What Did Women Wear during the Renaissance?

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During the renaissance, women used to wear a wide range of clothes that were inspired by Italian and German fashion. Most of these were long dresses with long sleeves made from silk, cotton and velvet. Jewellery was also used widely and embroidered together with dresses, long skirts and also put on like necklaces and bungles.
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It seems that fashion changes every ten years. In the 1940's war changed the look and fashion of women forever. They shortened their skirts and wore clothes that were more masculine
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Acually they wore cotton dresses called mantas. They fastend on the right shoulder and left their other shoulder bare. For shoes, the wore deerskin moccasins on their feet.
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