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Teasel’s Tudor Trivia – What did Tudor children wear – Part 2 – Toddlers

In the latest edition of Teasel's Tudor trivia, Teasel and I explain what Tudor babies and toddlers wore after they'd grown out of being swaddled.

Did boy and girl toddlers wear different clothes? What did Tudor children's clothes consist of?

Find out about Tudor children's clothes for toddlers in today's talk.

By the way, I go into far more detail on this in a Claire Chats talk I did a few years ago, on which this talk is based. Click here to view that talk.

Book recommendation: The Tudor Child: Clothing and Culture 1485 to 1625 by Jane Huggett and Ninya Mikhaila

Here are the other Teasel's Tudor Trivia videos I mention, in case you missed them:

Here are useful links to portraits showing 16th century toddlers:

Edward VI - https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d8/Edward_VI_by_Holbein.jpg

Toddlers in bibs and aprons - https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/557672366336349363/

A young boy aged 3 - https://twitter.com/weissgallery/status/974571146250203136/photo/1

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Teasel’s Tudor Trivia – What did Tudor children wear – Part 2 – Toddlers