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Beautiful green Tudor dress  middle / working class / merchant class

Beautiful green Tudor dress middle / working class / merchant class

15th century German......as I am half Kraut and I like the V neck...this could be an achievable style for me ...Ya!!! Sewing...by hand...the ultimate challenge...actually cutting the pattern would be challenge enough lolz....HELP!!!!

15th century German......as I am half Kraut and I like the V neck...this could be an achievable style for me ...Ya!!! Sewing...by hand...the ultimate challenge...actually cutting the pattern would be challenge enough lolz....HELP!!!!

WastedWeeds: Blue Waistcoat (v2.0) "Sunday Best"

WastedWeeds: Blue Waistcoat (v2.0) "Sunday Best"

20130515 152821 by ZarrinaBull.deviantart.com on @deviantART

20130515 152821 by ZarrinaBull.deviantart.com on @deviantART

1580's Working-Class Dress based on the paintings of Vincenzo Campi, by Laura Parker (silverstah on Flikr).

1580's Working-Class Dress based on the paintings of Vincenzo Campi, by Laura Parker (silverstah on Flikr).

Green Tudor dress side view by *PetStudent on deviantART

Green Tudor dress side view by *PetStudent on deviantART

Ren Faire inspiration... for when I get tired of Sr. Philippa.

Ren Faire inspiration... for when I get tired of Sr. Philippa.

Tudor Costume

Tudor Costume

Elizabethan Kirtle | A beautifully fitted creation! Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Elizabethan Kirtle | A beautifully fitted creation! Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Gammura (or sometimes a Camora or Camorra): an Italian (particularly Florence) style of women's dress popular in the 15th and early 16th centuries. It consisted of a fitted bodice and full skirt worn over a Camicia (a type of chemise). Early styles were front-laced, but the fashion later shifted to side-laced styles.

Gammura (or sometimes a Camora or Camorra): an Italian (particularly Florence) style of women's dress popular in the 15th and early 16th centuries. It consisted of a fitted bodice and full skirt worn over a Camicia (a type of chemise). Early styles were front-laced, but the fashion later shifted to side-laced styles.

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