Attire during the Elizabethan Epogue vs. the 1500s Italian Attire
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European fashion in 1500s

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This Article talks about European fashion in1500s and how people developed thier culture during that time.

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Italian Fashion during 1500s

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Visual example of Italian fashion in 1500s

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Italian Renaissance Hairdressing

Italian Renaissance Hairdressing | Attire during the Elizabethan Epogue vs. the 1500s Italian Attire | Scoop.it
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Describes Italian ways of  hairdressing in 1500s

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Daily Life in the Elizabethan Era

Daily Life in the Elizabethan Era | Attire during the Elizabethan Epogue vs. the 1500s Italian Attire | Scoop.it
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Describes daily life of wealthy nobles during Elizabethan era.
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Elizabethan Fashion

Elizabethan Fashion | Attire during the Elizabethan Epogue vs. the 1500s Italian Attire | Scoop.it
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Women's attire  during Elizabethan era.

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Elizabethan Hair Styles

Elizabethan Hair Styles | Attire during the Elizabethan Epogue vs. the 1500s Italian Attire | Scoop.it
Hair Styles
Elizabethan Hair Styles for the court were led by Queen Elizabeth. Upper class fashion, which included hairstyles, was highly elaborate - and necessary to achieve attention and success at court.
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Describes  hair styles and head covering  for men and women popular during Elizabethan era.

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