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What a warm, radiantly gorgeous saffron hue at work on this amazing robe a la polonaise gown. #French #gown #yellow #vintage #antique #Georgian #1700s #18th_century #clothes #fashion

Riding Habit Waistcoat 1775, British, Made of silk and linen

Riding Habit which belonged to Eleanor Hewitt, by W. Volker, 1900–1909. This suit, made by British maker, W. Volker, is an example of the side-saddle habits which women generally wore for riding until the 1930s, when it became more acceptable for them to ride astride.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Riding habit 1913