include Awilda Striped Blouse, Ayleth Blouse and a lot more. This website contains many other medieval and renaissance clothes in the beautiful styles.

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