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Jacket
* outer-most piece of clothing worn by common-men
* worn over the shoulders and chest then falling in full pleats and belted at the waist

(Renaissance)
How does the doublet change into the 15th Century? (Italian Renaissance)
* Getting much shorter
* Ends just below the waist normally
Pumpkin Breaches
* Trunk hose, padded
* Big puffy pants worn by men (finally!)

(N. Renaissance)
Base
* A skirt like garment worn with jacket or doublet
* In military setting, worn with armor

(N. Renaissance)
Panes
* Loose, vertical bands on sleeves, doublets and trunk hose

(N. Renaissance)
Slashing
* cutting the fabric and allowing the under fabrics to show through

(N. Renaissance)
Duck Bill Shoes
* very wide shoes
* Literally look like duck bills at the end

(N. Renaissance)
Canions
* Covers thighs (not breaches) for protection
* extensions from the end of the trunk hose to the knees or slightly below. fastened to separate hose at the bottom

(N. Renaissance)
Peascod Belly
* stuffing to make a large puffed out chest like a peacock
* used to fill out a man's doublet

(N. Renaissance)
Spanish farthingale
* cone shape hoop skirt
* support used to make dresses fuller

(N. Renaissance)
Cartwheel Farthingale
* Drum shape hoop skirt
* Used to make dress fuller, mostly used with British women

(N. Renaissance)
Cheaters (partlet)
* Filler of the open chest (women)
* Used for modesty

(N. Renaissance)
Neck ruff
* Worn around the neck
* Very wide, often of lace, stiffly starched
* Often held up by under proper

(N. Renaissance)
English Hood (Gable)
* Headdress, pointed shaped in front

(N. Renaissance)
French Hood
* Headdress, rounded shape in front

(N. Renaissance)
Slops (gallygaskins)
* Full like trunk hose, but not padded

(N. Renaissance)
Pecadiles
* a row of small square flaps placed at the waist of the doublet

(N. Renaissance)
Culots
* VERY short breaches, padded
* Usually worn by younger men

(N. Renaissance)
Ropa
* "Out gown"
* garment of spanish origin
* an outer gown or surcote made either sleeveless or with several types of sleeve

(N. Renaissance)
Spanish Work
* An especially fashionable embroidery from Spain

(N. Renaissance)
What was the major changes from the 15th-16th century in women's fashion?
* Not as close fitting, more volume to clothes
* Balanced out looks => Bigger sleeves with littler waists (eyes drawn from top to bottom)
Plackard
* Ermine front panel on the front of sideless surcote

(Renaissance)
Bodice
* A usually fitted vest or wide, lace-up girdle worn by women over a dress or blouse
* Often cross-laced and sleeveless covering the waist and bust
* Common in peasant dress

(Renaissance)
Petticoat
* An underskirt, especially one that is full and often trimmed and ruffled and of a decorative fabric

(Renaissance)
Lappet
* A small lap, flap, or loosely hanging part, especially of a garment or headdress
* On a man's doublet, is slightly sexual

(Renaissance)