Tutustu kiinnostaviin ideoihin!

Kerchief and holding train

Kerchief and holding train

Kerchief and holding train back view

Kerchief and holding train back view

Here’s Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton in 1993, dressed up as James and Dolly Madison. Awesome.

Here’s Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton in 1993, dressed up as James and Dolly Madison. Awesome.

This post is contributed by Celeste Sargent as part of the 1817 Regency Ball Blog Series.Have you been invited to a Regency Era Ball?  Has your wardrobe fallen behind on the hottest 1817 England fa…

Easy P’easy Regency: From bed to ball gown in 30 minutes or less

This post is contributed by Celeste Sargent as part of the 1817 Regency Ball Blog Series.Have you been invited to a Regency Era Ball? Has your wardrobe fallen behind on the hottest 1817 England fa…

fashionsfromhistory:  Dress c.1774 United States MET

fashionsfromhistory: Dress c.1774 United States MET

Regency Gowns. Regency fashion | Jane Austen's World

Regency Gowns. Regency fashion | Jane Austen's World

c1805-10 white muslin dress with star and dot design in metallic thread. Back fastening with ties.

c1805-10 white muslin dress with star and dot design in metallic thread. Back fastening with ties.

A printed muslin day dress, circa 1800-1810, self-striped and printed with foliate bands in shades of buff and blue, with apron-fall to bodice and skirt front, the bodice held in place by buttons and loops, empire line linen inner-bodice panels with draw-string, button fastened waistband, bust approx 28in, 71cm This dress has been on display at the Jane Austen museum over the last decade.

A printed muslin day dress, circa 1800-1810, self-striped and printed with foliate bands in shades of buff and blue, with apron-fall to bodice and skirt front, the bodice held in place by buttons and loops, empire line linen inner-bodice panels with draw-string, button fastened waistband, bust approx 28in, 71cm This dress has been on display at the Jane Austen museum over the last decade.

A Dress of the Revolution - worn for escape - 1793.This pattern is taken from a dress of 1793 which originally belonged to a boatwoman on the River Seine in Paris. A Frenchwoman - married to an Englishman - was escaping from the terrors of the French Revolution and borrowed this dress to conceal her identity. Her ruse was successful and she reached England.

A Dress of the Revolution - worn for escape - 1793.This pattern is taken from a dress of 1793 which originally belonged to a boatwoman on the River Seine in Paris. A Frenchwoman - married to an Englishman - was escaping from the terrors of the French Revolution and borrowed this dress to conceal her identity. Her ruse was successful and she reached England.

Italian Gown c1780 Snowshill Manor © National Trust / Simon Harris p65 in Nancy Bradfields 'Costume in Detail'

Italian Gown c1780 Snowshill Manor © National Trust / Simon Harris p65 in Nancy Bradfields 'Costume in Detail'

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