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Women 1875-1876, Plate 048 :: Costume Institute Fashion Plates

1875 Journal des Demoiselles / Costume Institute, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York NY

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Titanic Fashion - 1st Class Women's Clothing

Petit Courrier des Dames Fashion Plate by YeOldeOverstuffedApt

Petit Courrier des Dames Fashion Plate by YeOldeOverstuffedApt- love the teal.

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Regency Fashion: The Muslin and Net Period

Regency Fashion: The Muslin and Net Period, by Vic. Jane Austen fans are familiar with the high-waisted muslin dresses popular during her adulthood. How many are aware that machine-made net or gauze became a “hot” item from 1810 and on?

Fashion plates, Costume de Londres, 1804

Fabrics for dresses were either muslin or batiste. Wearing white showed your social status because they would become dirtier easier than coloured clothing.

1880's Beautiful French Antique Large Hand Coloured by Epoque Vintage, €18.00

La France Elegant et Paris Elegant Reunis. fashion plate, beautiful striped dress from the bustle period.

19th century, fashion plates, vintage, antique, shoes, illustration

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1870's fashion plate via Elensari

fashion plate via Elensari - remembering the hours I spent looking through my mums books on fashion. She had several books of Victorian fashion plates and some leather bound Victorian women's magazines.

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