On the blog KimikoSews, the author offers a detailed review of the book The Queen's Servants by Caroline Johnson which focusses on clothing of the serving class in Tudor England.
In the review, Kimiko writes:
First off what will hit you is the number of wonderful color photos and images that are in the book. The first half has images from all over the place, tapestries, effigies, portraits, stained glass windows, even snippets of the written documents they researched and more. The second half where the garments are described and patterns are given has more color images and photos, color drawings of the people mentioned in the documents, photos of the models wearing the garments made from Ninya's patterns, and sketches to help show hand stitches and other details for making up the garments.