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Fashion in the period 1600–1650 in Western European clothing is characterized by the disappearance of the ruff in favour of broad lace or linen collars. Waistlines rose through the period for both men and women. Other notable fashions included full, slashed sleeves and tall or broad hats ..... Fashion 1600s · Costume History: Cavalier/Puritan · Women's Fashions of ...

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Fashion in the period 1660–1700 in Western European clothing is characterised by rapid ... Spanish court fashion remained out of step with the fashions that arose in France and ..... Baroque Fashion 1600s · Costume History: Cavalier/ Puritan ...

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Fashion in the period 1600-1650 in Western European clothing is ... Other notable fashions included full, slashed sleeves and tall or broad hats with brims. For men ... 1600's fashion image to portray fashion history of this time period along with ...

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The cap was worn by women and girls to dress their heads. It was a ... There were many ways for them to be trimmed and trims would change with the fashions.

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Check out this site for facts about the Colonial Clothing of Colonial America. Colonial Clothing worn by men, women and children. Facts and information about ...

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During the 1600s, women typically wore light gowns that were fitted at the top and flared at the bottom; they wore ... What did people wear in the 1940s? A: In the ...

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Fashion in the 1600's for women | See more about Museums, Gowns and England. ... This loose gown made of Italian brocaded silk would have been worn by a ...

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Jan 24, 2011 ... The more readily available clothing however did not mean that people had more outfits, both men and women still only owned a few outfits.

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Individuals may dress in certain ways to express who they are as people. ... In the 1600s, the basic Wampanoag clothing for men, older boys, young girls and ...

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It shows that England did not have the ragged poor of Europe. Britain had not ... Countries close to Britain would have shared similar fashions. French fashions ...