Jacobean and Early Bourbon Fashions
For fashion enthusiasts and coloring book fans: handsome, accurate drawings of elegant apparel worn by royals and the wealthy, and the simple fare of the common folk in 17th-century France and England. Forty-five full-page illustrations depict figures wearing doublets and farthingales, exquisite lace collars, bucket-top boots, and other attire. Captions.
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beaver hat boot hose braid breeches broad brocaded satin bucket boots buttoned cambric cavalier Charles de Luynes cloak cloth Conque costume decorative edged with lace embroidered eyelet exposed falling ruff fashion fichu fluted falling band front galloon garment gentleman wears gimp hair high-waisted Jacobean Jamestown jerkin is left King Louis King Louis XIII knee-length lace shoe roses lace whisk lady wears leather gauntlets lingerie collar lingerie fabric love-lock Marie de Medicis metal Native American overskirt padded paned wings passementerie petticoat pleated plumes Queen Henrietta Maria queen wears ribbon garters Right satin baldric shirt shoulder silk stockings skirt slashed sleeves small ruff spur leathers standing collar stiffened stomacher tabard tabbed peplum tied with points tightly corseted bodice tops trimmed with lace trunk hose tucked underskirt undersleeves and cuffs vestigial hanging sleeves waist wears a doublet wears a fluted wears a taffeta wears a velvet wheel farthingale whisk collar wired worn over silk