Evidence of: Stripes!

Frances Howard, Countess of Somerset and Essex
c. 1595
Watercolour on parchment, diameter 13 cm
Victoria and Albert Museum, London as found on the Web Gallery of Art

Cardinal Granvelle's Dwarf" c.1560

Portrait of de Philip III von Croy, Duke of Aarschot (1526-1595)
(after) Anthonis Mor Van Dashorst

Brooklyn Museum: Portrait of a Lady as Mary Magdalen
Portrait of a Lady as Mary Magdalen, Bartolomeo Veneto, 1520's
From the collection of the Brooklyn Museum

(Detail) Lucretia, Paulo Veronese, 1580's
From the collection of the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
as found online at the Web Gallery of Art

(Detail) The Marriage at Cana, Paulo Veronese, 1563
From the collection of the Musée du Louvre, Paris
As found online at the Web Gallery of Art

Portrait of Three Children, Sophonsiba Anguissola, 1550's
As found online at All_Art.org's Dictonary of Art

Portrait of a Lady with a Dog, Paolo Cagliari (Veronese), 1560-70Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid
As found online at The Realm of Venus

Portrait of a Painter, Anthonis Moor Van Dashorst after Antonio Moro(school), 1560-1570
Uffuzi, Inventory of 1890

(Detail) Portrait of a Young Lady, Raffello da Urbino, 1518-20
Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica, Rome

(Detail) Portrait of a Man in Armor with Two Pages
Paris Bordon (1500–1571)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Textile Fragment Italy or Spain c1600
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California

Portrait of a Young Woman, Unknown Artist, Flemish Area, 1550-1580
Uffuzi, Inventory of 1890 Item #3138

Portrat of a Woman, Unknown Artist, 1575-1599
Uffuzi, Inventory of 1890 Item #6042

Young Lady, Style of Allori, Alessandro, 1535-1607, Italy
Image found at HOLLIS (Harvard University Library)

I particularly like it that the loose gown is patterned, and the stripes themselves are, in part, made up of a pattern similar to a greek key/recurring wave.

(Detail) Anne Russell, Countess Of Warwick
English School, c. 1565

Stripes over stripes. I love it!

Portrait of a Boy with a Sprig of Hyacinth and Fruit, Mirabello Cavalori (1535-1572, Italian)
Formerly attributed to both Bronzino and Salviati, the present painting has in recent years been recognized to be by Mirabello Cavalori. Courtesy Robert Simon FIne Art

Portrait of di Constanza 1540, Angnolo Bronzino, Agnolo di Cosimo, (Italian Mannerist artist, 1503-1572)

Wavy stripes!

Three-quarter length portrait in armour of Sir George Gill of Wyddial, Hertfordshire, dressed in Italian armour Painted in 1578

Knight of Calatrava by Frans Pourbus the elder (1545 - 19 September 1581) Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam