What kind of clothes did tudors?
Aristocratic women wore farthingales and boustiers. Men wore knee length, stockings, and cod pieces. Both wore large starched collars. Peasent women wore peasant skirts and blouses.
3 people found this useful
Poor people wore homespun woollens Rich people wore elaborate silk and other fabrics, often heavily ornamented with embroidery.
Tudors wash their clothes with wee
Because they considered the color red holding health givingproperties, many articles of clothing included this popular color.The fabrics used were often rich and luxurious sil…ks and satins.
During this time period wool and silk were being produced. TheTudor royalty would have had well made wood and silk clothing. Theywould have also had a large amount of purple f…abric. Purple was arare and difficult dye and would have been very expensive. TheTudors would have used clothing as evidence of their wealth so itwould have been luxurious, expertly made and vibrantly colored.
what clothing did the Tudors were for a fashion show
English Tudors were famous for there beautiful and detailed clothing especially in Elizabethan times. Clothes would tell if you were wealthy or not and how wealthy you were. R…ich people could afford fine wool, linen or silk. Their clothes were often decorated with jewels and embroidered with gold or silver thread. If you were poor everyone could tell and you would not get all the luxury's even if you could afford them! Wealthy Tudors are immediately recognized by their beautiful clothes. Fashion was important to the Tudors for both the men and the women. Most ordinary people wore clothes similar to those of the rich and fashionable people but they were simpler and made from cheap materials like wool or linen. Tudor fashions varied according to whether the person was a member of the royal family, the nobles, upper class or one of the poor, working class other wise known as peasants. But Tudors were not allowed to wear whatever they liked due to the Tudor Sumptuary Laws or the posh name is Statutes of Apparel. Colors, fashion styles and materials were dictated by class and rank. The higher the rank the more choice of materials, styles and colors that could be worn and the more distinct the fashion. The rank and position of Tudor men and women would be immediately recognized by the fashion of their clothes together with the color, style and material of their clothing. Tudor fashion in England had many different styles and colors over a period of about 100 years. While the style best known is invented by Henry VIII and his many wives, the styles worn in the time of Henry's father, Henry VII, and his daughters Mary also known as bloody Mary and Elizabeth I is also a part of the Tudor fashion period.
the Tudor clothes cost more than the pay - back in the day - so they only could buy one dress a month - and when i got to small they still had to keep it unless they had enoug…h money to buy a new one - or 2nd hand - for a very little asking price - Rich clothes the rich could get a dress every day if the want to - the sold all the old ones the poor and just went out to buy a new one - the rich and poor and very different - I hope this has helped at all !
ladies wore long tall dresses
well..... they wore stupid clothes that pig wore ha ha and they were as stupid as u lol i think ... their name was pops the viii
they wore clothes with dull underwhere
They wore a tunic and short trousers whitch came down just above the knee
Tudor England is famous for its beautiful and ornate clothing, particularly during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. Clothes were a means of displaying how wealthy a person was.… Rich people could afford clothing made of fine wool, linen or silk. Their clothes were decorated with jewels and embroidered with gold thread. No rich person felt properly dressed to impress unless he or she was wearing a Ruff. Like so many Tudor clothes, it gave a strong signal about the wealth and important of the person wearing it Rich ladies wore padded skirts held up with loops. Over these went bodices and colourful floor-length gowns. Rich men wore white silk shirts, frilled at the neck and wrists. Over this they wore doublet (a bit like a tight-fitting jacket), and close-fitting striped trousers (called hose ). Everyone wore their hair shoulder length.
they would just air them( outer garments) the under ones would be washed in great vats outside that would take hours. Most of the people would reek of course but in those days… every one smelled the same, no one knew any different
silk , wool, linen and furs
Tudor girls wore a plain grown with a top and skirt, and a petticoat.