Renaissance Wench Costume
Working in a tavern is much different these days than back in the Medieval times. For one, there aren't that many taverns! Sure, there are bars, there are dives, there are even inns. But the true-blue tavern has faded into the background. They are much fancier than back in the good old days when the floor was made of straw and the roof was made of. . . well, straw. Whether you are changing the grog kegs or you're running the joint, this outfit is perfect for any up and coming tavern wench. The top has the nostalgic puffed white sleeves that were all the rage in the time of knights and maidens in distress. The corseted look has ruffles along the low cut neckline is made of pretty French floral fabric. The trim on the sleeves match the maroon skit. You'll find the belt straps handy for the hard wench work that is no doubt in store, it happens to be pretty alluring too! Hmm, it's not often that fashion and function work together. Now all you've got to do it tie up your hair with the included scarf and you'll be bringing back that tavern look. So maybe you're planning one of those fancy time travel trips or maybe you're simply headed to a Renaissance fair, either way, people will know that you're the one to go to when they're looking to wet their whistle. So, make sure that grog room is fully stocked. It's time to bring back the good name of the classic ol' tavern!