Petticoat breeches2 avaThe website Nationalclothing.org can be of great help for your school papers, college courseworks, homework assignments, and various educational projects connected to the clothing traditions of different countries. If you’re researching 17th-century fashion and period-accurate garments, this post is just for you. We’ve gathered here all of our articles on this topic and specified whether you have permission to use the photos or not. Doing your homework is easy when you have enough info to work with.


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Fashion of the High Baroque era in Europe in the 1600s

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Fashion of the early 1600s. Early Baroque era clothing

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Puritan clothing in 17th-century Europe

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Gowns of ladies in the 1640s in Europe. Lace, silks, shorter sleeves, and pantaloons

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Historical pirate costumes. What did they wear?

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Mysterious box with 17th-century clothing and accessories found on sea bottom

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Children’s outfits from the Victoria and Albert Museum, the 17th – the first half of the 20th century

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Short history of detachable women’s pockets from the 1650s to the early 20th century

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Ottoman traditional clothing in the 1600s. Modern replicas of original Ottoman outfits

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Modern replicas of Cossack costumes. Clothing of elite military forces

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Cherokee traditional attire until 1650

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Cherokee traditional dress in 1650-1800

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Hairstyles in the 1620s-1640s. Bouffons, silver hair, and hair jewelry at the nape

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Articles about different 17th-century garments

17th-century petticoat breeches – these male pants are so lady-like, it hurts

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Warm fur muffs were used by men and women alike in the 17th-18th century

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Panniers or side hoops – weird women’s underwear from the 17th and 18th centuries

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History of jabot. Weird shirt accessory from the 1650s

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Underwear in Europe in the Early Modern period: chemise or shift

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Underwear in Europe in the Early Modern period: braies and pantaloons

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History of hand fan from Renaissance to Rococo

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