She was wearing one of her eighty fine wigs that was created in an Up-do and dashed with jewels. Her skin was snow white and her cheeks and lips matched the red in her dress, as this is said to be the most beautiful thing to do with your makeup. Her dress was designed by her personal seamstress. It came complete with a ruff, attachable sleeves, a cloak, a hat, and shoes all bedazzled with jewels and also in the crimson red. As rumored, her seamstress also created all new undergarments for the Queen solely for this occasion, including a new hooped skirt, new stockings, a new shift, and a new corset which made the queen look very thin and slender.
While the queen was enjoying the play her servant, Constance, was moving extra swiftly tending to the queen and her guests. Constance was wearing a pale red and cream dress made of wool, used by most lower class citizens. Her attire was also made by Queen Elizabeth's seamstress, a blessing for someone of her rank. These days, servants and slaves, like Constance, have to buy secondhand clothing that is infested with diseases such as the plague. Constance's outfit was made to match the queens and to make her look presentable to all the places guests. The play went off without an error and the queen enjoyed fun filled and fashionable birthday.