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19th century clothing

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Dress, Date: ca. 1864, Culture: French, Medium: silk

I’ve been working on my 1860’s ballgown bodice. I’ve already drafted the pattern, sewn the seams and am in the process of adding the boning. After this, it’s setting in the …

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If you think you take too much time to get ready in the morning, wait till you meet this young woman who dresses to impress in a very unusual way. Mila Povoroznyuk from Ukraine, who is known to her fans as your_sunny_flowers, has ditched all modern fashion trends to follow her own aesthetic that makes her look like she came back from the 19th century.

Every Day, This Woman Dresses In 19th-Century Attire, Here Are Her 70 Best Looks

If you think you take too much time to get ready in the morning, wait till you meet this young woman who dresses to impress in a very unusual way. Mila Povoroznyuk from Ukraine, who is known to her fans as your_sunny_flowers, has ditched all modern fashion trends to follow her own aesthetic that makes her look like she came back from the 19th century.

Waistcoat — The John Bright Collection c. 1890  Wool and Silk An example of the late 19th Century’s adoption of masculine garments into women’s wear, this waistcoat is made from the same type of wool fabric woven with a small allover pattern used for men’s versions. Like its masculine equivalents, it is backed and lined in silk twill, and has the clearly defined lapels associated with the double breasted fastenings of menswear. The functioning mother of pearl buttons on the left of the front hav

Waistcoat — The John Bright Collection c. 1890 Wool and Silk An example of the late 19th Century’s adoption of masculine garments into women’s wear, this waistcoat is made from the same type of wool fabric woven with a small allover pattern used for men’s versions. Like its masculine equivalents, it is backed and lined in silk twill, and has the clearly defined lapels associated with the double breasted fastenings of menswear. The functioning mother of pearl buttons on the left of the front…

**if this is your image or you know where it came from, please let me know!    See the apron with the pockets?!?!

**if this is your image or you know where it came from, please let me know! See the apron with the pockets?!?!