Cavalier and Puritan Fashions
Who were the Cavaliers and what elaborate hairstyles did they introduce? Did 17th-century Puritans wear only simple, unadorned black outfits? Coloring book fans find out with the help of this educational, accurately rendered fashion survey of the period. Notes. 45 black-and-white plates.
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1645 The English accented with white Amsterdam merchant aristocracy bodice breeches brightly colored bucket-topped boots cap and collar cavalier look Charles II chemise clothing collars and cuffs Cromwell with Parliamentarian Cromwell’s death dark colors decorated Dutch cavalier Dutch regent Dutch upper-class English Civil Wars English Puritans English Restoration period English-American Puritans falling band farmer couple fashion French cavalier garments gold embroidery hats and hairstyles Holland Hudson River inﬂuence jacket and cloak Jamestown jerkin King Charles lady’s loops and bows Lord Protector Louis XIII Louis XIV man’s merchant and lady monarchy musketeer and pikeman Oliver Cromwell ornamentation outfit pale satin Parliamentarian cause Parliamentarian couple petticoat pikeman right plumed Protestant Puritan costume Puritan refugees Queen Henrietta Maria ribbon loops ribbon rosettes royalist ruffs Salem witch trial seventeenth century shirt shorter jacket skirt sleeves somber strict Puritan styles typical upper-middle-class version of Rheingraves waistband wears body armor wears Rheingraves worn young lady wears