Women's Clothes Part 3 by Goldenspring.deviantart.com on @deviantART - Part Three of Three

Made this to be a drawing aid for those wishing to draw century women& clothes without doing a study.

Chintz in the Fries museum – How chintz was worn

My second post about the exhibition ‘Sits – katoen in bloei’ (Chintz – cotton in bloom) in the Fries Museum! My first post was about color and patterns, and before that I wr…

18th century clothing in america | late 18th century Indian chintz jacket and ... | 18th century extan ...

Indian chintz jacket and shawl, paired with a European skirt in glazed printed cotton. Via Fashion Museum Province of Antwerp. Photo by Hugo Maertens, Bruges.

Women's Clothes Part 1 by Goldenspring.deviantart.com on @deviantART - Part One of Three

Made this to be a drawing aid for those wishing to draw century women's clothes without doing a study. Part one of three Women's Clothes Part 1

How to Make an 18th Century Chemise,site waar volledige kostuum onderzoeken op staan, inclusief onderbouwde patronen.

How to Make an Century Chemise,site waar volledige kostuum onderzoeken op staan, inclusief onderbouwde patronen.

Two Nerdy History Girls: What the Maidservant Wore, c 1770. Like nearly all 18th c women's clothing, regardless of cost, Abby's gown is pinned closed in front (see detail, left). While men's clothing fastened with buttons and ties, women pinned their clothes together with straight pins; the points of the pins were safely buried in the multiple layers of gown and stays. Pinning was not only a neat finish, but also offered an endless, practical range of adjustments to a woman's changing body.

Detail from reconstructed version of a female eighteenth-century servant's outfit . Unlike male servants, women were expected to provide their own clothes until the nineteenth century. Via Two Nerdy History Girls.

working woman's outfit.  Note the shorter petticoat

This is a brown/orange petticoat. She has a bonnet on her head and under her petticoat is a white apron and has a skirt on.

18th century colonial jacket

18th century colonial jacket

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