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rundholz scottish plaid skirt - Google Search

rundholz scottish plaid skirt - Google Search

Vivienne Westwood Eva Tartan Jacket. Love it.

Vivienne Westwood Eva Tartan Jacket. Love it.

Ladies Undergarment Pattern. 1890 - 1892 The cutters' practical guide to the cutting of ladies' garments by Vincent, W. D. F.

Ladies Undergarment Pattern. 1890 - 1892 The cutters' practical guide to the cutting of ladies' garments by Vincent, W. D. F.

regency chemise pattern | Simplifying the Search for Undergarment Patterns – Chemise & Drawers ...

regency chemise pattern | Simplifying the Search for Undergarment Patterns – Chemise & Drawers ...

1802 to 1820 American or European pantalettes. They were undergarments worn in the mid 19th century and originated in France.  Pantalettes were flesh colored to give the appearance of skin color. They were made of lace with cut work or embroidery embellishment.

1802 to 1820 American or European pantalettes. They were undergarments worn in the mid 19th century and originated in France. Pantalettes were flesh colored to give the appearance of skin color. They were made of lace with cut work or embroidery embellishment.

Underpants (Drawers), early 19th century, British,Medium: wool Dimensions: Length: 29 in. (73.7 cm)    (click through for back)

Underpants (Drawers), early 19th century, British,Medium: wool Dimensions: Length: 29 in. (73.7 cm) (click through for back)

Pantalets  Date: 1830s Culture: American Medium: linen  Dimensions: Length at Side Seam: 33 in. (83.8 cm)

Pantalets Date: 1830s Culture: American Medium: linen Dimensions: Length at Side Seam: 33 in. (83.8 cm)

1846  Pantalets or Drawers, American or European.    White linen.                               metmuseum.org                                    suzilove.com

1846 Pantalets or Drawers, American or European. White linen. metmuseum.org suzilove.com

Woman's chemise. French, worn in America, about 1821. Linen plain weave with cotton embroidery- in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston costume collection.

Woman's chemise. French, worn in America, about 1821. Linen plain weave with cotton embroidery- in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston costume collection.