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Elizabethan Clothing for the Rich vs the Poor...
Transcript of Elizabethan Clothing for the Rich vs the Poor...
Laws on Clothing:
Wear the wrong color clothing in the Elizabethan Era and lose money, property, titles or life.
Elizabethan Women's Clothing:
Smock or shift
Stockings or hose
Corset or bodice
a hooped skirt
A roll or Rowle
Upper class Men...
Elizabethan Men's Clothing:
Stockings or hose
What the colors mean...
Red: associated with power
Crimson: Color of the Church
Indigo: Symbolizes heavenly grace
Purple: associated with Royalty
White: Purity and virtue; worn by the wealthy
Black: Symbolizes death
Pink: Joy and happiness
Blue: a popular color worn by servants
Orange: symbol of courage
Brown: Humility and poverty
Gray: Symbolized mourning
Green: Renewal of life and nature
Yellow: Renewal and hope
Gold: Royalty and Nobles
Upper class Children
Upper class children wore the same things as the Upper class adults just in a smaller version.
Peasants wore dull colors such as colors that looked faded and inexpensive. Bright colors were saved for royality, upperclass and nobles. They wore multi layered clothing due to their nature work and the coldness in England. They wore thick jackets called "Doublets". They also wore "knickers" and "jerkins" which were like "doublets" just loose in fitting.
By: Tamia Branch
and Kendra Gerlach
"Elizabethan England Life." Elizabethan Era
Peasant Clothing. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Sept. 2013.
"Elizabethan Era." ELIZABETHAN ERA. N.p., n.d. Web. 19