The kirtle was a garment that supported the bust and created the correct silhouette for the period.

The kirtle was a garment that supported the bust and created the correct silhouette for the period. - This is a great simple design for a peasant or artisan level citizen in Tudor England!

Late Elizabethan attire, lovingly created by Jenn

Late Elizabethan attire, lovingly created by Jenn. We imagine our heroine, Anne Howard, in this costume.

Perdita at the Globe Theater.  Jenny Tiramani costumer.

Jacobean dress designed by Jenny Tiramani. Perdita in The Winter's Tale, Globe Theatre, London.

Elizabethan Gown-EXCERPT: Inspired by a portrait of Elizabeth Brydges 1589, the black velvet corseted gown is worn over the wheel farthingale with supporting bumroll and brocaded petticoat.

Elizabethan Gown-EXCERPT: Inspired by a portrait of Elizabeth Brydges the black velvet corseted gown is worn over the wheel farthingale with supporting bumroll and brocaded petticoat.


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