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How to Dress Like an Italian: Spring Edition

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If you want to know what Italians wear and to fit in while traveling to Italy this spring, then don't miss this checklist of trendy European clothes and accessories!
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Italian Fashion is well-known in the world, with fashion brands including Gucci and Armani. Italian women like wearing a chic jacket or trench coat.. Italian men wear a well tailored jacket with white or beige pants, and leather shoes. Italians love wearing sunglasses. Pants have to be colorful for both men and women. That's just some of the little things that make Italian fashion.

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History Of Fashion - Elizabethan

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Reign of Queen Elizabeth  I and it was considered golden age in english history. She verged during the prominence of the Italian REinassance. It was an age of the spread of ideas. The Elizabethan Era was an extremely fanshions-conscious era, and always cared about looking "awesome" and "stylish." Queen Elizabeth had 300 gowns and many more hundred costumes. Women wore puffy sleeves, tight dresses, and ruffes showed the prestige and postion of you standing. They wanted their clothes to look like the men's.

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Roman Women's Fashion

Roman Fashion Photo Story! Enjoy!!!!!!!!!
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This video is relavant to our topic because it shows what Roman women's fashion looked like.

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Roman Attire

Roman Attire | Roman vs. Elizabethan Attire | Scoop.it
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This is relevant to our topic because in this picture it shows what the Roman clothing was. Women in Roman times wore a basic female garment called stola which was a long tunic reaching to the ground. The stola was usually worn over another long tunic and therefore it was a bit shorter. Roman men wore a knee-length tunic, either sleeveless or short-sleeved. Roman men also wore a cloak over their tunic, which was like a wide shawl that was draped over the shoulder and carefully wrapped around the body.

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England Today - England

Itineraries, trip ideas, and things to see in England.
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British fashion is known for their strange, creative, bold style in their clothing style. Some of their individual designers are Victoria Beckham, Paul Smith, and Stella McCartney. The Duchess of Cambridge is the chief ambassador of British fashion. She chooses to incorporate high fashion with great prices are one of the things that makes British fashion famous.

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History Of Fashion - Roman

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Clothes worn by Roman women were very simple. ROmans used wool, linen, cotton, and silk for clothing. A Roman matron normally dressedd in a subligacolum, an under tunic, and a stola. (outer tunic) Women, most of the time, wore both tunics. They also wore scarfs inside and a palla outside. They did not wear hats, but hair was always neatly organized. They loved jewelry, but not many could actually afford them.

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Elizabethan Clothing

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This is relavant to our topic because it shows what Elizabethan clothing looked like.

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Elizabethan Attire- Men and Women

Elizabethan Attire- Men and Women | Roman vs. Elizabethan Attire | Scoop.it
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This is relevant to our topic because in this picture it shows what the Elizabethan clothing looked like. Woman wore a smock or shift, stockings or hose, corset or bodice, a hooped skirt, a roll, stomacher, petticoat, kirtle, forepart, partlet, gown, separate sleeves, ruff, cloak, shoes, and a hat. Men wore  a shirt, stockings or hose, codpiece, corset, doublet, separate sleeves, breeches, belt, ruff, cloak, shoes, and a hat.

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