Kind of a cool interpretation on men's clothing:  Leland- A Gentleman's Progress by =temiel on deviantART

Kind of a cool interpretation on men's clothing: Leland- A Gentleman's Progress by =temiel on deviantART

Dress jewel tones maybe 1870s because o bustle, but don't know, emerald green and deep sapphire blue peacock jewel gorgeous

Dress jewel tones maybe 1870s because o bustle, but don't know, emerald green and deep sapphire blue peacock jewel gorgeous

I'm fascinated by working-class historical clothes.  This one is 18th century. (Before the Automobile blog, please click through, she's an amazing seamstress!)

I'm fascinated by working-class historical clothes. This one is 18th century. (Before the Automobile blog, please click through, she's an amazing seamstress!)

Cloak fitted through shoulders, closed by fabric strip | Nine Ladies Design - Historical Clothing

Cloak fitted through shoulders, closed by fabric strip | Nine Ladies Design - Historical Clothing

1840 outfit. Clothing made by Costume Design students at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome in 2004. Tutor Luca Costigliolo

1840 outfit. Clothing made by Costume Design students at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome in 2004. Tutor Luca Costigliolo

Evening gown ca. 1849-65. Cream silk woven with trailing floral & ribbon design in satin embroidered with floral sprigs in pink and green. Two bodices with low, wide V-necklines, lined with silk. Skirt has ribbon rosette inserts on each side and is lined with linen. Conner Prairie Historic Clothing

Evening gown ca. 1849-65. Cream silk woven with trailing floral & ribbon design in satin embroidered with floral sprigs in pink and green. Two bodices with low, wide V-necklines, lined with silk. Skirt has ribbon rosette inserts on each side and is lined with linen. Conner Prairie Historic Clothing

Adrienne and Quilted Petticoat worn as wedding ensemble. Dress, silk, linen, embroidery, quilting, 1740-50, KM 77.976

Adrienne and Quilted Petticoat worn as wedding ensemble. Dress, silk, linen, embroidery, quilting, 1740-50, KM 77.976

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