Suits of Chainmail Armor
You might be wondering why you don't see any Chainmail suits of armor on my site.
I do make Chainmaille shirts and clothing (also known as Chainmail Armor). I just do them on a commission basis. There's many reasons for this. The biggest being that I'm a firm believer in getting what you pay for. If you're paying good money for a Chainmaille clothing piece you should get it fitted for you. It should be tailored to your body. I'm already crafting it from a giant pile of rings from scratch, so it might as well be crafted for you and your body.
There are many shirts available on eBay, and even a couple on Amazon for cheap. There is a reason they are so cheap. They are usually made very poorly by a machine. These machines are supervised and ran by underpaid workers in questionable factories with even more question materials. These Chainmail items should not be used for anything beyond a cheap Halloween costume.
My shirts, skirts, dresses, crowns and head pieces, and other body pieces are all handcrafted one ring at a time. I meticulously open and close every ring and scrutinize your piece over and over before I'm satisfied that it's finished. They are built to last. I source only the best materials, as well. I have very sensitive skin and I source my materials with this kind of sensitivity in mind.
To order a Chainmaille body piece I need various measurements that depends on what type of body piece you're ordering. I offer these pieces in anodized aluminum and stainless steel. I can also do Scalemaille pieces. You can contact me here to get the process started. They range from $175-$5,000 depending on size, materials wanted, and design.
If you want to wear Chainmaille in your every day Life, but worried your boss might have you committed, you can browse my Chainmaille jewelry and accessories here.
Pictured is a friend of mine named Sheryl. She's dressed as Chandra from Magic the Gathering. She's wearing a fitted Chainmaille halter top I made her. If you're familiar with Chainmaille you might noticed that the weave is sideways than what Chainmail shirts you normally see. I did this on purpose. My friend is petite with a tiny waist, but quite busty. We tried the top both ways and found this angle on the weave fit her body type the best. The back is laced up like a corset.