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omgthatdress: “ 1890s dress detail via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art ” more!

omgthatdress: “ 1890s dress detail via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art ” more!

Antique smocks at the WI's Denman College - Marielou's posterous

Antique smocks at the WI's Denman College - Marielou's posterous

English Smocks or smock-frocks were the traditional garb of country labourers and agricultural workers in the eighteenth century, dating back to much earlier times, and remaining popular in some areas well into the nineteenth century. Smocks became associated with a nostalgic and rural way of life,

English Smocks or smock-frocks were the traditional garb of country labourers and agricultural workers in the eighteenth century, dating back to much earlier times, and remaining popular in some areas well into the nineteenth century. Smocks became associated with a nostalgic and rural way of life,

A reversible or round smock dating from the 1840s. It was worn at Mount Farm, Kirkby Laythorpe, near Sleaford, Lincolnshire. The dye from this smock was made from woad, a plant, and the embroidery is in a contrasting brown thread.

A reversible or round smock dating from the 1840s. It was worn at Mount Farm, Kirkby Laythorpe, near Sleaford, Lincolnshire. The dye from this smock was made from woad, a plant, and the embroidery is in a contrasting brown thread.

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