The Elizabethan Era

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It was full of many wonderful things, such as fashion. They had a very particular fashion. The Elizabethan era was the Queen Elizabeth I's reign which was from 1558–1603. It took place in England. It is also known as the golden age. This also happened to be when Elizabethan Theatre began to grow and playwrights like Shakespeare composed many plays that changed the way of the old style theatre ways. Towards the end of Queen Elizabeth’s reign, fashion and clothing became more and more overstated, following the unusual style of the very old queen. Fashion and Clothing for men changed depending on if they were a part of the lower class or upper class. It didn’t matter if a person was poor or rich they still weren’t allowed to wear anything they wanted to. They could be richer than everyone but if they were apart of a certain class they still weren’t allowed to wear clothes made of the same material, fabric or even of the same color. For example, In the Elizabethan era men's fashion had a general style but was also separated by peasants and Royalty. In the Elizabethan era men's fashion had a general style but was also separated by peasants and Royalty.
In the Elizabethan era there was general style for men that most all people had and used.
The main parts of men's fashion Elizabethan area were the doublet, Stockings or hose, separated sleeves, Corsets, Breeches, Ruffs, and Cloaks. Also of course there…

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