(One last costume -- for now -- from Shakespeare, this time for the men. And yes, it's another costume with tights. And a purse! Notice he's carrying a rose, a reference to the famous line from the play.)
Tunic and tights of dove-colored wool; shirt of white mull and cloak of Venetian red cloth lined with pale gray. Cap of red velvet with gray feather. Leather belt from which is suspended a pocket.
Source: Masquerades, Tableaux and Drills. New York: The Butterick Publishing Company, 1906.