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Middle class 16th century

dutch cloak and vizard - Vizards seem to have become fashionable in England in…

1571, This is what we call today "English Fitted Gown" of the 1560's to early 1570's.  She has a damask kirtle, with a overgown could be woolen.

This is what we call today "English Fitted Gown" of the to early She has a damask kirtle, with a overgown could be woolen.

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During this time period the Puritan women would dress like this. Most clothing was made by the women by hand. Their style was very simple and the colors of the clothing were mainly black,white,and brown.

German 16th Century  Masquerade, c. 1515  Rosenwald Collection  1943.3.4388  NGA open access

dekollete dress: German Century Masquerade, c.

Lion. Purple silk serge. From the tomb of St. Julian in Rimini. Byzantine, 9th -10th century, based on a Sassanian original. (Museo Nazionale, Ravenna.)

From the tomb of St. Byzantine, century, based on a Sassanian original.

der unterjochte Ehemann

Woodcut showing a late German women with her skirts up showing her stockings and underwear, detail from 'der unterjochte Ehemann' (the subjugated husband), Israhel van Meckenem, end of c.

Spanish Ropa, from 1580, located probably in Germanische National Muzeum, Norimberg, In: History of Costume by K.Kohler

Spanish Ropa, from located probably in Germanische National Muzeum, Norimberg, IMAGE: History of Costume, by K.

Lady Dressed in the French Style,  Album Amicorum of a German Soldier 1595 Los Angels County Museum of Art

Lady Dressed in the French Style, Album Amicorum of a German Soldier 1595 Los Angels County Museum of Art

Ursula wife of Sebastian Ligsalcz in 1527 (at 28 years old)

Ursula wife of Sebastian Ligsalcz in 1527 (at 28 years old) Fascinating cross lacing.

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