Young Gentleman’s Day Regency Life Series Book 2 by Suzi Love. A light-hearted look at the longer Regency years and an easy to read view of what a young gentleman did, wore, and lived. #Regency books2read.com/suziloveYGDContinue reading →
1750 Back Lacing Multicolor Silk Stays, Or Corset, French. #Georgian #History #CorsetContinue reading →
1750-1760 ca. Back and Front Lacing Brocade Stays. #Georgian #CorsetContinue reading →
1879-1885 ca. Linen Riding Corset, English. #Victorian #History #CorsetContinue reading →
1840 ca. Burr Yew Games Table, England. In the manner of Gillows of Lancaster and London (1730-1903). Rotating top veneered in burr yew opens to oval baize playing surface, plus pull-out frieze drawer for playing backgammon and chess. via suzilove.com & Reindeer Antiques Ltd.Continue reading →
1805 Gentlemen’s Fashion Plates via Journal des Dames et des Modes, or Costume Parisien. #Regency #FashionContinue reading →
1820s Madras Maternity or House Dress. #Regency #FashionContinue reading →
Fashion Women Late 1700s History Notes Book 1 by Suzi Love.
What was fashionable for women in the late 1700s? Extravagant colors and fabrics and outrageous styles were all seen in these flamboyant fashions.
1825-1830 ca. Man’s Wool Tailcoat, Probably England. #Regency #History #FashionContinue reading →
Corsets. From 1893 The Corset Through The Ages By Ernest Leoty.Continue reading →