Phillip the Good Doublet VL-PHIL
King Henry may have taken his cue from this robust doublet. This outfit is a reproduction of one worn by Phillip the Good, Duke of Burgundy from 1419 to 1467. (We accented it with woven instead of fur.) Trim will vary. In the painting, Phillip wears a belt, simple poufy shirt, hosen (tights), a wide necklace, and tops it off with a turban. We recommend wearing with the Classic Renaissance Shirt, our Ring belt, and hosen for a true 15th century look. You can also wear with breeches and hosen or substitute the hosen with long socks to wear under the breeches.