Charles Beaubrun, Portrait of Queen Maria Theresa of France, as patron of the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris (details)  17th century

Charles Beaubrun, Portrait of Queen Maria Theresa of France, as patron of the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris (details) century Baroque Art inspiration

Villarceaux -17th century dress detail by Olivier Henry by april-mo, via Flickr

This dress is exhibited in Villarceaux castle . It was embroidered by Olivier Henry . century dress by Olivier Henry

Ensemble 1670 The Victoria  Albert Museum

Coat and Breeches Britain in the a new style of formal day wear was introduced for men. It replaced the doublet and petticoat breeches. The new fashion was started by Charles II, under.

This is my last batch of 17th century pictures. I hope you'll enjoy them! I like the "buttons" that alternate down the front.

View Porträt einer jungen Dame by Cornelis Jonson van Ceulen on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Cornelis Jonson van Ceulen.

A. (Untitled: Thought to be a Portrait of a young man of the Chigi Family, Jacob Ferdinand Voet (artist). 17th century)

Portrait of a Young man of the Chigi Family wearing a gros point de Venise collar, by Jacob Ferdinand Voet Italian needle point lace

17th Century Baroque Fashion. Thomas de Keyser. Detail from Portrait of a Lady, 1632

Century Baroque by Thomas de Keyser. Detail from Portrait of a Lady, 1632

Here's Mary on set with the dress.  The Cape is another "Married piece" with trims from two Victorian capes applied to the 17th century pattern.  I think it works well together with the dress.

The Cape is another "Married piece" with trims from two Victorian capes applied to the century pattern. I think it works well together with the dress.

I find this soooo much more attractive then modern men's wear. A Confederate General's uniform is great too.

I’d Wear This

Men's Fashion from 1660 Renaissance Fair ren leather boots cape hobbit commoner cosplay costume Sword art: click artwork for source

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