Kind of a cool interpretation on men's clothing:  Leland- A Gentleman's Progress by =temiel on deviantART

Kind of a cool interpretation on men's clothing: Leland- A Gentleman's Progress by =temiel on deviantART - discount mens clothing, cheap mens clothing online, mens clothing sites

Amazing reproduction of 18th century stays by “a self-taught amateur seamstress sewing historical clothing as a hobby”, in this talented Finnish blogger's own words in her profile. Impressively thorough detail and neatness!

Amazing reproduction of 18th century stays by “a self-taught amateur seamstress sewing historical clothing as a hobby”, in this talented Finnish blogger's own words in her profile. Impressively thorough detail and neatness!

Evening dress with tiered chiffon skirt, American, ca. 1929. Made for movement & dancing. Three layers of silk chiffon cut with handkerchief hem, with many points hanging down from substantial width of beading. Above this floating base, bodice hangs smooth & straight. Silver bugle beads & rhinestones. Smith College Historic Clothing by earlene

Evening dress with tiered chiffon skirt, American, ca. Made for movement & dancing. Three layers of silk chiffon cut with handkerchief hem, with many points hanging down from substantial width of beading. Above this floating base, bodice hangs smooth

Natalie Garbett - Maker of Historical Clothing and Costumes (Fichu)

let us make interesting shoulders and sleeves -Natalie Garbett - Maker of Historical Clothing and Costumes (Fichu): pelisse

Another example of this young lady's extraordinary work.

I have always had a fondness for Dutch paintings from the and the My favorite is Ter Borch, but Gabriël Metsu has painted my .

I'm fascinated by working-class historical clothes.  This one is 18th century. (Before the Automobile blog, please click through, she's an amazing seamstress!)

I'm fascinated by working-class historical clothes. This one is century but good for referencing

Evening dress, French, ca. 1911-15. Silk embroidery floss on silk net. Bodice, lined with lightly boned taffeta, has sleeves cut in T-shape, kimono style. Gunmetal bead trim, attached in the Luneville or tambour method. Smith College Historic Clothing

Silk embroidery floss on silk net. Bodice, lined with lightly boned taffeta, has sleeves cut in T-shape, kimono style. Via Smith College Historic Clothing.

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