A handsome collection of 45 finely detailed, ready-to color illustrations depicts clothing styles from every social class of the 15th and 16th centuries. Includes portraits of an Italian peasant couple, children of a German royal family garbed in velvet, an English lord and lady in riding outfits, and much more.
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and-gold apron bands of gold black velvet blet blue doublet blue velvet bodice brown burgundy-color velvet chamarre Chopine cloak codpiece collar color decorated deep-blue edged England English ermine Farthingale France fur trim galloon gentleman wears German girdle gold braid gold embroidery gold ribbon gold trim gold-color fabric gown is lined gown with slashed green silk hair headgear and hairstyles houppelande Italy lady wears lappets Men's headgear neckline noblewoman wears outer garment overskirt pale-blue parti-color hose pearls petticoat plum puffed sleeves puffs red wool Renaissance ruff satin shoulder silk gown silk-taffeta skirt slashed shoes slashed sleeves slashed to show slit Spanish style stockings are red tabard taffeta trimmed in gold trimmed with white trunk-hose undergown underskirt upper stocks velvet gown waist wears a blue wears a gown wears a short wears parti-color wears white hose white chemise white feathers white fur white shirt wine-color woman's gown worn yellow young woman wears