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1700s Womens Clothing


1700s Womens Clothing

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Hannah Haines (active 1718-1720), Pocket, single, embroidered - Victoria and Albert Museum

Back view, 2-piece ensemble of jacket and skirt, probably Austria, 18th century. Jacket: orange silk damask with a floral pattern; skirt: brown-green striped silk with floral sprays.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Ensemble

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18th century Garter Tutorial

Ten Minute Tutorial: 18th Century Garters

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"'`Some in rags and some in jags,’ but none ‘in velvet gowns.’ Insights on Clothing Worn by Female Followers of the Armies During the American War for Independence," ALHFAM Bulletin (Association of Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums), vol. XXVIII, no. 4 (Winter 1999), 18-21.

"'`Some in rags and some in jags,’ but none ‘in velvet gowns.’ Insights on Clothing Worn by Female Followers of the Armies During the American War for Independence," ALHFAM Bulletin (Association of Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums), vol. XXVIII, no. 4 (Winter 1999), 18-21.

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"'`Some in rags and some in jags,’ but none ‘in velvet gowns.’ Insights on Clothing Worn by Female Followers of the Armies During the American War for Independence," ALHFAM Bulletin (Association of Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums), vol. XXVIII, no. 4 (Winter 1999), 18-21.

"'`Some in rags and some in jags,’ but none ‘in velvet gowns.’ Insights on Clothing Worn by Female Followers of the Armies During the American War for Independence," ALHFAM Bulletin (Association of Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums), vol. XXVIII, no. 4 (Winter 1999), 18-21.

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"'`Some in rags and some in jags,’ but none ‘in velvet gowns.’ Insights on Clothing Worn by Female Followers of the Armies During the American War for Independence," ALHFAM Bulletin (Association of Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums), vol. XXVIII, no. 4 (Winter 1999), 18-21.

"'`Some in rags and some in jags,’ but none ‘in velvet gowns.’ Insights on Clothing Worn by Female Followers of the Armies During the American War for Independence," ALHFAM Bulletin (Association of Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums), vol. XXVIII, no. 4 (Winter 1999), 18-21.

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"'`Some in rags and some in jags,’ but none ‘in velvet gowns.’ Insights on Clothing Worn by Female Followers of the Armies During the American War for Independence," ALHFAM Bulletin (Association of Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums), vol. XXVIII, no. 4 (Winter 1999), 18-21.

"'`Some in rags and some in jags,’ but none ‘in velvet gowns.’ Insights on Clothing Worn by Female Followers of the Armies During the American War for Independence," ALHFAM Bulletin (Association of Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums), vol. XXVIII, no. 4 (Winter 1999), 18-21.

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Costume of Polish szlachta (nobility), c. 18th century .

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Agostino Brunias Two West Indian Women of Colour ... - People of Color in European Art History

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    Charlsey Fawkes

    Notice the fabrics available

agostino brunias - Google Search

agostino brunias - Google Search

agostino brunias - Google Search Broad / narrow stripe

agostino brunias - Google Search

agostino brunias - Google Search

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    Charlsey Fawkes

    another broad / narrow stripe

agostino brunias - Google Search

Understanding the Burnous Pleat. Just about every skirt from 1887 - 1888 has some kind of drape created by this form of pleat - via Truly Victorian blog

What is a Burnous Pleat?

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Quilted skirt - Groninger museum Holland

Photo costume traditionnel provençal

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teresita barclay - Bing Images

China Poblana. The white part below the waistband I believe is part of the skirt and not part of the bodice. I think the lower red part of the skirt was basically the width of the fabric (selvedge to selvedge) and the white part was added to lengthen the skirt.

Chintz jacket, 18th century

Peabody Essex buys Dutch Chintz collection - HALI

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A West Indian Flower Girl and Two other Free Women of Color Agostino Brunias (1728–1796) Date: ca. 1769 Culture: West Indies, for the British market