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  1. Renaissance Clothing By: Sarah Hawk

  2. Characteristics • Around the 1490’s costumes became the new kind of style and that is when the Renaissance began. • Dark color, black velvet, white linen, gold, and burgundy were the common colors worn. • Rich, heavy materials, large sleeves, close to the body garments, large hip clothing, and heelless shoes were also the commonly worn. • Feathers on hats, and men especially wore tights.

  3. Clothing for Women Under Clothing: • Smock or shift • Hose • Corset or bodice • Farthingale • Stomacher • Petticoat • Forepart Smock Corset Both from clip art

  4. Over Clothing: • Gown • Separate sleeves • Ruff • Cloak • Shoes • Hat http://www.cwu.edu/~robinsos/ppages/resources/Costume_History/renaissance.htm

  5. Clothing for men Under Clothing: • Shirt • Hose • Codpiece • Corset Hose Shirt Both from clip art

  6. Over Clothing: • Doublet • Separate sleeves • Breeches • Belt • Ruff • Cloak • Shoes • Hat http://www.cwu.edu/~robinsos/ppages/resources/Costume_History/renaissance.htm

  7. Clothing Definitions • •Flat Cap is a hat that is flat with a soft crown and moderately broad brim, often associated with Henry VIII • •Jerkins are a short velvet or leather jacket, usually sleeveless, similar to a vest/ waistcoat • •An Upper Hose is full trunks that extended from upper thighs to waist. • •Nether Hoses are stockings that covered the lower edges of the leg. • •Clocking is embroidery on the socks at the ankle and sometimes on boots. • •Funnel sleeves are sleeves that start big and tighten toward the cuff. • •Duckbill shoes are very wide square-toed, slipper-like shoes, often decorated with jewels, puffs or slashes. • •Stomacher is a false front or ornamental covering on the front of bodice.

  8. Bibliography • Elizabethan Era. N/A. March 20, 2008. Web. January 16, 2012 • R. Scott. Renaissance. N/A. 2010. Web. January 16, 2012