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Dressing Ye Part — Part Two

Being a Treatise on the Clothing Befitting a shop Proprietess in the late 16th and 17th centuries.

Dressing Ye Part — Part One

Being a Treatise on the Clothing Befitting a shop Proprietess in the late 16th and 17th centuries. Kass plans an outfit that goes with what she is, a merchant.

You Think You Have It Ruff

On January 28, 2009, Posted by , In 17th century, tagged in , , With No Comments

Making a soft ruff following an extant Dutch example.

A Survey of Common Women’s Clothing 1660-1680

A survey and discussion of genre art of the period 1660-1680 in order to get a good picture in my head of the types of clothing worn by common women in this time period

A Needlelace Shirt

On July 6, 2007, Posted by , In 17th century, tagged in , With No Comments

details of a needlelace shirt

A Linen-on-Linen Doublet

On July 5, 2007, Posted by , In 17th century, tagged in , With No Comments

Details of a linen and linen doublet in the V&A museum.

The Effigy Bodys

On July 1, 2007, Posted by , In 17th century, tagged in ,, , With 2 Comments

A reconstruction of the bodys or corset worn by the effigy of Elizabeth I in Westminster Abbey

Fashionable Women’s Clothing in the Jacobean Period

An overview of fashionable women’s clothing in the Jacobean period, 1603-1620s.

Fashionable Men’s Clothing in the Jacobean Period

On June 8, 2007, Posted by , In 17th century, tagged in , , With No Comments

Fashionable Men’s clothing in the Jacobean period

Fashionable Women’s Clothing in the Stuart Period

On June 7, 2007, Posted by , In 17th century, tagged in , With No Comments

Fashionable women’s clothing in the Stuart period.