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At 7:36, the word "was" pops up briefly on the bottom left to demonstrate an appreciation of grammatical correctness as well as the historical correctness that is the subject of this video. Victorian theatre majors like myself appreciate such care. Well done, Bernadette Banner. :o)
Queen Elizabeth: My culture is not your Halloween Costume
I would literally pay thousands for your art.
these videos feel like you've been pulled out of the 1500, but have taken it in stride, and are living well, albeit a little confused.
Guinevere kind of got left out of the appraisal, but I’m sure people wore clothes in the Dark Ages as well…🙁🙁
Omg why is the southern belle costume sold out please I need to believe that no one wanted to wear that Barbie monstrosity
You are attractive and it was very distracting while watching the video. But then again I'm not sure why I care so much about historical Halloween costumes so… yeah.
Can you please correct the 1920s costumes
Bernadette is interesting in so many ways! The way she talks, being so passionate, her intellect, subtle humour, those huge Bambi eyes.. Even the colour of her lips is fascinating!
We are a ridiculous species.
What watercolor paper and brushes do you use
Last girl looks ready to watch civil war battles with snacks on a hill top 😌
Elizabethean Royalty were so extra and I love it.
intelligent and beautiful…
I judt found this, and am not leaving ❤
I love that you draw out the period garments.
This popped up in my recommendations, and Imma have to check out the rest o' her channel for sure. She's so eloquent and nicely presented, it's refreshing!
WOW, your drawing skills are….breathtaking <3
Party City, take notes!
It seems like most of these were expensive and exclusive because they required lots of manual labor. Modern tailoring is mechanized, but not that much more productive, compared to other sectors. Consequently, cheap imitations have exactly the same deficits period workers might have recognized as cheap imitations.
I keep all of my Halloween costumes for a long time. I wish I could turn them into practical garments but…It doesn't work because of the fabric that is very sheer. I have a ruffled shirt that I cannot turn into anything because the fabric is so sheer that I have to use many layers of underwear just so that my chest and bras is not visible.
I want to learn all you know.
i love how she talks, its like hearing an old english movie <3
You must be fun at parties. I'm not making fun, I'd honestly find you fun at parties.
"OG Elizabethans required ultimate puff".
there's something about the way she talks that's oddly soothing
The people who disliked this video don’t want to face the truth
I got SO excited that she was auctioning off the "doodles"…and then remembered this was a Halloween post, and that I was late. Hopefully she does it again!!!
I want her to be my history teacher
I'm a man, were sweaty clothes and casual dress up. I love her & the intellectuality. Beauty and smart
Guinevere Renaissance CostumeTeaching about historical fashion: GOOD IDEA!Slut shaming the model that her literal job is to wear that “sexy” costume: BAD IDEA…
I like the video but am turn off by those types of comments and the tone while she says them…
It makes you wonder how today's fashions will be interpreted 500 years in the future.
if she ran for president i would vote for her
im desperately trying to figure out what accent she has bcus im hearing american irish and english all at once
…I just watched a 20 minute long video on history of female fashion……as a 17-year-old male……and actually enjoyed it.
The effort put into this video is incredible
I love i when you wax pedantic!
I started watching these videos, and as an historian, I'm fascinated. While my area of study is mainly U.S. eighteenth-century, and I don't focus on clothing, I do study women in education. So, it's interesting to see differing clothing worn by women through the ages. 🙂 Also, super fun to watch you criticize them with such poise. 🙂
Oh my god! You should do this with Disney princess movies!!! I would love to hear you savage those chicks from Frozen!
The 1860s even dress reminds me of Cinderella’s pink dress…
…Well before it was shredded…
This is so interesting and informative aaand beautiful
You've forgotten that they emphasise on "sexy" and not on "Women's Rennaisance Guinevere Costume 😉 but oither then that you're a very skilled and knowledgeable person 😉
You are such a cute history freak. You make me have a crush on you.
There's something about her that's just so, well British and that's why I love her, I'm not actually sure she's a brit, but it seems like it,
P.S. I'm British too🇬🇧🏴
i feel smart watching this video, tho i understand little bcs im not from that part of hemisphere
I’m going to totally call out incorrect costumes and you can’t stop me
I hear music I have heard in a game before at 6:13 , but I can't for the life of me remember.
I'm trying to decide if this lady is a history major… or just a member of the SCA.
I recently found your channel and have been working backwards through your videos, and I genuinely love your voice cadence and way of talking. It makes these videos super enjoyable and I love how informative they all are!
Is it just me or is she too skinny
she dresses like she'd be the headmistress of a magic school
This is brilliant stuff!! This feels really well-researched and, man, I am jealous of your drawing and painting talents. Now to binge-watch the rest of your videos.
The title makes you sound like a 500+ year old woman.
Lol, Tell us how you really feel about synthetics and lack of research 🤣“Banishing the hat to the deepest pits of hell” 😂 maybe the best quote here!Beautiful use of watercolor btw!
I think I am in love.
This really reminds of another Youtuber by the name of Brandon F.
Wow she really spent 500 years correcting them? Thats a lot.
Nice Youtube plaque award!
Your videos are so satisfying to watch!! I feel like I could watch you correct historically incorrect costumes for hours ^-^ makes a cup of tea to rewatch this video
Purple was possible befor the invention of sinfetic dyes but incredibly rare.
What the watercolors sold for on EBay:
15th Century Medieval Dress: $147.50
16th century Queen Elizabeth: $281.01
Vampire Girl: wasn’t sold
19th Century Evening Gown: $132.50
In case you were curious
I'm sorry but do museums just…..charge licensing and copyright for accurate photos(not artistic photopgraphy)of public domain paintings? WTH museums you're supposed to be educational. Creative Commons that sh*t at least. Or maybe not be so litigious. As a non-US law grad I'm kinda baffled at the state of intellectual property law and how people wield it to the point that I see the creation of it as a mistake(espc since those who are able to defend it are those who can afford exorbitant legal fees) btw apparently the museum's legal basis for these licenses is bunk https://www.huffpost.com/entry/museum-paintings-copyright_b_1867076
Brought here awhile ago by ppl recommending Ms. Bernadette to draw for Glamour’s historic correct series since she is a superb artist as well as an historian. Don’t know why so drawn to her vids but suddenly I notice her similarity to Kaori Mori’s Victorian Romance Manga heroine Emma. It would be great if Ms Bernadette can review the manga(maybe the animation but I don’t think it’s as good as the manga) and see if the work is historically and aesthetically accurate enough.
People do not realize that the time period with the "hottest" outfits was actually the Paleolithic. And hunter-gatherer societies in later periods. Lots and lots of bare skin if the climate was warm
You know, this is why I hate Halloween because everything has to be sexualized…
If anyone actually payed attention in History class especially to detail, they would know and not buy into cheaply made bs.I'd rather spend 1k on something I can wear to at least the renaissance fair or even Dragon Con… But you know, that's just me. shrugs
Also, I would love to sit here and just watch you talk more about this AND do like maybe small vods for the women during different time periods. I WOULD LOVE THIS! I am sure more people would too.
ANNNND, this is my first video of me watching from you, I instantly subbed HAHA! I love this kind of stuff, especially talking about the renaissance era/time periods.
Well, this video must be fun at parties…Did she just “fact-check” a vampire costume…?Don’t get me wrong, I love this channel but this is a bit much.
You should do another video like this!
Bro you talking makes me scared
This girl is everything good rolled into one person!
YOu won me over as soon as I heard you speak Old English!
This was such an amazing video. Please make more of these!
Her voice is so soothing-
Your drawings are beautiful
What I learned in this video : MORE PUFF. LACE. BEADS. BE MORE EXTRA, PARTY CITY
mommy, what's a strumpet?
"Reluctantly swallowing my snark on the heavy make-up…"You seen early renaissance women? They literally poisoned themselves because they were wearing so much make-up.Queen Liz 1 is a good example. She was losing her hair and plastered her face with like lead-paint or something to cover up her pox scars.And she wasn't the exception.
Her articulate way of speaking is like music I cannot begin to grasp
You know those immortal fae folk in legends? I'm 99% sure one of them is making youtube videos about historical costumes.
Where and what did you study? Think I just found my thing.
6:45 What am I even looking at
for a second I thought she was correcting costumes for 500 years
"GOTH VAMPIRE TRASH COLLAR THINGS" She went in!!!
your way of thinking may not be up to 20th Century Spec, however your drawing/Painting is impeccable.. loved them!!
thank you for captioning your videos!!
uh oh jump cuts. COPPA HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Wonderful video, so much fun to hear your saucy comments!
please tell me whether you make/made your blouse(s) yourself? I love them.
i love this ma'am. No reason.
Maximum floofage… my favourite sentence.
"we are already banishing that hat to the deepest pits of hell, so lets be rid of the parasol as well"
Could someone explain the philosophy behind why women had to not cover their arms and collar bones in the evenings of the 19th century?
Very late to this, firstly I love the video; I am a medieval historian (in the UK, so no party city be we have equally terrible equivalents). In response to what would be worn under the C15th veils, hoods, etc…probably a filet, they never really go away from the Norman introduction of the filet and veil in the C12th (even Eleanor of Aquitaine wore one with her scandalous barbet).
I had to have a sit down with my mom to get her to stop buying me cheap Halloween costumes. My mom is the one who got me into sewing and historical costumes. Yeah, a bit odd.
I just realized this was the first of your videos I had ever seen. My friend shared this to me because this sounded like so many rants I have while watching historical dramas. Can you do a part to one of these years?
Wait so they purt a tightening gatment on a body and squeezed it
Mild medical knowledge: ALL THE BODY FLUID DIDNT COME OUT OF HER?!
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