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17th Century Fashion

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The eighteenth century monied male was often a peacock, eager to display his taste and wealth, and fond of lavishly decorated or patterned fabrics, and bright striking colours. The usual outfit remained the three piece suit of coat, waistcoat and breeches until 1800, when trousers began to replace breeches. Fashionable suits were usually plain woollen facecloth for practical urban or rural wear; woven silks for more formal evening occasions; and highly trimmed and embroidered silk satins and ...

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Dressed for court! Handsome men's garb of renaissance style elizabethan tudor tunic ruffle

Outfit for character of Thomas Culpeper , Henry VIII's favourite courtier, personal dresser, and very naughty fellow. Above is the s...

The Couture Courtesan: Late 16th-Early 17th Century Waistcoat

I FINALLY was able to get pictures of the whole outfit! I'll take detail shots of the garments themselves, but I'm stuck at the Atlanta airport and thought that now was as good a time as any to write this post. :) The waistcoat pattern is based on The Tudor Tailor, altered slightly to fit me better. It is made of white wool flannel from Renaissance Fabrics and lined with natural linen from Burnley and Trowbridge. It closes with brass hooks and eyes also from Burnley and Trowbridge. I also…

The Figures represented here are all French ladies of the court living in the 17th century, specifically between 1600 and 1670. The illustration dates to 1882

Download this stock image: The Figures represented here are all French ladies of the court living in the 17th century, specifically between 1600 and 1670. The illustration dates to 1882. - PT925H from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors.

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