Oh, the Renaissance fair! Or should we say…the Renaissance Faire. That looks better. You can have a ton of good times at these blast from the past festivals of food and fun and other things that don’t start with “f”. There’s always mutton chops and ale to consume, as well as other local delicacies of the past. We’d particular recommend you try the shepherd’s pie if you can find a good vendor offering it. Then there’s the comedy teams, or jesters, anxious to bring follies and laughs to the crowd of wanderers. And don’t forget the dragons. You simply must find a good dragon, whether it’s molded from steel or forged onto the end of a blade.The thing about these Renaissance festivals is…you really need a good outfit to enjoy them to their fullest. Sure, you CAN show up in shorts and a t-shirt, but you might get some confused looks from the people who’ve never seen such strange garments…they might wonder “could they be cursed?” We wouldn’t want you to go through such an ordeal, so get your Renaissance clothes here before you leave. Start with this Alessandra The Crimson Princess Costume for your little girl!This 100% polyester crushed velvet dress has a built-in hoop petticoat of peach knit mesh, a velvet-covered headband trimmed with metallic braid, with other peach and metallic trim around the neckline. There’s an elastic waistband in the back for a comfortable fit. She’ll really look the part at your next Renaissance festival adventure!