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  1. CLOTHING By: Katarina Klingensmith

  2. Clothing for Women Women would be seen wearing shoes, over under skirt, bodice, hat or snood. The women generally breaded there hair because curls were a mark of beauty. The women usually decorated there dresses. The colors on the woman's dress were plain and solid colors. The women and men wore linen, silk, cotton, velvet, and satin. Sometimes there was flax available for the richer people to.

  3. Clothing Wood Elf Cincher Sets Blue Baroness Medieval Wedding Gown White Pearls

  4. Clothing for Man • Men commonly wore boots, hat, vest, shirt and pants. • The men’s clothing was plain and simple like the women’s clothing. They typically wore plain light colors. • The men’s clothing was made out of sturdy material. This was because the men’s clothing was more likely rip or tear. • Men clothing did not resemble ours at all. We do not have any of the clothes that they had.

  5. Clothing Cotton Shirt Black Velvet Doublet Tartan Kilt Outfit Faux Suede Shirt

  6. Clothing for Children • The children would wear what the adults wore after the age of years. • The clothing that the children wore were a exact replica of there parents clothing.Just in a smaller size. • The children's clothing was made from tuff material just like the men’s clothing. • The girl children wore heavy clothes like there mother and so did the boys because Europe was such a cold country. • Even the boys tried to dress just like there father.

  7. Clothing Knightly Tunic Baroque Jacket Red Baroque Juliette Dress

  8. References • http://www.indianchild.com/dresses/renaissance_clothing.htm • http://edhelper.com/ReadingComprehension_54_498.html • http://www.examiner.com/x-21686-Chicago-French-Culture-Examiner~y2009m9d23-What-did-people-really-wear-during-the-Renaissance--part-II • http://www.angelfire.com/amiga2/fashion1/childrens.html