Baroque Style: emphasized lavish ornamentation, free, flowing lines, and flat and curved forms.

EDIT: I got some of my terms mixed up with the Trunk Hose and Petticoat Breeches. This is a something I am doing for my Fashion History course in college. It& not mandatory.

Baroque Style: emphasized lavish ornamentation, free, flowing lines, and flat and curved forms.

FCBTC / Baroque Style: emphasized lavish ornamentation, free, flowing lines, and flat and curved forms.

“Sew 17th century Challenge” – The Bodice (part 3 – Finishing) at Fashion Through History

“Sew 17th century Challenge” – The Bodice (part 3 – Finishing)

https://www.behance.net/gallery/46721459/Fashion-Timeline17-th-century

https://www.behance.net/gallery/46721459/Fashion-Timeline17-th-century

How to make an authentic 16th & 17th century style ruff.  For a step by step tutorial check our Facebook page. Made by Angela Mombers

This is a "how to" on how to make a cent. French ruff, but I'm going to use this as a lace reference.

Ensemble 1670 The Victoria  Albert Museum

Coat and breeches ca. 1680 via The Victoria & Albert Museum “In Britain in the a new style of formal day wear was introduced for men. It replaced the doublet and petticoat breeches.

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