Henry VIII was an attractive young man who liked being admired for his looks. As he grew older (and heavier) he began to "bulk up" his clothing to make himself appear both more proportional and more imposing. While few men took their clothing to the King's extremes, most of them wore a shirt, doublet, jerkin, hat, and some sort of gown or cloak. The "beefeater" is a perfect example of Tudor male garb.
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