A gown of red silk velvet over a kirtle of red silk damask in a style popular in England from 1572 to 1575 or so.
The gown is worn open, and the sleeves are paned. One notable feature of this style is that the gown lining matches
the fabric of the sleeved partlet. Examples of this style can be found on Lady Elizabeth Willoughby
(http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/images/Littleton,Elizabeth.jpg) and Mary Denton