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Elizabethan Renaissance Doublet Gown
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Black Wool and Silk Renaissance Doublet Gown Details
The entire ensemble is made of silks, wool silk blend and cotton velvet. The bodice is made of cotton velvet with gold zardozi trim and is edged in gold cording. The neck line is finished with very small velvet tabs.
The outer part of the doublet is made of a silk and wool blend fabric that has had velvet ribbon laid down in a chevron pattern. Between the chevrons are slashes in the fabric. Behind the wool and silk layer is a red silk that shows behind the slashes. The doublet is boned and interlined with canvas with a final finishing lining in black silk. The closures are hooks and eyes.
The sleeves of the doublet are made in two pieces in the same technique used for the doublet. The sleeves attach at the shoulders with ribbon and can be removed for a more versatile look.
The overskirt is made of wool silk blended fabric with velvet ribbon trim. The underskirt is red silk.
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