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Lecture 8

FMD 250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Social Class, Graf, FarthingalePremium

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Department
Fashion Merchandising and Design
Course Code
FMD 250
Professor
usha Chowdhary
Lecture
8

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FMD 250WI- 17th Century Notes
Types of Costumes:
o Puritan-similar to rest of population
o Cavaliers- dressed lavishly
o Spanish wore farthingale and mantilla (veil used to cover
the head)
o Guardifante was the term used for the oval shaped skirt
Me’s Costues:
o Flat Collar
o Breeches
o Balagny-Capes
o Cassocks-Full cut, wide, thigh length coats
o English men- love locks
o Shoes had large outward extensions
o Petticoat Breeches or rhinegraves were divided skirts
Rhinegrave looked like this
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o Charles II introduced vest- this led to the three-piece suit
o Galosh was term for healed and soled shoes that had toe
cap
o Knee length coats replaced doublets, vets and waist coats
were used interchangeably
o Use of wigs grew-some wigs were powdered
Examples of what men
wore
Woe’s Costues:
o Gown with bodies and skirt and stomacher was worn
o Wide brimmed hats and locked hair
o Sleeves were full
o Jackets could be worn
o Virago sleeves were worn
o Stiff ruff was replaced by flat ruff
o Caps were worn for outdoors
o Shoes were similar to those of me
o Clogs were worn in bad weather
o Wide lace collars were called Whisk
o Last two decades of the 17th Century:
No changes in undergarments
Corsets were visible
They were padded and decorated
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