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Jubon - Vest, ca. 1770, Madrid. Majismo costume, part of the movement in late 18th C. Spanish clothing away from the French influence and towards a more Spanish style of clothing. (c) Museo del Traje

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Original Photos of the actual Titanic Costumes

1912 - The Jump Dress from the film Titanic

Spain | This is an image out of the book 'Festivals & Rituals of Spain. Cristina Garcia Rodero (Photographer), J. M. Caballero Bonald (Contributor). Unfortunately the original post had no more details, so if you do have this book or can tell me a little more about this image, please do add you comments here http://pinterest.com/pin/145522631679487396

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What is the difference between vintage, antique & retro?

La Mode, the April 1912 issue in honor of the Titanic.

Sooooo glad we don't wear these anymore. The amount of underwear they wore was unhealthy; corsets even caused terrible health problems deforming the shape of the torso to the point of illness. If I remember right they even caused infertility and miscarriage. Not everything from "the old days" was lovely.

2 Indian dress shawls hand sewn in to a Regency gown, by Elena Potapova Take a look at this site for gorgeous recreations, including riding habits in action. And, she made this from shawls!

Blanco bordado de flores WELCOME TO SPAIN! FANTASTIC TOURS AND TRIPS ALL AROUND BARCELONA DURING THE WHOLE YEAR, FOR ALL KINDS OF PREFERENCES. EKOTOURISM: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Barcelona-Land/603298383116598?ref=hl

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Autochromes: The First Flash Of Color

Girl with fan, Lagartera, Spain, circa 1926 - photographer: Jules Gervais-Courtellemont

Town dress with chemisette owned by Empress Josephine, First Empire From the Chateau de Malmaision Costume Collection white muslin, embroidered with a sprinkling of flowers and embellished with a ruché trim. This outfit comes from the family of Madame Poyard who looked after the Empress’s wardrobe after 1809.”

Palestine traditional dress of women. Like other parts of the Middle East, little skin is shown and women are draped in intricate fabric that is often times embellished.