Men's Costume, 1580-1750 ebook
by Zillah Halls
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Some of the most important items of men’s costume date from the late Elizabethan period (c. 1580- . 600) Basic form of men’s clothing: close fitting doublet w/ sleeves (often separate); hose (breeches) attached to doublet at waist; Reflected the taste for the formal and the artificial The. 600) Basic form of men’s clothing: close fitting doublet w/ sleeves (often separate); hose (breeches) attached to doublet at waist; Reflected the taste for the formal and the artificial The human form was not left to nature, but was constricted and. padded, bejeweled and embroidered till it, too, was molded to man’s requirements and made exquisite.
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Men’s Costume, 1580-1750. History of World Costume and Fashion. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2011.
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