New PDF release: It's True!

By Susan Green

ISBN-10: 1741143020

ISBN-13: 9781741143027

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Mainly to show who was who. With their castles and 49 mansions, city properties and huge estates with farms and forests, the noble families had lots of money and power. They were the upper or ruling class. But from the late thirteenth century the rapidly growing middle class of merchants and traders were also getting richer, and so were able to afford the materials and styles of the nobility. Sumptuary laws show that the upper classes were worried about these changes in society. If you can’t tell a rich merchant from a rich duke, what is the world coming to?

Today we call them tights. The first tights were made as two separate stockings, tailored from cloth and laced onto the bottom of the wearer’s tunic. The gap between the legs was filled with a pouch of material called a codpiece. No Flies on These Guys Today, men have flies. ) Back then, they had the codpiece. ) Originally, it was just a lightly padded flap of material used to fill the gap between the two separate legs of men’s tights. Over time, codpieces became an eye-catching accessory. 28 In the sixteenth century, codpieces were heavily padded so that they stuck out from the rest of the clothes, and were decorated with ribbons, puffs, slashes and even jewelled pins.

The gap between the legs was filled with a pouch of material called a codpiece. No Flies on These Guys Today, men have flies. ) Back then, they had the codpiece. ) Originally, it was just a lightly padded flap of material used to fill the gap between the two separate legs of men’s tights. Over time, codpieces became an eye-catching accessory. 28 In the sixteenth century, codpieces were heavily padded so that they stuck out from the rest of the clothes, and were decorated with ribbons, puffs, slashes and even jewelled pins.

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