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1500s fashion

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Lombardy 1500 Early 16th century dresses - very interesting hairnets and details on the chemises.by Tadarida.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

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Dressed for court! Handsome men's garb of renaissance style elizabethan tudor tunic ruffle

Outfit for character of Thomas Culpeper , Henry VIII's favourite courtier, personal dresser, and very naughty fellow. Above is the s...

Claude of France 1498-1524. Engraving by Hippolyte Louis Emile and Polidor Jean Charles Pauquet. London, 1864.

Claude of France 1498-1524, Queen consort of King Francis I. Claude de France from the House of Valois, countess of Soissons, Duchess of Brittany and Queen of France through marriage.

History of fashion

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Luxurious red and beige-gold 1550s gown will be a true sensation on Renaissance ball or festival.The dress bodice is boned and works like a corset. Fashionable slashed sleeves are worn separately and are to be laced up according to 1500s female fashion.The chemise and other undergarnments (like bumroll or petticoat) are to be purchased separately according to your needs.This was one of a kind gown, but the same designs are available in other fabrics and colours. The dress can be made after your

Luxurious red and beige-gold 1550s gown will be a true sensation on Renaissance ball or festival.The dress bodice is boned and works like a corset. Fashionable slashed sleeves are worn separately and are to be laced up according to 1500s female fashion.The chemise and other undergarnments (like bumroll or petticoat) are to be purchased separately according to your needs.This was one of a kind gown, but the same designs are available in other fabrics and colours. The dress can be made after…

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EDIT: I got some of my terms mixed up with the Trunk Hose and Petticoat Breeches. They're fixed now. This is a something I am doing for my Fashion History course in college. It’s not mandatory...

Description 1) model 2) stockings 3) undershirt 4) men's corset 5) breeches 6) neck ruff 7) doublet 8) jerkin 9) boot Around the time that Queen Elizabeth came into power it was popular for men to have a more slender, geometrical shape, and thus the corset. There is not much information on this garment and relatively little on men's fashion in general. As always comments, corrections, and advise are always welcome. The model I used for this fashion layout is Null-Entity Here is the address…