In this week's Claire chats video, I answer Tudor Society member Laurie's question: "why did Anne wear a gable hood to her execution, when she traditionally only wore French hoods? Was it possibly related to showing increased piety, etc.?"
Here are the images I mention in my talk:
Margaret Tudor is also wearing a gable hood in this portrait:
The snuff box miniature can be seen at Lissa Bryan's blog - http://under-these-restless-skies.blogspot.com.es/2017/03/a-lovely-new-portrait-of-anne-boleyn.html
Tudor Society members can view my Claire Chats video on Tudor women's costume at www.tudorsociety.com/tudor-costume-video-what-women-wore-at-henry-viiis-court/