Tudor Fashion. By Ramisha and Cameron . Contents. Poor clothing Rich clothing Tudor jewellery Tudor kings and queens clothing Children's clothing Tudor shoes . Poor clothing.
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For the poor, fashion did not change at all. They wore loose-fitting clothes made from woollen cloth. Most men wore trousers made of wool and tunic which came down to their knee. Women wore a dress of wool that went down to the ground. They often wore an apron over this, and wore a cloth bonnet on their heads.
The rich were very keen to be seen in the latest clothes and newest styles. Rich men wore white silk shirts, frilled at the neck an wrists. Over this they wore a tunic and close-fittings striped trousers called a hose. Tudor women like flowing , long dresses that were held in shape with a hoop of wood.