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Fashion in Shakespeare's Time

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Kiana Wong

on 28 January 2013

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In Shakespeare's Time Fashion Costumes in Shakespeare's Time In Shakespeare's time the costumes were fabulous. They were made out of luxurious materials and had vivid colors which made them very expensive. Many of the costumes did not reflect the correct period of the Play that was being presented because they wore the dress/dresses of their own time period.
Some of the Elizabethans were forbidden to wear clothes indicating a high status. Fashion in Shakespeare's Time • Fashion in the Elizabethan Era have different categories. Those categories are ranged from upper class to lower class.• Type of clothing they would define upper class people would be rich, sumptuous materials• Ruff is a type of neckwear wore in the early modern England. Both men and women wore it. Fashion in Shakespeare's Time Cont'd • Women would wear under their clothes -Smock (a chemise made of linen)
-Stocking or hose-Bodice
-A hooped skirt
-Roll
-Stomacher
-Petticoat
-Kirtle
-Forepart
-Partlet. Fashion Cont'd Around the time of the 1570's many men and women wore a neckwear called the Ruff. The English people mostly wore these kind of things. The English wore one like the Ruff but was worn closer to the neck than the Ruff was. In 1586 the style of the Ruff adjusted slightly. Fun Facts - Purple and Royal Blue - Main colors for the Royals
- Women always wore their hair pinned up because wearing your hair out was considered provocative.
- Most families who could afford it had tailors that made their clothes and shoes. Duh End el fin Child Gown Court Dress 1570 Layta G2G PEACE OUT Over their clothes they would wear
-Gown
-Separate sleeves
-Ruff
-Cloak
-Shoes
-Hat. • Men would wear under their clothes
-Shirt-Stockings
-Codpiece
-Corset Over their clothes they would wear:
-Doublet-Separate sleeves
-Breeches
-Belt
-Ruff
-Cloak
-Shoes
-Hat kk bi hate chu all lates don't like you Citations Findlay, Alison. "Ruff." Women In Shakespeare (2010): 354-355. Literary Reference Center. Web. 23 Jan. 2013. "Globe Theatre Costumes." Globe Theatre Costumes. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Jan. 2013. "Elizabethan ClothingElizabethan Clothing." ELIZABETHAN CLOTHING. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Jan. 2013."Shakespeare in Love - Fashions and Times."

Shakespeare in Love - Fashions and Times. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Jan. 2013.Findlay, Alison. “Ruff.” Women in

Shakespeare (2010): 354-355. Literary Reference Center. Web 27 Jan. 2013. ily... jk
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