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Women's doublet

Florentine Gown - 1570's Italian Doublet (the giuppone)


Renaissance Elizabethan Doublet Gown

Middle Class Doublet and Kirtle (2003) | Sempstress: padded rolls

Set Eleven - women 15th century - long shirt - linen - women hose - woolen - under dress - linen - cottehardie/outer dress, woolen with linen linning, strings or buttons - cloak from a half of the circle https://www.facebook.com/noble.craftandhistory

Renaissance Fair Florence, Alabama Renaissance 15th century, 16th century. Doublet, Cape, Capelet, Romeo, revels, faire, Elizabethan, Tudor, Renaissance

Elizabethan Kirtle | A beautifully fitted creation! As a bonus, it has different bodices and jackets to change up the look! Check out the link for more.

16th century doublet for women

Dress in Spanish style, from the second half of 16th century, History of Costume (German edition), K.Kohler

jennylafleur | diary | Faire Garb: an Italian Renaissance costume

Woman's Dress: Bodice, Skirt and Underbodice Artist/maker unknown, American Date: c. 1850 Silk brocade, cotton/linen lace

Belfebe - 16th Century skirt, doublet and chemise, German style. This style is also found in some Italian paintings.

Marguerite de Valois (1553-1615). The most beautiful woman in the world at that time.

Medieval Woman's Clothing

Purchase - Historic Enterprises sells historically accurate costumes for men and women. Each item in their catalog actually comes with an accuracy rating! Not the cheapest, but well researched and, from what I've heard, well constructed. This basic ladies' viking outfit, consisting of linen under-tunic and apron dress, costs $150. It's available with a wool over-dress and a head covering for $160. The individual pieces are also available separately.

Elizabethan men's doublet, red and gold velvet, slashed sleeves, silk brocade lining and 84 buttons! Made by Angela Mombers.

Evolution of women's clothing...I'm so glad I was born in an era where it's acceptable for a woman to wear pants.

*Women Hairstyles* during the Medieval period. Varieties of hairstyles around the 14th century. Mainly between a chaperon (form of hood), a coiffure (an elaborate style), or a golden net caul (around hair). http://gallery.villagehatshop.com/gallery/chapter7/58_G_001?full=1

1800's underpinnings. I have a large bust so it might be nice to not add more layers to it?! @Alicia Schult