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Elizabethan Clothing / Shakespearean Costumes

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Williams Criley

on 8 May 2014

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Transcript of Elizabethan Clothing / Shakespearean Costumes

What would a groundling wear to the theatre?
How did the people in the Elizabethan era have their hair done?
What different kinds of colours did they wear?
What different kinds of fabrics did they wear?
• Satin, silk, velvet, and other elaborate materials were recognized for upper class
• Wool, linen, or sheepskin were recognized as lower class.


Purple
stands for royalty.

Gold
,
silver
,
crimson
,
scarlet
,
indigo
blue
,
violet
,
black
, and white were only worn by the highest nobility in the land.

Brown
and
grey
were inexpensive, and associated with the less fortunate citizens.
How did clothing reflect class?
The higher noble usually wore elaborate clothing.
The lower class' clothing often times were inexpensive, plain, rough, ragged, and smelly.
Describe typical Elizabethan clothing.
They would wear sheepskin, wool, or linen, with barely any jewelry, if any.
They would live in small cottages with many other families and animals, thus the clothes were filthy and fetid.
What would a noble wear to the theatre?
Nobles at the theatre could not wear whatever they wanted.
Prosperous women would wear masks to hide their identity from weird people. [mostly men]
By Caleb, Jeannie-Rose, Leilani, & Williams
Women would brush their hair out of their forehead.
Dye their hair.
Men had their hair in many lengths.
Some were short and some were long.
Men usually covered their hair with hats.
The length depended on the time of the era.
To be a groundling, you didn't need to pay that many pounds to enter.
That means that to be a groundling, you had to be a very poor man / woman.
• http://www.elizabethancostume.net/overview.html
• http://www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/elizabethan-hair-styles.htm
• http://www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/material-fabric-elizabethan-clothing.htm
[Caleb]
[Jeannie-Rose]
[Leilani]
[Williams]
[Williams]
[Caleb]
Were in many different shapes and sizes.
Worn indoors / outdoors.
A hat would be appropriate for any social occasion.
Cr/\zy Hats


[Leilani]
[Jeannie-Rose]
you scare me
Satin
Silk
Velvet
The Rich
The Poor
Wool
Linen

Sheepskin
It'sa
me,
Mario!
Pictures on next slide -->
Poor
Rich
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C
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!
Pretty big, huh?
Bibliography
Elizabethan Clothing / Shakespearean Costumes
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