German Renaissance avaWriting school and college papers, courseworks, and homework assignments require just the right info on the subject. And if you’re researching the topic of 16th-century fashion, Nationalclothing.org is the place for you. In this post, you’ll find all of our articles in one place about male and female clothes from the 1500s, aristocratic wear, period-accurate military uniforms, 16th-century hairstyles, and a variety of other topics. Also, we specified whether you have permission to use the photos from each article. Good luck with your educational projects.

 

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Renaissance wedding fashion. First white wedding gowns appeared in 16th-century Italy, not 19th-century England

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Men’s attire in Europe in the 16th century. German Renaissance outfit

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Aristocratic menswear in the 16th century. How did noblemen dress in the first half of the 1500s?

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Traditional dresses in Renaissance Europe. Quattrocento and Cinquecento fashion trends

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Middle-class woman’s outfit from Poland, the early 16th century

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Italian women’s attire and hairstyle from the 1500s

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Tudor fashion. How did English ladies and gentlemen dress in the 15-16th century

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Period-accurate clothing on portrait miniatures. The most charming source of fashion info ever!

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Pontifical Swiss Guard's traditional uniforms for every occasion and rank

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This is the only garment worn by Elizabeth I that survived until our days

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Modern replicas of Cossack costumes. Clothing of elite military forces

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Articles about separate 16th-century garments

Wheel farthingale or French farthingale. No surviving examples, so how did it look like?

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Corsetry in the Renaissance era. Have you heard about metal corsets?

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Underwear in Europe in the Early Modern period: braies and pantaloons

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Underwear in Europe in the Early Modern period: chemise or shift

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History of hand fan from Renaissance to Rococo

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Partlet – cute accessory that covered lady’s low neckline

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