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.
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.
Originals by Kay — Mid-19th century clothing, undergarments, headwear, and accessories - men’s, women’s, children’s.
Period Corsets — Sells late 18th to early 20th century corsets, petticoats & chemises
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.
Timeless Stitches — Sells their own line of mid-19th century patterns for men, women & children. Also sellspremade items, such as bonnets, dresses, men’s clothing, etc.
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
Vollers Corsets — (UK) Corset making company in business since the 19th century. Most of the corsets they sell are modern, but they do have a selection of Victorian corsets.
Wooded Hamlet — Carries all-natural fiber trims: silk ribbon, braids, twill tape, hemp cord, bobbin lace, buttons, and more; boning; and needlework tools. Now carries cage crinoline kits (!!).