Tudor Doublet and paned slops Century- Northern Renaissance style of satin breeches. Called open breeches because they are wide and full throughout. Matched with a Doublet of the the same century. You can tell this because of the high collared neckline.
the parure was given by Mary, Queen of Scots to her attendant Mary Seton. Mary Seton was a devoted attendant and friend of Mary, Queen of Scots, who shared many years of her exile. She was an excellent hairdresser whose services the Queen greatly admired.