This Shirt and Sash were sold on Etsy.com
This Dark Red Ladies Pirate Shirt is a lovely find for any pirate lady or maiden.
Custom dyed fabrics were used for the shirt and sash.
The ruffled collar makes this a very elegant and pretty pirate style shirt.
The sash is made from a woven linen dusty rose fabric that have a dark green stripe woven into it.
The sash fabric is slightly aged to have a worn appearance.
This outfit is named Mary Read;
Inspired by the famous Lady Pirate
Ladies Pirate Shirt was a size M (10,12,14) However, it can be made in any size.
Pirate shirt is designed to have wearing ease and room throughout; the design is not intended to be tight.
Long loose sleeves tighten to fit with drawstrings made out of self fabric.
---The shirt measures as follows… laid out flat,--- For a size M
Shoulder to shoulder: 18inches
Top of shoulder to hem: 30inches
Sleeve Length: 25inches
(just the front, so the full circumference is 50inches)
The dress form in the picture is a size 10, 36 inch Bust
----The Sash measures as follows…laid out flat, ---
Full Length: 14 feet long (makes it nice for adjusting to waist sizes, can wrap around many times and tie in the twist knot like Jack's)
Full Width: 9 inches wide
Thank you for looking at my Etsy store… if you are interested in a custom made costume or special order please let me know and I would be happy to help you. Pirate costumes are my favorites and I am always happy to work out orders for fellow pirates.
Please note that my ideas and inspiration are often inspired by movie styles and ideas. I am not related with any film companies or costume shops. My costume work is inspired by styles, and they will be listed as such. I do not claim to have every detail exactly as the original. Thank you for your understanding.
Have a very nice day…
Thank you again for stopping by!
The bell has been raised
from it's watery grave...
Do you hear it's sepulchral tone?
We are a call to all,
pay head the squall
and turn your sail toward home!
Yo, ho, haul together,
hoist the colors high.
Heave ho, thieves and beggars,
never shall we die.
- a few lyrics from "Hoist the Colors" by Hans Zimmer
featured in POTC "At Worlds End"