... portrait of ca 1570 is in doublet and lined and stuffed ("bombasted") hose. A
doublet is a man's snug-fitting buttoned jacket that is shaped and fitted to the
man's body ....
Jul 23, 2015 ... Doublet, chief upper garment worn by men from the 15th to the 17th century. ... in
Elizabethan times a man was fully suited in doublet and hose.
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Feb 20, 2011 ... TUDOR STYLE : Men's Dress Men's clothing gave them a square shape . They
wore short doublets over their hose and the shoulders of their ...
Men should be wearing full-ish, knee-length hose, with or without panes, and a
fitted doublet which buttons down the front. Buttons should be wool or pewter, ...
Jan 13, 2010 ... The basic components of male dress in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries
were the doublet, hose, cloak, and ubiquitous ruff. The doublet ...
Men's doublets and hose | See more about Doublet, 15th Century and 16th
Elizabethan men's doublet & hose patterns | See more about Doublet, Upper
Middle Class and Tudor.
Elizabethan Gentleman's Doublet and Hose, theatrical costume, ideal for Sir
Francis Drake, Sir Walter Raleigh or William Shakespeare | See more about ...
It included - Striped and Beaded Doublet - Striped and Beaded Pansied Slops -
Striped and Beaded Canions - Hose - Cloth Rose Garters and Accents - Spanish
Coat (koht): an outer garment worn over a man's doublet, with armseyes, ...
Pansied Slops (pan-sied slops): round hose characterized by the addition of a