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.

This is a something I am doing for my Fashion History course in college. It’s not mandatory, but I’m doing it to help me keep everything straight, and what better way to memorize and study fashion ...

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.

“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

Rococo "Hairstyles in high Rococo" was the subject of an examination in the 3rd semester of the final year of the 2009th Instructor: Todd Maxwell

Rococo "Hairstyles in high Rococo" was the subject of an examination in the semester of the final year of the Instructor: Todd Maxwell Restoration hair and makeup 1

The Great Fire- oh my! I adore the gown on the left including hair and makeup! So lovely

Frances Stewart (Antonia Clarke) and Lady Castlemaine (Susannah Fielding) "The Great Fire" TV series. Excellent examples of period inspired court gowns from Restoration Era England 1660 -

OK, so he's from the 17th Century, but he's still HOT!      Untitled: Thought to be a Portrait of a young man of the Chigi Family, Jacob Ferdinand Voet (artist). 17th century style. #cravat #tie #fashion

Jacob Ferdinand Voet Portrait of a Young man of the Chigi Family, century (The lace collar is gros point de Venise)

28-10-11  Women’s underwear served two purposes in the 18th century. The hoops were also made of linen and stiffened with whalebone or cane. They shaped the petticoat of the gown to the appropriate silhouette. At various times in the 18th century this profile varied from round, to square and flat, to fan-shaped.

Women’s underwear served two purposes in the century. The hoops were also made of linen and stiffened with whalebone or cane. They shaped the petticoat of the gown to the appropriate silhouette.

1780's stays. note how fine the stitching is. I've always wanted to make a full 17th century gown, but didn't know where to get or how to make either stays or a corset. Now I can.

My favorite surviving century stays can be found in the Victoria & Albert museums collections. As my previous stays were starting to s.

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