Darcy Clothing — (UK) “Supplies accurate replicas of mens period clothing, largely made specially for us & taken directly from original garments to ensure authenticity.” Men’s collars, shirts, waistcoats, trousers, hats and more.
Dirty Billys Hats — 17th century thru Civil War hats, mostly men’s, but some women’s.
Garb the World — Ready-made & custom-made costumes for men & women. Clothing, shoes & accessories for many different periods: Ancient Greek & Egyptian, Saxon, Viking, Medieval, & Renaissance.
Gohn BrothersNew! — “Gohn Bros. Mfg. Co. has been described as an old fashioned department store, a mercantile store, a dry goods store, an Amish clothing and fabric store, a mail order company, manufacturer of "plain" denim pants, a quilt shop, and the local fabric store.” Amish and plain clothing, including broadfall drop front pants, suspenders, hats, plain bonnets, boots, etc. Lots of basic fabrics. They have a PDF version of their catalog available and take phone, mail and email orders.
Hat Cap Exchange — Besides several different kinds of top hats, also sells bonnets, caps, tricorns, and more.
Hat Crafters — Mostly men’s hats, with a good selection of top hats. Sells some hat blanks.
Hats by Leko — Sells fashion hats, finished and unfinished, straw, felt, and hatmaking tools, like steamers, pins, blocks, etc. Hat boxes, horsehair, ribbon, etc.
Hats in the Belfry — Has a good selection of modern men’s & women’s hats. Good selection of reasonably priced top hats.
History in the Making — 18th and 19th century men’s, women’s and children’s civilian and military costumes. Also hats, wigs and footwear.
Honri HatsUpdated! — (UK) Handmade hunt caps, tops hats and bowlers. Offers repair & refurbishment services. Also hat stretchers, bespoke hat band blocks, and vintage silk top hats. (Was the Silk Top Hat Company)
House of Nines Design — “House of Nines Design is an independent maker of foxy, high-quality headwear for stylish men and women.” They don’t make historical hats, but they do have some stylish, historically “inspired” designs.
Nehelenia PatternsUpdated! — Located in Germany. Carries patterns, accessories, millinery supplies, corset kits, and more. A very wide range of historical patterns by: Rocking Horse Farm • Period Impressions • Reconstructing History • Wingeo • Northern Society of Costume and Textiles • Truly Victorian • Recollections of J.P. Ryan • La Fleur de Lyse • Past Patterns • Margo Anderson • Buckaroo Bobbins • Laughing Moon • Kanniks Korner • Eva Dress • Fig Leaf • Eagle View • Smoke & Fire • Mill Farm • Arts &. Metiers • Sajou • Pattern Studio • Folkwear • Patterns of History • Mara Riley • Ageless Patterns • Scottish Patterns • Country Wives
Originals by Kay — Mid-19th century clothing, undergarments, headwear, and accessories - men’s, women’s, children’s.
Patey Hats — (UK) Many kinds of bespoke hats: top hats, bowlers, tricorne, equestrian, military, and more. Also offers refurbishment services.
Quartermaster General, The — This site specializes in items for 17th-early 19th century reenactors. Men’s & women’s clothing, headwear & footwear for the 18th-early 19th century period. Recreations of period furniture & household goods. Lots of interesting items that I haven’t seen elsewhere, like leather breeches, ruffled caps, and tall gaiters.
Revival Clothing — Very nice looking Medieval clothing, shoes and accessories for men & women.
Smoke & Fire — Specializes in colonial and early 19th century items: men’s & women’s clothing; shoes & boots; hats; accessories; etc. Carries their own line of 18th c. patterns, plus: Costume Connection • Eagle’s View • La Fleur de Lyse • Folkwear • JP Ryan • Kannik’s Korner • Mill Farm • Moi Randall • Patterns of History • Period Impressions • Period Patterns • Rocking Horse Farm.
That Way Hat — Sells new hats of various styles, including some vintage 19th & 20th century hats; also sells hat blanks and flowers.