Spring is here, which means it's also Renaissance Faire season! The annual Renaissance Pleasure Faire is making its return to the Los Angeles area this weekend and will run every weekend for the next month. There will be plenty of activities to partake in, from beer crawls to carnival games and rides to tea with the queen and more! You’ll also be able to feast like a king with a variety of culinary delights. They even have special days designated for mash-ups with other historical genres such as Pirate Day and Steampunk Day. If you and your family are planning a visit to this year’s festival, why not go in style? We have plenty of renaissance and medieval costumes for the whole family, so you can revel in the entire experience. Check out these costume ideas for your upcoming trip!
The king of the castle should most definitely dress the part! At your next visit to the Renaissance Faire, you can don a majestic king costume and let everyone know that you are in charge. Our King Arthur costume comes complete with a crown, gauntlets and leg guards to make you look like a noble and heroic leader.
Have your lady accompany you as a courtly queen with this beautiful maiden costume. With its gorgeous details, she will look like a magnificent beauty.
Put your little prince in a costume that will match his pace like this gallant knight costume. With the help of his imagination, he can fearlessly battle armies, slay dragons, and rescue maidens as a knight in shining armor!
Lastly, for your miniature maiden, she can join the royal court in this lovely ensemble. It’s on clearance too, so you’ll be getting a great deal on a beautiful costume!
With the whole family in costume, it will feel as if you've transported yourselves into a different time period! So don’t wait. Shop for your own historical look and you’ll be ready to dive right into the medieval times. For more renaissance costume ideas, be sure to visit PureCostumes.com. Don’t forget to also follow us on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest news and updates. Until next time, we bid thee farewell!
Labels: Costume Ideas, Group Costumes, Renaissance and Medieval