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1570 by Tadarida.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Corsets become popular (their purpose is to give a conical shape to the torso, not to make the waist super small.

1550 by Tadarida

Middle Ages and Renaissance by Tadarida on DeviantArt

1830 .:3:. by Tadarida.deviantart.com on @deviantART - From the artist's comments: "Woman wears an evening dress that has wide skirt and puffed sleeves - they are supposed to make waist appear slimmer. She's also wearing renaissance-like headdress, flat, square-toed shoes and embroidered, slik stockings. Man wears cossack trousers (dark for evening) and tailcoat. Shoulders are more sloped and sleeves less puffed (than they were in the 20s)."

Woman wears an evening dress that has wide skirt and puffed sleeves - they are supposed to make waist appear slimmer. She's also wearing renaissance-lik.

Venice 1540 Green dress has an open bodice showing chemise (or rather a piece of material, worn over a corset, made to look like a chemise) that's specific to Venetian fashion and is prominent in various forms over the 16th century by Tadarida.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Green dress has an open bodice showing chemise (or rather a piece of material, worn over a corset, made to look like a chemise) that's specific to Venet.

1630 Baroque fashion for man and woman.  Woman's silhoutte is soft and curvy, sleeves are full and the waistline rises.  Also, for he first time since the ancient Rome, women show their lower arms! by Tadarida.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Baroque fashion for man and woman. Woman's silhoutte is soft and curvy, sleeves are full and the waistline rises.

1882 by Tadarida

Long, lean line of later is being replaced by more curvy one. Bustle is not yet back, but skirts gain more volume. Evening dresses have short slee.

1520 .:2:. by Tadarida

by Tadarida on DeviantArt. Some men's clothes, with very wide sleeves and low necklines.

1795 by Tadarida

1795 day dresses by Tadarida

Elizabeth I when a Princess | The Royal Collection

This painting is the finest and most compelling portrait of Elizabeth I before her accession. It conveys her beauty, dignity, gentleness and learning. 1546 / Attributed to William Scrots. Probably painted for Henry VIII.

1835 by Tadarida

Evening dress with long sleeves. In the second half of their fullness moves downwards. Big sleeves and skirt are used to emphatise narrow waist.

1330  open hoods, were popular headgear especially among the bourgeoise, but women from all classes wore them. The woman on the left is from the working class. She's wearing a red hood with a simple black dress worn over a pink kirtle and orange sleeves.The lady on the right is wearing a much fancier, particolored dress, with some really pointy shoes and a black hood, with a cape Dresses from that period often had pockets, or rather holes through which one could grab a purse tied to a belt

Two women wearing open hoods, which were popular headgears especially among the bourgeoise, but women from all classes wore them. 1330 Women in hoods

Lithographie MARGUERITE DE VALOIS soeur Francois Ier Renaissance Costume ls 403

Lithographie MARGUERITE DE VALOIS soeur Francois Ier Renaissance Costume ls 403

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