Victorian and Elizabethan Fashion

By: Brooke Chrysty and Maribel Pagan

Victorian Fashion

The Victorian era was mainly about the woman when it came to fashion. The styles were constantly changing which made it difficult, as well as expensive, to stay in style.

Women

Women and girls followed the same guide lines when it came to clothing. The girls were usually less extreme, however. Upper and lower class both wore the same things, but made with different materials biased on what you could afford.

Men

Men and boys followed the same guidelines

Elizabethan Fashion

In the Elizabethan Fashion Era clothes and colors represented social classes. Strict laws were put in place to insure that the social classes were stable. Wearing clothes outside your social class were often punished by anything in between fines and also death. The laws were very strict so you could tell the social status of the person immediately when you look at them.

Women

Men