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Doublet Place of origin: England, Great Britain (possibly, made) France (possibly, made) Date: 1660 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Watered silk lined with silk, trimmed with parchment lace Museum number:

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Claris- A Lady's Progress by temiel on deviantART fashion progression silhouette victorian and earlier

Evolution of Vietnamese Clothing. I love historical clothing and seeing how it evolves. I’ve longed to see the evolution of Vietnamese clothing but always came up empty handed due to lack of information... until now.  created this timeline because as a visual person, I like to know how clothing changed by seeing it side by side.

Fashion Timeline History of Vietnamese Clothing (and Ao Dai). A few of my refs here. I love historical clothing and seeing how it evolves. I’ve longed to see the evolution of Vietnamese clothing but always came up empty handed due to lack of.

i love historical clothing: Edwardian dresses

No date. (velvet and chiffon), blonde cotton machine lace, lamé, glass beads, metallic silk lining.

Kind of a cool interpretation on men's clothing:  Leland- A Gentleman's Progress by =temiel on deviantART

Kind of a cool interpretation on men's clothing: Leland- A Gentleman's Progress by =temiel on deviantART - discount mens clothing, cheap mens clothing online, mens clothing sites

silk moire ballgown with metallic gold appliqued hem border 1860

19th Century Clothing, Photos, Historical Fiction

Civil War ballgown- Silk moiré ballgown with metallic gold appliquéd hem border, Make a beautiful period wedding gown

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