Prendre des détails du passé pour créer la mode future! FCDG 1992 citation

1890 This dress is in keeping with the interest in historical revivals popular in the century. The long puffed sleeves refer to both Elizabethan and early styles. The one-piece construction indicates it was probably intended for formal reception at home.

Sir John Hawkins 1532 - 1595 http://www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/

Visit this site providing a picture of Sir John Hawkins the famous Explorer. Sriking and Unusual Picture of Sir John Hawkins. Picture of Sir John Hawkins of the Renaissance era.

Elizabethan hairstyles. http://www.curly-hair-styles.com/curly-hair-models-2014/womens-hairstyles-victorian-era.html

Elizabethan Hairstyle was never a simple thing though. Any of the popular hairstyles you saw on women were very detailed. They were rarely just straight and normal as you might see on many women today.

Elizabethan ruff on pearl decorated supportasse.  Made by Angela Mombers.

Costume Details: Elizabethan ruff on pearl decorated supportasse. Made by Angela Mombers

Elizabeth I by an Unknown Artist, c.1585. Own your own smock from this iconic painting through Designs From Time. Elizabethan era: 1558-1603

Elizabeth I by an Unknown Artist, (Elizabethan Club of Yale) - my new FAVORITE portrait of Good Queen Bess

Tudor and Elizabethan rings from National Portrait Gallery

Some Tudor and Elizabethan era rings in a portrait from the National Portrait Gallery, for Guy Fawkes (bonfire day).

Elizabeth the first.  Tudor queen of England and Ireland, nicknamed 'Gloriana' and the 'Virgin Queen' who overcame many challenges and threats at home and from abroad to preside over a perceived 'golden age' in English history.

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The Darnley portrait done in 1575 by an unknown artist. Elizabeth at her serene and regal best, utterly confident and imposing in her clothes, her demeanor and her bearing. By an unknown artist.

Tudor Era Hairdos  Excerpt: During the early Tudor period the hair of women was covered by the elaborate headdresses. During the Elizabethan era this changed when the fashion for ruffs became far more elaborate and increased in size which was balanced by more delicate head wear and set off by hair which was swept away from the face as can be seen in the above picture of Queen Elizabeth I. Follow the link to lean more about Tudor Era hairstyles.

Visit this site dedicated to providing information about the facts, history and people of the Elizabethan Food.Fast and accurate facts about the Elizabethan Food.Learn about the history and lives of people during the Elizabethan Food.

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