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Day dress, two pieces, 1882. Light brown wool trimmed with red striped satin. Centraal Museum via Europeana Fashion

Day dress, two pieces, Light brown wool trimmed with red striped satin. Centraal Museum via Europeana Fashion

Coat and waistcoat, c. 1729, France

Georgian century rococo fasion: Coat and waistcoat, France. About Coat: silk velvet, trimmed with gold lace. Waistcoat: silver brocade, trimmed with gold lace.

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Bustled Gown of Olive Green Corded Silk Patterned in Cut Velvet and Matching Satin, England, 1885

Suit  1900  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Suit, front view Date: ca. 1900 Culture: American Medium: cotton Accession Number: b The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Cycling became a popular activity in the 1890s.

What a great Steampunk base! This rare wool bloomer bicycling outfit was probably handmade from a pattern about As shown here, a bicyclist would complete her outfit with gauntlet gloves and overgaiters to protect the legs.

Bathing suit

Beachwear (Bathing Suit) Date: ca. 1900 Culture: American Medium: wool Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 44 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 25 in.

Dress: 1886, sateen/glazed cotton with dots and lines print, silk ribbon, buttons, bodice lined in cotton, skirt lined with polished cotton.

Dress: sateen/glazed cotton with dots and lines print, silk ribbon, buttons, bodice lined in cotton, skirt lined with polished cotton.

* Simple Day Dress for Women, around 1890 The colourful, printed bodice and the checkered skirt are a good example for the daily dress of domestic  staff and the working class.  Many sewed their own clothes, even their corsets, or bought second-hand clothing from tailors. A popular place for acquiring such, since 1863, was the „Tandelmarkt“, situated between the Bergasse and the Türkenstrasse.

Simple Day Dress for Women, around 1890 Foto: Christa Losta © Wien Museum The colourful, printed bodice and the checkered skirt are a good example for the daily dress of domestic staff and the working.

ca. 1610-1616 Margaret Arundel: Lady Weston attributed to Robert Peake the Younger

peinture UK : Robert Peake the Younger, portrait d'une dame (Margaret Arundel / Lady Weston), siècle,

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