Isabella recently showed us a pretty, but historically fanciful portrait of a 17th C Puritan miss and invited us to point out the inaccuracies.
Today, thanks to Twitter follower Beatrice Bazell, who alerted us to the YouTube clip, I present for your viewing pleasure the one and only Lucy Worsley, properly attired, first as a Puritan lady, then as a lady of King Charles II’s court.
For a less stylish example, check out this Scholastic video, below, from Plimoth Plantation, the living history museum devoted to life in the early 17th c. colony. This interpreter's dress is probably more accurate to what was being worn by the New World Puritans: simple, unadorned, dusty, and limp from everyday wear.
Image: "Ladies' Party from a Gobelin of the seventeenth century," Carl Kohler, History of Costume, courtesy Internet Archive.