Renaissance Project: Good Example


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Renaissance Project: Good Example

  1. 1. Men and Women Fashion<br />Teresa S.<br />Allison S.<br />Madeleine W.<br />
  2. 2. Women’s Fashion<br />Clothing covered them up<br />Ruffles were popular <br />In England, some were 8 inches wide<br />Corsets were widely used<br />Cannot be washed (greasy and grody)<br />Extremely tight-cracked ribs<br />Looking petite was the style<br />Embroidered<br />Collars (large)<br />Dresses with V for waistline<br />Clothing = social status<br />
  3. 3. Shoes<br />Boots- went up to thighs<br />Men and women <br />Square shaped toes<br />8-9 inches in width<br />Men’s shoes- finest leather<br />Some shoes tied at ankle<br />Detailed<br />
  4. 4. Men’s Fashion<br />Often wore tights<br />Embroidered vest/shirts-jerkins<br />Fitted pants<br />Padded with horse hair<br />Dresses<br />Clothing not as big of a deal <br />
  5. 5. Hair<br />Hair was a big deal<br />Hair conscience<br />Red/ blonde = most fashionable<br />Trimmed and styled beards<br />Long hair<br />Wigs <br />
  6. 6. Makeup<br />White lead used for foundation<br />Yes, the poisonous kind<br />Both men and women <br />Usually court members<br />Pale = beautiful<br />Laughing causes cracks in “skin”<br />Vanity not considered sin<br />
  7. 7. Children’s Fashion<br />Mini versions of adult clothing<br />Girl hair<br />Braided<br />Tied with ribbon<br />Boys and girls wore dresses<br />
  8. 8. Accessories<br />Gloves were scented with cheverill<br />Made with silk or velvet<br />Cut at knuckle to show rings<br />Expensive<br />Women carried black velvet masks<br />Shield complexion from sun<br />Disguise from undesirable acquaintances<br />Women carried fans and hand mirrors<br />Earrings were not very common<br />Men and women wore jewelry <br />
  9. 9. Smock<br />Stockings<br />Bumroll<br />Spanish Farthingale<br />Corset<br />Partlet<br />Gown and Sleeves<br />Kirtle and Forepart<br />Shoes<br />Start to finish: Getting dressed as a women in the 17th Century<br />
  10. 10. Interesting Facts<br />Widows required to wear wimple<br />Shirts went to wrist<br />Even in summer!<br />Long undressing time<br />LOTS of layers<br />Ogres have layers!<br />
  11. 11. Works Cited<br /> Christmon, Charlene, Mario Hunter, and Raquel Nash. Charlene. “Fashions: Women and Men.” Elizabethan England. N.p., n.d. Web. 4 May 2010.<br />“Early 17th Century Costume and Dress – 1589- 1643.” Antiques Digest. N.p., 1926. Web. 4 May 2010.<br />Leed, Drea. “Elizabethan Make-up 101.” Elizabethan Costumes. N.p., n.d. Web. 4 May 2010.<br />Leed, Drea. “Overview of an Elizabethan Outfit.” Elizabethan Costumes.N.p., 1996. Web. 4 May 2010.<br />