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Basic Chart of Tudor Sumptuary Laws for Dress
These laws dictated what color and type of clothing, furs, fabrics, and trims were allowed to persons of various ranks or incomes. In the case of clothing this was intended, amongst other reasons, to reduce spending on foreign textiles and to ensure that people did not dress "above their station"

Sumptuary laws

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