Ages of Elegance — (UK) Specializes in the “manufacture of historical clothing for Weddings, Museums, Collectors and Re-enactors worldwide.” Men’s & women’s medieval, Tudor, Stuart, 18th century, Regency, & Victorian.
Blanche’s Place — Men’s and women’s “vintage inspired” clothing & costumes: Renaissance, Steampunk, Victorian and Old West.
Blanket Brigade — Witney blankets for reenactors. Civil War and French-Indian War costumes. Native America buckskin clothing.
C & D Jarnagin Company — Men’s uniforms and accoutrements for French & Indian War, Revolutionary War, and Civil War reenactment.
CosProp — (UK) YUMMY! Costumiers to theatre, film and television. 16th through early 19th century costume reproductions. Hats & shoes, too.
G. Gedney Godwin — 18th century militaria – clothing, hats, wigs, musket, etc. Some women’s clothing.
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.
History in the Making — 18th and 19th century men’s, women’s and children’s civilian and military costumes. Also hats, wigs and footwear.
Jas. Townsend & Sons — 18th & 19th c. items for reenactors – clothing, hats, camp gear, tents, books, knives, etc.
Jurnecka Creations — Custom made corsets, historical and fantasy clothing, for men & women.
Just Two Tailors — Custom 18th century men’s & women’s clothing, hats & accessories.
Maggie May Clothing — Beautiful custom-made women’s and children’s clothing and hats from 1800-1920.
Northwest Traders — Carries a large selection of items for “the western mountain man, voyageur of the north, eastern longhunter, Native American or military from the French and Indian Wars to the Civil war” re-enactment. Carries some patterns.
Premier Designs Historical Clothing — Men’s and women’s Victorian and Edwardian costumes. They offer interesting items, such as swimwear, servant’s uniforms, collars, and more.
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.
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.
Spencer’s Mercantile — 18th and 19th century costume accessories & patterns for re-enactors. Pattern lines carried include: Country Wives • Kanniks Korner • Smoke and Fire • Sense and Sensibility • Daffodown Dilly • The Mantua Maker
Sykes Sutlering — Sells patterns, costumes, musketry, and fencing equipment. Pattern lines include: La Fleur de Lyse • Margo Anderson • Period Patterns • Reconstructing History
Twin Roses Designs — Medieval thru 20th c. costumes, though mostly renaissance – carries some clasps & trim.
Very Merry Seamstress — Very beautiful custom made costumes: Tudor, Elizabethan, Celtic, Italian & German Renaissance, custom ruffs, corsets, Steampunk & “budget ren faire attire.” Men’s, women’s & children’s
Vintage Trends — Lots of 20th century vintage clothing, especially army/navy surplus clothing.
Zdenka — Custom theatrical costumes, uniforms and non-costume clothing. Also a book with pattern on 18th c. corset.