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Elizabethan Fashion, Elizabethan Collar, Elizabethan Clothing, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, 17th Century Clothing, Ruff Collar, Period Outfit, Medieval Costume

Elizabethan ruffs and cavalier collars for sale. Meticulous research and high quality craftsmanship by award winning costume designer/creator. Catering specifically to discriminating SCA, LARP, Ren Faire enthusiasts and re-enactors

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Did people actually wear collars like this, or was it a special accessory to wear while sitting for a portrait? Minnesotastan got curious and researched Elizabethan ruffs. They served a purpose: keeping "ring around the collar" away from the shirt. In the 17th century, the upper classes even had special appliances to iron them. The ruffs were starched, dyed, and propped up before they fell out of fashion. 17th Century Fashion, 16th Century, Elizabethan Ruff, Elizabethan Clothing, Elizabethan Fashion, Ruff Collar, Lace Collar, Dutch Golden Age, Bad Dog

Did people actually wear collars like this, or was it a special accessory to wear while sitting for a portrait? Minnesotastan got curious and researched Elizabethan ruffs. They served a purpose: keeping "ring around the collar" away from the shirt. In the 17th century, the upper classes even had special appliances to iron them. The ruffs were starched, dyed, and propped up before they fell out of fashion. Get the whole story and additional links at TYWKIWDBI. Link...

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Collars, Cuffs and Ruffs in Early Modern Italy - Refashioning the Renaissance Renaissance Portraits, Renaissance Paintings, Renaissance Men, Italian Renaissance, Felipe Ii, S Xvii, Ruff Collar, Rennaissance Art, Art Parody

Linen shirts were important garments in the early modern period. They helped to keep the body clean by drawing away sweat and oil, but also gave structure to sleeves, bodices and doublets. From the early sixteenth century, shirts began to expand beyond the boundaries of these garments, peeking out through slashes in sleeves, as well ...

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