Common Spanish woman
at the turn of
the 16th century consists of linen camisa, petticoat, hip pads,
partlet, pocket, bodice (e.g. Magdalena Penitente, 1594-1595,
Caravaggio), outer skirt and doublet. The false braid was called
a baby. The color combination of the garment corresponds to the
painting „Ladies in a Garden Embroidering“, Gervasius Fabricius,
1603/37. The next pages show some bottom layers.