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.
Hand & Lock — (UK) Embroiderers to the Royal Family. Hand and custom embroidery. Military badges, sashes and more. Embroidery lessons.
Madova Glove — Located in Florence, Italy, this company manufactures hand-made leather gloves.
Otter Necessities — Custom leatherworking and costume accessories. Pouches, belts, bracers, book covers and more.
Padded Armour Company, The — (UK) “Bespoke, historically accurate and historically inspired arming doublets, gambesons, jupons, pourpoints, padded jacks, padded jackets, fencing doublets and other padded armour hand made entirely in the UK.”
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.
Renaissance DanceWear — Custom, high quality tights/hose (with & without codpiece), leotards, unitards, socks.
River Junction Trade Co. — 19th century clothes, boots & shoes for men & women. Accessories, such as holsters, chaps, saddle bags, luggage, and more.