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Chapter 91. How did royalty directly influence fashions in dress during the 17thcentury? Provide examples to support your explanation2. How did the dress of Spanish upper-class men and women differ from the dress ofupper-class men and women in other European countries? Identify factors that seemto have been the basis for these differences. 3. How did the clothing of members of the Puritan and Royalist factions differ duringthe English Civil War? What seems to have been the basis for these differences?4. In two or three sentences, summarize the differences between 17thcentury dress in England and in English North American colonies.England was well equipped with all of the “fancies” of dress, while the newborn America was not at first. The colonies were just being set up, so clothing was very utilitarian in comparison to England. It was plain for a while, until more permanent structures were built. Invoices from cargo shipments tell us that nice fabrics and fashionable items began to be shipped over the water after some time.5. Compare scholars’ opinions about children’s dress in your textbook and explain which view you find most convincing and why.The view that paintings are the best form of information makes the most sense.