Perhaps the most important effect of this late medieval iconographical shift toward clothes that symbolize changeability in their colors and styles, rather than those that represent change through their disrobement
or exchange, is that Fortune often loses the other side of her sartorial persona: her fallen, impoverished, poorly-dressed self.
at Mardi Gras: Ceremonial exchange and moral order.
The exact criteria for inclusion is not completely clear because, although these women often appear in some stage of disrobement
or sexual pose, at other times simply having "an attractive figure and a nice smile" will qualify (60).
For all the inventive wordplay of Parks' monologues and the slouchy, slangy charm of the brothers' banter, the actors virtually dance their roles, too -- Booth's funky ballet of disrobement
, as he slowly sheds two entire suits of clothing he's shoplifted, is a showstopper.
Among these are Cheadle's dance of disrobement
, as he takes off two complete layers of clothes he's "boosted" from a store, and a sort of impromptu Southern song routine celebrating Lincoln's payday.