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1550 - 1600 Queen Elizabeth Period Fashion

Fashion and Costumes late 16th Century: 1550-1599 Elizabethan style

Elizabethan blackwork coif

Elizabethan Coif Project

Elizabethan coif, pattern and instructions

The Ultimate One Pattern Piece Project: Elizabethan Coif

love the slashing and the bold red. would work for an over doublet or in black

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The Red Tapestry Ensemble by ladylucrezia on deviantART

The Red Tapestry Ensemble by ladylucrezia on deviantART

Gold and black Elizabethan gentleman's suit, worn with a lime green linen shirt. Details include black velvet ribbon trim, and black crystal beads on shoulder tabs and collar.

Orange and Burgundy Gentleman's Elizabethan suit. Sleeves and slops are black and red shot taffeta, with pearls, carnelians, and gold trim. Burnt orange velvet ribbon adorns the doublet.

Bristol Faire 2007

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Bristol Faire 2010

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It's About Time: Children with Dolls 16C

It's About Time: Children with Dolls 16C - 18C

Cate Blanchett

The Great: Richard Avedon | Iconology

Secret love: Queen Elizabeth I and Robert Dudley, kissing in the garden. Costumes by Angela Mombers, picture by Marja Fafiani

Cate Blanchett as Queen Elizabeth I in Elizabeth: The Golden Age

Costume for Elizabeth I made for the opening of the new Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, Bankside, London

Mary Neville, Baroness Dacre, and her son Gregory Fiennes 10th Baron Dacre (detail), Hans Eworth, 1559.(Collection Colonel J.C. Wynne-Finch)

16th Century Renaissance Dress by adelhaid

Robert Dudley and Queen Elizabeth I of England. Models: Jasper de Hoog and Angela Mombers. Costumes by Angela Mombers

Bess of Hardwick/Elizabeth I: "The Hardwick Portrait", c1599, by Nicholas Hilliard and his workshop was commissioned by Bess of Hardwick. Bess also embroidered the skirt the queen is wearing in the portrait. The elaborate design includes flowers, sea serpents, and dragons. The painting can be viewed still at Hardwick Hall.

Portraits of Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603), with commentary