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Chapter 9

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The Seventeenth Century

 Found in a Berlin museum, these pantaloons are reminiscent of sans-culottes during the French Revolution. While most mend during this time were wearing trousers, counterrevolutionaries set themselves apart with this style. Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Chevalier D Eon, Sans Culottes, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion, Vintage Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, Period Outfit

Sherryvallies were men's leg covering probably worn by horseback riders. They were worn over trousers and buttoned up on the outside of the leg

Mary Martyn, wife of Alexander Denton, 1573 Portrait of Mary Denton, oil on panel, York City Art Gallery. 16th Century Clothing, 16th Century Fashion, Elizabethan Costume, Elizabethan Era, Elizabethan Clothing, Mode Renaissance, Renaissance Fashion, Renaissance Clothing, Historical Costume

Women wore pomander balls on a chain around their waist. They were filled with perfume enclosed in decorated perforated balls shaped like an apple.

Dior Haute Couture Spring 2009 Collection: inspired by puritan of the century, the falling band, virago sleeve Cute Fashion, Look Fashion, Fashion Art, Fashion Beauty, High Fashion, Dior Haute Couture, Christian Dior Vintage, French Fashion Designers, British Style

Dior Haute Couture Spring 2009 Collection: inspired by puritan of the 17th century, the falling band, virago sleeve

Slap soles were soles of shoes in which the soles were only attached at the front. This was to prevent the heel of the shoes from sinking into the unpaved soft ground. 17th Century Clothing, 17th Century Fashion, Vintage Shoes, Vintage Outfits, Elizabethan Clothing, Pilgrim Clothing, Victorian Shoes, Baroque Fashion, Vintage Fashion

Slap soles were soles of shoes in which the soles were only attached at the front. This was to prevent the heel of the shoes from sinking into the unpaved soft ground.

A complete history of the hair accessory known as the fascinator or fascinator hat, a distant cousin of the cocktail hat. English Restoration, Baroque Dress, Tudor Costumes, Creative Textiles, Fascinator Hats, Fascinators, Historical Clothing, Fashion History, Headdress

The fontange or commode was an elaborate and tall structure with three or four tiers of lace that women wore on their head. In the back it would cascade into ruffles and bows

puritans, protestants- against catholic church, church of England and other protestants religions. He is wearing a capotain hat. New style mid century. Church Of England, New England, Maleficarum, 17th Century Fashion, May Flowers, Fashion History, Ancestry, Family History, Plymouth

Puritans objected excessive and lavish dress and adopted a more simple style. The wore muted colors, short hair, flat crowned hats and women wore aprons. This style is much like that of pilgrims.

Mantilla: veil covering a woman’s hair. Today it is connected with the traditional Spanish costume. The length of the veil was associated with the status of the girl. There was different lengths for married, unmarried women, and widows. 17th Century Clothing, 17th Century Fashion, 18th Century, Spanish Woman, Spanish Style, Spanish Costume, Diego Velazquez, Catholic Veil, Veil Hairstyles

The mantilla was a veil covering the hair worn by Spanish women. It was a smaller version of the mantle worn in Medieval times and is associated with Spanish costume.

Women's hairstyles and headdresses during this time could be quite eccentric and extravagant. This woman in particular is pictured wearing a fontage, which is a series of ruffles held in place with wires. English Comedy, 17th Century Fashion, Tight Curls, Popular Hairstyles, Headdress, Seventeen, Baroque, Bodice, Princess Zelda

The manteau was a new way of constructing a women's dress where the bodice and skirt was cut in one length from shoulder to hem instead of being seen together.

'Infanta Margarita Teresa in a Blue Dress' (one of the best known portraits by Spanish painter Diego Velázquez; oil on canvas, It is at the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria Infanta Margarita, Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Esteban Murillo, Diego Velazquez, Top Paintings, Paintings Famous, Amazing Paintings, Culture Art, Baroque Painting

The guardinfante was a wide oval skirt worn by the Spanish. These skirts were a feature of the court and a way to distinguish the upper class from the lower class.

James II and VII-King of England, Scotland and Ireland (reign 6 Feb. Dec, King James fled England (and thus was held to have abdicated) in the Glorious Revolution of His cause,which became known as Jacobitism, spawned a series of uprisings. Uk History, European History, British History, History Facts, Fashion History, Strange History, Tudor History, African History, Ancient History

The cravat was a long narrow scarf like piece worn as a collar. This was separate from the shirt.