Frances Lund
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Suit, 1760 via The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Idea for steward Man’s Suit France, circa 1760 Costumes; principal attire (entire body) Silk plain weave (faille), moiré finish, with sequins and metallic-th.

18th and 19th Century: Cravat Tying Tips for the Georgian or Regency Gent...

Sebastian Vioget might have worn any of and Century: Cravat Tying Tips for the Georgian or Regency Gent.

Shirt, maker unknown, linen, probably made in America, c1790-1820. Winterthur…

Two Nerdy History Girls: A Beautiful (and Romantic) c. Man's Shirt from "The Diligent Needle" Exhibition

royal navy uniforms 18th century - Google Search

By 1790 the stylish neckcloth increased in such volume as to wholly engulf the shirt collar and encroach on the wearer’s chin. Neckcloths adopted many bizarre forms with equally amusing names.

Put on the full armor of God.  At Last! A female warrior dressed in actual, functioning armor.

A female warrior dressed in actual, functioning armor insted of what is basically a chain mail bikini that so many lady "warriors" wear. Totally impractical and useless. - She's going to cut her fingers off if that's the way she holds a sword.