... 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 ....
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 ...
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
Jul 20, 1998 ... But in England in Elizabethan times a man was fully suited in doublet and hose.
The two parts of his suiting were joined by points, ties threaded ...
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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 ...
Hose were laced to the doublet by means of ties attached to the doublet skirts. At
the end of the century, fashionable doublets had low standing collars. One style ...
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May 24, 2016 ... Revival Clothing's series of how-to videos about medieval clothing and
accessories. This episode; lacing up Joined Hose & pointing them to a ...
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The doublet was worn with a pair of hose, which by 15th century had developed
into long joined hose which looks like tightly fitting pants or leggins.
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Elizabethan Gentleman / 16th and Early 17th Century Doublet and Hose Whether
Sir Francis Drake; Sir Walter Raleigh or William Shakespeare is your alter ego ...