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Fashion and hairstyles of the Queen Elizabethan Era

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Bruno Veloso

on 25 March 2012

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Transcript of Fashion and hairstyles of the Queen Elizabethan Era

Introduction: What were they thinking back in the 1500's and 1600's in the fashion world? Fashion in the 1500's and 1600's was all about describing yourself thru clothing, clothes could of gave people the information of where you are in the society ladder if you were above average or under average. Fashion has a huge influence on peoples opinions on others of who the are. 1st development topic: Getting attention is fashion Development: It didn't matter what year it was fashion has been with people forever, in the 1500's and 1600's everyone was judged by what they wear, but people wanted to be judged in a good way so they would get more respect for who people that they were from there clothing. Who didn't wanna be known as succesfull or high in the society ladder? proof/references: Queen Elizabeth was obviously a fashion icon in the 1500's and 1600's so every women knew to be known in the society dress like her. Closing sentence: Is having a fashion icon in the 1500's and 1600's important? Should there have been a dress code in the court? 2nd development topic: Development: What you would wear in the court in the 1500's and 1600's was probably really important due to the fact the council in the court would give you lots of attention if you were dressed as if you were high in the society ladder? In the court is clothing a big impact? proof/references They shoulda had a dress code so in the court both sides would have to win by there persuasive way of talking to the court. Closing sentence: Was the secret of winning the decesion of the council in the court due to the fact of what you would wear to court? In conclusion, i hope this project informed you guys on what you would like to know about the fashion world of the 1500's and 1600's. Conclusion: To get attention in the court in the elizabethan era they had big long hair to capture the attention on the judge and council to win them over.

It was very important for queen Elizabeth to maintain her image of the virgin queen and when people thought of a virgin queen back then they thought of a queen with light coloured hair and a white complexion with red rosy cheeks

rufs or ruffles = high fashion

frizzy hair = very fashinable for women
the queen made frizzy hair the it thing back then and when a women wasn't married she had her hair down and when she was married she kept it up.

During a wedding the women would have her hair down with a flower of her choice in it.But when i women would get married and keep there haair up they would do there hair so they can wear a fashinable hat and make it look perfect and there were many other things to cover up there hair which proved to people that, she who coverd her hair was married

Men withh long hair had to have it curled with hot irons and then use wax or gum to keep it in place and beards were long and men used starch to keeo it in place and they never needed help from barbers. Fashion Facts from the 1500's and the 1600's: Does anybody have any questions that they would me to answer? Online services and Internet: Bibliography: "Elizabethan fashion and hairsyles." [Online] Available What is fashion in the 1500's and 1600's? Thank you for listening THE END
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