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Early 16th century dresses.  The two dresses on left are closed in the back, the right one is closed in the front. The middle one has a split in the front of the dress, showing the front of the kirtle. The skirt have no support so they fall naturally. There are no corsets yet, a kirtle worn under the gown is used to shape the body and the bust line is slightly curved. They are all wearing different hoods and black parlets - those could be square necked, V-shaped or round. 


I think the dresses give a bit of a princess-y vibe, with the flowing sleeves, natural silhouettes and simple hoods. 
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MorganMartini Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you so much!! Your art was very helpful for history learners like me :)
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luizalaloca Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Beautiful! I love the clothes, hoods and your art!
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