Jessamyn's Regency Costume Shopping Page



Help keep the Regency Costume Companion afloat at no cost to yourself!

I have affiliated with the companies linked below. By using these links to do your shopping, a small portion of the sale price will come to me - to cover bandwidth, research time, purchases of fashion plates, and so on. And it doesn't matter what you buy, as long as you used one of my links to get there. So please bookmark this page, and next time you're thinking about purchasing something on-line, just come through here first!

Amazon.com isn't just for books any more: I've bought everything from an electric drill to a new pair of shoes through Amazon, because they often have the best prices around!
Give it a try - type something into the search box above and see what you can find.
Bid, Buy or Sell on eBay! You can find almost anything on eBay. For costume items such as gowns, shoes, parasols, etc., or research items such as books or fashion plates, eBay is a great place to seek a bargain. But don't stop there! Whether it's a set of dishes or a V6 convertible, you can buy it on eBay. Not ready to bid today? Put it on your Watch List and buy it later, and it'll still help us!
Travelocity is great for booking cheap airline tickets, hotel rooms, rental cars, and more. They've been around on the web for a relatively long time and are easy to use. I've been using them myself for years!
I'm not a huge handbag person, but I do like eBags. When I couldn't find a wallet I liked locally, they had just the thing - at a reasonable price and good quality.
They have a very nice selection of evening bags that could pass for 19th century, especially the La Regale bags (do a search). And shipping is free both ways!

Fabric Stores

Fabric.com carries bargain-priced but good quality linen blends, wools, cottons, and some appropriate-to-Regency silks. Returns are easy - they cover the shipping cost - and they measure yards generously. Plus, get free shipping on your first order! Fabrics-store.com offers lots of 100% linen at surprisingly low prices. In the Regency, most undergarments, shirts, chemisettes, and even some gowns were linen, which feels and wears better than cotton; and its distinctive look is ideal for reenactment.