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A doublet I've always liked, works for those wanting something a bit longer. Have already successfully made a low status version of this in plain wool which looks great. Bit too late in period, but can be de-'modernised' by removing ruff and changing up the sleeves.
This extraordinary doublet is one of only two surviving examples of its type from the 1620s. The only other known doublet of this kind is in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Made of luxurious silk embellished with pinking and decorative slits, this doublet followed a fashion that existed barely five years.”