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Maternity corsets in the 18th century. Did pregnant women really wear corsets?


Women’s clothing from the 18th century. Dress designs and awful hobbies

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What did 18th-century male attire look like? Was it really decorated more than female clothing?

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18th-century period products and clothing. When there were no tampons and pads or even no panties, what did they do?!


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

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Historical pirate costumes. What did they wear?

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Traditional clothing of sans-culottes. How was it different from usual 18th-century French clothes?

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Who are the so-called macaronis and what’s the connection to 18th-century fashion

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A lady gets dressed in the fashion of 18th century in North West England (+video)

 

Articles about different 18th-century garments

Banyan or robe de chambre – favorite informal wear of 18th-century gentlemen

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

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Robe a la Francaise or sack-back robe from the 18th century. Rare surviving gown

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Female undress costume – casual garment of the 18th century with such a funny name

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Bergere hat – 18th-century straw hat worn by milkmaids and queens alike

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Riding coat – extravagant 18th-century female sports garment

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Pet-en-l'air jacket – fashionable but informal 18th-century ladies’ garment

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Caraco – stylish female jacket of specific design popular in the mid-1700s – early 1800s

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

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Fichu – lovely 18th-century kerchief that covered women’s decolletage

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

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Articles about 18th-century hairstyles

Traditional European hairstyles in the 18th century

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18th-century hair and makeup. Horrors of this era’s makeup

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Hairdos and hairstyles of Marie Antoinette. The 18th-century absurd hairstyles

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18th-century movie costumes used in films and series

Stage costumes in Sleepy Hollow. Horror movies can have marvelous historical costumes

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Movie costumes in Marie Antoinette historical drama film – 70 outfits of Marie Antoinette

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Stage costumes of Outlander series. Scottish outfits of Claire Fraser in Season 1

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Stage costumes in Outlander series. More Scottish 18th-century clothing of Claire Fraser

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Stage costumes of Outlander series, season 1. Scottish folk clothing on Jamie Fraser

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Stage costumes of Outlander series. Women’s Scottish outfits used in this movie

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Stage costumes of Outlander series. Men’s Scottish clothing used in this movie

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