1807-1817 ca. Man’s Leather Breeches, American. Regency Men’s Fashions. These leather breeches for a man have a drop front buttoned flap at the waist, a drawstring at the back waist to adjust waist size, and drawstrings and buttons at the calves to keep the breeches secure when worn with high boots. via Metropolitan Museum New York City, U.S.A. metmuseum.org via Metropolitan Museum New York City, U.S.A. metmuseum.org Follow Suzi Love … Continue reading →
Early 1800’s Collage of gorgeous early Regency Era women’s dresses and their matching accessories.
The four women have an amazing array of hats: Gold bonnet tied with a pink ribbon, Straw hat with the brim caught up in front with a rose, a white evening headdress with feathers, and a close fitting bonnet tied with yellow ribbon under the chin and matching gold braid on the crown.
Three women are wearing shawls. one of pink and white check, a long blue draping shawl, and an extra long lavender shawl, while the lady in the evening dress wears a white over dress.
The lady in the deep pink evening gown wears long white gloves, a necklace, and is carrying a fan. The woman in the lavender shawl is also carrying a handkerchief.
NB. Photo Editing by Suzi Love for 1800’s Early Large Collage for Women’s Dresses, Shawls, and Hats. Please feel free to share with full attribution.
1806 The Sculpture Gallery in the Louvre Museum, Paris, France.
Illustrations by Francis Courboin. via Les Modes de Paris. (PD-Art)Continue reading →
1795-1810 ca. Block Printed Day Dress, English.
1810 ca. Sewing of Gown. 1795-1799 ca. Fabric Block Printing.
via Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK.Continue reading →
1836-1840 ca. Printed Cotton Dress, English. Showing the fashion changes that happened after the late Regency Era and during the early Victorian years. Waists had dropped and had become more fitted. Full gathered skirts flowed out from those nipped waist lines, which were often V-shaped.Continue reading →