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Women's Clothes Part 2 by Goldenspring.deviantart.com on @deviantART - Part Two of Three

Women's Clothes Part 2 by Goldenspring on DeviantArt

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Women's Clothes Part 1 by Goldenspring.deviantart.com on @deviantART - Part One of Three

Women's Clothes Part 1 by Goldenspring on DeviantArt

Made this to be a drawing aid for those wishing to draw 18th century women's clothes without doing a study. Part one of three Women's Clothes Part 1

Women's Clothes Part 3 by Goldenspring.deviantart.com on @deviantART - Part Three of Three

Women's Clothes Part 3 by Goldenspring on DeviantArt

Made this to be a drawing aid for those wishing to draw 18th century women's clothes without doing a study. Part three of three Women's Clothes Part 3

Mode de Lis: Working Class Attire · 1770s Style

Working Class Attire · 1770s Style

OK, I'll be honest. This was one of my beginner 18th c. outfits, and I was this close to not even bothering with getting photos for th...

This page is a summary of tricks I've learned through the years to make wearing Colonial clothing easier and more practical.

How to Wear Historically Accurate Colonial Women's Clothing

This page is a summary of tricks I've learned through the years to make wearing Colonial clothing easier and more practical.

How to Wear Historically Accurate Colonial Women's Clothing

How to Wear Historically Accurate Colonial Women's Clothing

This page is a summary of tricks I've learned through the years to make wearing Colonial clothing easier and more practical.

Completely Historical Round gown....amazing

Before the Automobile

Ever since looking through Kendra's Europe trip pictures back in 2007, I've been in love with a dress in a painting called The Dauphin Taken Away From His Family, painted by Hauer in 1793. The painting can be found in Musée Carnavalet, but it's very difficult to find a decent quality online picture of it. The best I've found is the very same photo taken by Kendra that made me fall in love with it in the first place. My version of the dress is made of black silk taffeta and lined with black…

18th century petticoat tutorial by Fashionable Frolick. So simple, and useful  across quite a few decades.

A "Threaded Bliss" Tutorial

The Standard 18th-Century Petticoat We've had a request from one of our loyal readers for a detailed tutorial on how to make an 18th-century petticoat. Confused by the directions on a commercial period pattern (and I don't blame her, they are quite horrid) and frustrated by the conflicting information she's found online, she asked if we could offer a straight-forward, easy-access guide to cutting and assembling an accurate petticoat. So here goes! The pattern: No pattern or complicated…

working woman's outfit.  Note the shorter petticoat

Diary of a Mantua Maker

Yesterday afternoon I decided to do a quick post on the three basic accessories; caps, kerchiefs, and aprons. I took a few images of my caps, started to cut a new one out to show shapes, and then decided to find a few quick images for examples. That's when I realized that caps tend to be an object we always use secondary sources for. Most of my examples have been from commercial patterns, others examples, and "how-to" guides for patterning your own. So, I skipped the posting and spent some…

Women's Clothes Part 1 by Goldenspring.deviantart.com on @deviantART - Part One of Three

Women's Clothes Part 1 by Goldenspring on DeviantArt

Made this to be a drawing aid for those wishing to draw 18th century women's clothes without doing a study. Part one of three Women's Clothes Part 1