Part of the “Tudor Living History Reference Books” series. “This series on common people’s clothing from 1480 to 1580 follows a previous series covering 1580-1660. Unlike the latter period, which was one of modest change, in this period the main theme is evolution especially below the waist with major changes in footwear and leg wear.
This volume considers who were what garments in what fabrics and colours. The patterns and construction of these garments will be covered in a second part. The fabrics will be considered in detail in another volume as will headwear, footwear and trimmings, and the dyeing methods. Two more volumes will cover women’s clothing.”
Softcover: 64 pages.
Product Dimensions: 21.0 x 15.0 x 0.5 cm