Re: [TheCostumersManifesto] Renaissance shirts and blouses
- I've been to their store,it being located in Tucon and I being an hour
drive from there. They are very nice people that are happy to serve you.
There sewing room is to die for, it is sooooo nice. Anyway we have bought
several things from them and have no complaint. Take care Peggy
--- Joannah Hansen <Joannah@...> wrote:
> Have a look at http://www.renstore.com . They have a 'Renaissance__________________________________
> Shirt' which looks really nice, although it isn't what I would call
> cheap at $69.95US. As far as I am aware, Renstore have a good reputation
> - they even managed to send $1000.00(AUD)-oddsworth of very *eclectic*
> order to my husband and I in Brisbane, Australia, correct and undamaged.
> (Try explaining what a Main Gauche is to a Customs Officer - I think we
> made their day interesting the day we picked up that parcel.)
> The rest of their site is worth having a look at, too. Some of the other
> clothing they stock may be suitable for you as well.
> Anyway, best of luck with your show. Hope this was helpful.
> --- "~lisa.s" <llsturts@...> wrote:
> For an upcoming show, I need quite a few Renaissance style shirts and
> blouses. I'm basically a costume shop of one, I thought to purchase
> these items instead of making them and save my time for the outer wear.
> Since the period is "Storybook Gothic" authenticity is not a priority.
> Anyone have any recommendations of a vendor? Especially one that will
> work with purchase orders.
> Thanks for the info.
> * llsturts@...
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