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  • Picard, Liza. "Women's Rank in Clothing." Bl.uk, 15 Mar. 2016, www.bl.uk/shakespeare/articles/clothing-in-elizabethan-england.
  • Hanson, Paige. Renaissance Clothing and sumptaury Laws, 21 Mar. 2018.
  • I...don't have enough money to buy good clothes for my kids and I
  • Romanova, Anastasia. “Citelighter Is the Fast, Fun, and Easy Way to Do Research.”Citelighter, 21 Mar. 2018, www.citelighter.com/film-media/fashion/knowledgecards/womens-fashions-of-the-elizabethan-era.
  • Wealthy high-society women wore dresses that could in no way be considered functional.  IN
  • Clothing for servants and members of the lower classes were only loosely fitted to provide ease of moving while doing daily chores. IN
  • Women's rank in class impacted the ability in what they wore in the 1500s. Upper class women wore tighter dresses and lower class women wore more cheaper dresses like linen. Today we all live in the same places and we all are allowed to wear whatever we want to wear. IN
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