Reviving the Short Skirted Waisted Coat
For my 1000th AAAC post I thought I might do it with a bit of flare and decide to put together my thoughts based on a study of dress history, including...
Celebrating fashion history as we hit the sales!
In these opening weeks of 2012, hundreds of thousands of people have flocked to the West End’s shopping districts to ease the post-festive season blues by hitting the shops.
Костюмы сериала «Больница Никербокер». Мужской стиль 1900-х
На прошлой неделе вышла последняя серия второго сезона врачебного сериала The Knick (по-русски «Больница Никербокер»), так что самое время обсудить костюмы вымышленного Нью-Йорка 1900-х. Первый сез…
Late Victorian Era Gentlemen's Clothing - H. O'Neill & Co.'s Fall and Winter Catalogue, 1890-91
Late Victorian Era Gentlemen's Clothing - H. O'Neill & Co.'s Fall and Winter Catalogue, 1890-91 Gents' Clothing Figure P - Single Breasted Sack Coat Suits No 501. Union Cassimeres, small pattern goods, $8.50 No 503. Better Grade Union Goods, dark colors, $10.00 No 505. All Wool Cassimeres, strong, durable goods, $12.00 No 507. All Wool Cassimeres, finer grades, $13.00, 14.00, 15.00, 16.00, 18.00 No 509. Imported Cassimeres and Wrosteds, $20.00, 23.00, 25.00 No 511. Black Corkscrews, fine…
Evening gloves | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Edwardian Tea Gown
From the seller: legant couture 1860’s Civil War Ball gown over coat in amazing condition. French Pastel cream watered silk fabric with pink Roses. Embellished with the best carved Mother of Pearl buttons, front and back. A sewing masterpiece with front and back rows of gorgeous ruching, and also on the sleeve armyces intense cartridge pleating. Aside from a few tiny hold to light pinholes and a little seam opening in the back it is in excellent condition. No stains, ripping, tears or real…
House of Worth | Tea gown | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The sleeves and collar of this teagown reference the early 17th century, which was a common period for Worth to draw from. Although it appears to be a loose garment, the understructure is boned. Even though the garment would not have required such structure for its use, women were often more comfortable when retaining their armor
Selling Corsets Door to Door: 1890
A MAN IN WOMAN’S CLOTHING He Arouses Intense Indignation Among the People in the Lower Part of the County. Intense indignation has been caused of late among the people of Newport, Sayre’s Neck and …