Faire Ladies, Faire Lords — Renaissance, Elizabethan and Medieval costumes for men and women. Besides English costume pieces, also sells Irish dresses and Ionars. They also have a wholesale business MLH Designs.
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.
Historic Enterprises — 11th -16th century men’s and women’s costumes. Sells beautiful smocks with blackwork embroidery, stockings, garters, hoods, coifs, shoes, boots, pattens, belts, etc.. Also sells armour, badges, buckles, coins, cutlery, lights, medals, pottery and more.
Hooded Hare, The — Men’s and women’s Medieval and Renaissance costumes: tunics, apron dresses, hoods, cloaks, and more.
Inner Bailey — Medieval and Renaissance leather goods: belts, bracers, frogs, baldrics, armour, helms, clothing and more.
Medeltidsmode — (In Swedish) Medeltidsmode means “medieval fashion” and this site carries medieval era items like patterns, hats, and jewelry. Also wool, linen, silk and other fabrics, plus leather and fur. The home page has a link to info in English explaining how to navigate the site.
Pillaged Village, TheUpdated! — Medieval thru 17th century: Patterns, trim, agilets, clasps, frogs, buckles, pennanulars, jewelry. books, pre-made garb, etc. Geared toward re-enactors and SCA folks. As of Oct 2017, website seems to be down; they also have a Facebook page.
Revival Clothing — Very nice looking Medieval clothing, shoes and accessories for men & women.