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Fashion life varied from each social class however they were also the same First a large majority of the clothes were made from wool but the wool was differed the rich had high quality wool that was most likely soft and did not last too long While the poor wore coarse wool Lambert Clothes in Tudor England pg 1 this wool was tougher than its counterpart but usually had a foul odor Linen was used to make shirts and under garments While the poor wore plain clothes the rich added silk gold or silver thread Lambert Clothes in Tudor England pg 2 Fashion also helped with labor working men who worked in fields where a loose tunic Lambert Clothes in Tudor England pg 4 which was functional Women in the 16 century were excepted to attire a certain way The average aristocrat women would were a dress made of two sections a bodice and a skirt Like in those movies women wore a farthingale made from whale bone or wood If you were not rich enough you would were an a padded roll around their waist called a bum roll Lambert Clothes in Tudor England pg 5 I believe the 16th century also known as the Tudor era before Elizabeth 1 died was violent The justice system was extremely biased and corrupt The people with the most power were the king and pope if the king accused you of treason there would be no trial or jury it was off with your head In the Tudor reign there were thousands of people without a job who were homeless or a wander The Tudor governments tolerated people who were disabled begging However they did not tolerate able-bodied people without jobs wandering around Lambert The Poor in Tudor England pg3 While anyone without a license would be punished harshly if found Even though there were many laws about half were enforced the other half were blown
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