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This is the third and final post on the construction of my Raspberry Mint Sorbet bustle dress completed back in May If you’re just joining now, here’s the first post, about the skirts, …
Caitlin Sinclair saved to Victorian fashion
Fashion Plate, ‘Dinner Dress’ for ‘The Repository of Arts’, Rudolph Ackermann (England, London, 1764-1834), England, London, April 1, 1825, Prints, Hand-colored engraving on paper.
مريم ميم saved to مرات الحفظ السريع
After looking back, it’s time to look ahead! As usual, my most concrete plans have to do with events, and everything else is a bit less defined. Firstly, 1895! I’ll be going to Bath in …
Laura Ingalls Gunn saved to Fashion 1830's
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Caitlin saved to 1880s fashion plates
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El taller de Arte saved to Annie the musical
1952 French Fashion Plate #7. I remember seeing something similar to this in a shop when i lived in Melbourne.Stunning!
My Best Finds Online saved to Fashion ideas
Ackermann's Repository was a popular British publication of the Regency period and its monthly issues were in distribution from January 1809 till its final issue on December 1828. Fortunately for us, Ackermann's Repository was published by a printing house that specialized in producing bound volumes intended for reference and private libraries. Had this just been a fashion magazine, I believe many of the amazing plates would have vanished over time; however since this publication was a…
Jackie Dalley saved to 1820s fashion
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Kristine Huiskens saved to Edwardian stuff