Elizabeth Poulett wears a décolleté dress and a gorgeous framing jeweled headdress in this 1616 portrait by Robert Peake. The bodice appears to have a stomacher literally laced to the rest of the bodice in shoe lace pattern and the sleeves are laced over red inner sleeves.
She appears to be wearing a wheel farthingale, double back flared sleeves, and a jewel halo about her coiffure - retro features. She also wears fabbed sleeves, a floating ruff, a bertha combined with a modesty piece, and tight sleeves. More fashion adrift in a very turbulent era.