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