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    • Jerkin, doublet and cape-tunic

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    • The doublet and jerkin are the most popular garments. The doublet is fitted and short. Hose are laced to the edge with metal points. The cape-tunic is cut in two semi-circles and joined at the top of the shoulder. The front semi-circle is carefully...
    • Doublet variations, jerkin skirt, jerkin

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    • The doublet is now worn alone. Preferred by young men, it is waist length and somewhat shorter in back than in front. Sometimes it has a short skirt. Necklines vary and include the square, surplice and long-V neckline. The sleeves are tied into the...
    • Martydon of St. Sebastion

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    • A cote-hardie on top of a doublet. The heavy padding through the chest is typical of doublets in this period. Belts are always at the hip line (miniature)
    • Henri IV

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    • During the Elizabethan period men's dress becomes shorter and reveals the full leg. This stiff and padded doublet has a modest peascod shape. Pearls and jewels are embroidered in an allover pattern on the doublet and hose. This is an excellent...
    • King Charles IX

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    • A full-skirted and embroidered jerkin over a cream-colored doublet. Padded pumpkin hose exaggerate the size of the hips and make the waistline seem small. A short cape hangs from the shoulder
    • Robert Devereux, Second Earl of Lessex

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    • Its emphasis on the silhouette, this elegant light colored dress is unusually restrained in its decoration. The doublet is fitted tightly through the body and padded over the stomach into the peascod shape. The waist is severely cinched. Very...
    • Young Englishman

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    • The short pumpkin hose are reduced to small padded rolls at the hips. This is a good view of the peascod doublet with typical decorative buttons at the front. A short cape hangs from the shoulder. As this pose indicates, Elizabethan men are...
    • Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester

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    • A short, fitted doublet with piccadils defining the waistline. Sleeves have a natural-looking form. Small slashes and punched holes create the texture in the fabric. The collar stands very high (artist unknown)
    • Richard Sackville, Third Earl of Dorset

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    • Gold clock-work is embroidered at the base of the hose. Braid is used emphatically on the seam lines and piccadil trim of the doublet. Pumpkin hose are paned and decorated with braid, small moons, suns, and stars. The white shoes have large gold...
    • Duc de Chevreuse

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    • Another whisk collar with matching cuffs. The waistline is defined by a gold belt which follows the V shape of the doublet. The padded venetians are gathered from waist to knee (Collection of the Earl Spencer, Althrop, Northamptonshire)
    • James I

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    • A tightly fitted doublet with a modest V at the waist. Hose ties are at the waistline. In this example the shaping seams are clearly defined
    • Workmen

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    • One workman is in a doublet, the other a black jerkin. Slops cover the upper legs (artist unknown; Ms. 457)

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