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Late modern period fashion. Why 19th-century gowns were so ornate and beautiful?

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19th-century ladies wore bird hats adorned with awful stuffed birds. This led to near extinction of some wild birds

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19th century fashion. Dozens of different trends, silhouettes, and designs

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Female and kid’s fashion of the 19th century in Europe and US

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Toddler boys wore dresses in the 18th and 19th centuries up until their breeching ceremony

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Dandy fashion in the 19th century. What crazy trends did they invent?

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Clothing fashion in Europe in the 1850s-1860s

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What natural dyes were used for embroidery threads in the 19th century?

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Period-accurate clothing on portrait miniatures. The most charming source of fashion info ever!

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Funeral fashion. What were people buried in centuries ago?

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Napoleonic Wars fashion trends: chip bonnets, superfine silk net, and several waistcoats on men

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Female and kid 19th-century clothes were often adorned with lace

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Doll-like female fashion of the 1830s-1840s. Why is that so?

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Cute women’s accessories and trinkets, Europe, late 19th – early 20th century

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Men’s Regency fashion of the early 19th century

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Regency / Empire fashion style. Terribly serious, terribly sober, terribly sensible

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Empire clothing style. 18th-century people wanted to resemble ancient statues

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Victorian hair fashion. Female hairstyles in the 1870s

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How did Victorian clothing caused people’s deaths

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Victorian dress reform. The rational dress

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Samples of vintage French, Belgian, and Italian lace

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European fashion trends in the 1890s: leg’o’mutton sleeves and bolero jackets

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Articles about separate 19th-century garments

High-tech bustles of the 19th century. The variety of shapes, sizes, and materials impresses!

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Warmest and coziest 19th-century outerwear. Elegant winter wear for frosty January weather

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Sack suit or lounge suit – one of the most popular men’s casual outfits in the 19th century

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Charming carrick or garrick traveling coat from the mid-19th century. What’s so special about it?


Everything you should know about male tailcoats of the early 19th century

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Pelisse – women’s outerwear originating from military uniform

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Corset cover – just a pretty garb or absolute necessity?

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19th-century lace collars – expensive and ornate openwork masterpieces

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Morning gown or peignoir – lovely attire of upper-class women in the 19th – early 20th century

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Spatterdashes and gaiters – what’s the difference between these footwear accessories?

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Adorable 1840s-50s fan-pleated dresses

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Hand fans in the 19th – early 20th century. The beauty of clothing accessories

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Fancy kid shoes in the 1800s. Wealthy 19th-century children wore lovely footwear

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Nice example of fashionable kid shoes from the 1810s

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Why were aprons so popular in folk costumes, peasant outfits, and even noble and royal ensembles?

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Caps of German women were highly decorative in the 18th-19th century

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Articles about 19th-century jewelry

Georgian-era jewelry styles: festoon necklaces, Lover’s Eyes, quizzing glasses, and handmade chains

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Pearls throughout centuries. Magnificent jewelry with pearls

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Georgian-era jewelry. What materials did jewelers use at the time?

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Posts with old photos of gentlemen, ladies, and children

Old photos of children from the mid-19th century

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Old photos from 1840s. Real-life clothing and hairstyles of mid-19th century

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19th-century clothing depicted in old photos

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Colorized old photos from Victorian England. What did men, women, and children wear at the time?

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Vintage photos of women from Belle Époque

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Colorized photos of adorable Edwardian-era girls

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Vintage photos of wealthy Victorian couples in authentic clothing and jewelry

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Real-life photos of Victorian-era women

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