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Historical Fashion

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Claris- A Lady's Progress by temiel on DeviantArt

EDIT: OMG, a DD!! I never expected that! Thank you so much to *NadezhdaVasile for suggesting, and to $Moonbeam13 for featuring!! I wish I could answer e... Claris- A Lady's Progress

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Know your Victorian looks by TheBrassGlass on DeviantArt

My recent commissions made me realize how difficult it can sometimes be to explain the different Victorian fashions. And that's totally understandable! ... Know your Victorian looks

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Touch the Finest cashmere and wool right now. Purchase over $199 to get free shipping! Let's refresh your current wardrobe with a cashmere and wool offering of new arrivals.

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Illustrated Timeline Presents Women's Fashion Every Year from 1784-1970

Meticulously compiled using a number of historic fashion plates, this timeline showcases women's fashion history from 1794-1970.

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Dress | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Fashions from the Third Quarter of the 18th Century to the End of the 19th Century, with Furniture and Accessories from the Metropolitan Museum of Art and that of the Museum of the City of New York," December 12, 1946–May 15, 1947

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Image of mantua dress. england, c.1730 by V&A Images

The V&A is the world's greatest museum of design and the arts: its collections cover two thousand years up to the present, in virtually every medium and from Britain, Europe and Asia.

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Walking ensemble | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "In Style: Celebrating Fifty Years of the Costume Institute," November 17, 1987–April 17, 1988.The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Two by Two," September 10, 1996–November 17, 1996

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