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Allessandro Allori's Study of a Woman with a Tray, 1570-80, note the pocket and lacy apron edging!

Have no fear-- this shirt is coming to save the day. 1580-1600 Italian - Met Museum

Plate 13: "Herring, pickled herring". Apron has a center pocket to support her purse. Red suit of apparel with partlet, apron and bagged coif. Apron pocket lined in matching red. Yellow binding at neckline, cuffs, waistline, hem and bordering apron. Same large shallow basket balanced on head as bean-seller.

Apron made in Britain 1580-1600. linen possibly unfinished, normally would have had lace added to edges and possibly more colors added to the embroidery.

Alessandro Allori ca1580 Woman at her toilette. Pocket, apron with lace, laces attaching bodice to skirt?

Shoemaker's aprons. This apron comes up to a point at the collar. Ties around the neck and waist, more images in the link.

c1555 English lady. She has flowers on her hat! Think they're real, fake, embroidery...?

Kostüme der Männer und Frauen in Augsburg und Nürnberg, Deutschland, Europa, Orient und Afrika - BSB Cod.icon. 341. 1580, Ausburg. Curious apron pattern.

Saxony lineage b | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Applique hanging with rose pattern, England, possibly Southern Delabere (Glocestershire), 1580-90 by Kotomicreations, via Flickr

Medieval-Courtiers - [Corruption at Court - Crisis and the theme of Luxuria in England and France, c. 1340-1422] Why was the behaviour of courtiers such a concern in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries? Historians often take contemporary remarks about the excesses of the court and the immorality of its members as simple observations of fact.