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Clothing shakespeare


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Clothing shakespeare

  1. 1. Clothing in Shakespeare’s England<br />Grant Stokes, Hayleigh Gardner<br />Charles Yawn, Bett Cantrell<br />
  2. 2. Elizabethan Era<br />Time of peace in England<br />Middle Class began to emerge<br />Social Status was fixed<br />
  3. 3. Elizabethan Clothing<br />Law was enacted to establish what social classes were allowed to wear<br />Rich were allowed to wear velvet and silk<br />Poor were allowed to wear wool, linen, or leather<br />
  4. 4. Famous Elizabethan People<br />William Shakespeare – playwright and poet<br />Francis Bacon – scientist<br />Christopher Marlowe – poet<br />Robert Dudley – Soldier and statesman<br />Inigo Jones – Architect<br />Mary, Queen of Scots – Queen of France, Queen of Scotland, father of King James<br />
  5. 5. Women’s Clothes<br />
  6. 6. Women wore up to sixteen separate articles of clothing.<br />These included: slip, hose, corset, skirt, roll, stomacher, petticoat, kirtle, forepart, partlet, gown, sleeves, ruff, cloak, shoes, and hat.<br />
  7. 7. Men’s Clothes<br />
  8. 8. Men wore up to twelve articles of clothing. These included: shirt, hose, codpiece, corset, doublet, sleeves, breeches, belt, ruff, cloak, shoes, and hat.<br />
  9. 9. References<br />Lad, Kashmira. "Clothing in the Elizabethan Era.", Inc., 10 SEP 2004. Web. 19 MAR 2006.<br />Alchin, L.K."Elizabethan Era." Elizabethan Era, 16 MAY 2005. Web. 19 MAR 2006.<br />
  10. 10. Credits<br />Grant Stokes – Slide creator<br />Hayleigh Gardner – Research<br />Charles Yawn – Research<br />Bett Cantrell – Presentation designer<br />