Chatelaines and Chains. History Notes Book 9 By Suzi Love. Women in charge of households dangled long chains from their waists to keep essentials within easy reach e.g. keys, notebook and pen, watch, sewing items, vinaigrette or perfume, or magnifying glass. Early chatelaine were simple essentials. Later chatelaine were decorative and expensive. http://books2read.com/SuziLoveChatelainesContinue reading →
1810-1815 ca. Salmon Taffeta dress with ruched fabric at shoulders gathers at wrists and on bodice. Gemeentemuseum Den Haag. suzilove.comContinue reading →
Older Gentleman’s Day Regency Life Series Book 3 by Suzi Love #Regency #History An overview of an older gentleman’s clothing, social life, and responsibilities in the early 1800s. books2read.com/suziloveOGDContinue reading →
What was fashionable for outer wear in past centuries? Different names in different countries: Pelisse, Redingote, Or Walking Dress. #Regency #Fashion #History http://books2read.com/suzilovePelisseContinue reading →
1800 High-waisted rose colored gown, Dutch. #Regency #FashionContinue reading →
Four Times A Virgin By Suzi Love.
Book 2 Irresistible Aristocrats Series.
A tortured duke reunites with a mysterious lady to search for answers from their intertwined pasts and expose those who orchestrated the evil that scarred them both. She’ll do anything to protect her younger sisters from the torments she endured and he’s desperate to make amends.
1790-1795 ca. “Ladies At Tea.” By Thomas Rowlandson (1756–1827 British) Watercolor with pen and red-brown and brown ink. Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection.Continue reading →
Michael Brandon travels to introduce the woman he loves to family but is shocked when his missing brother arrives.Continue reading →
1770-1772 ca. Necessaire, British. Gold and Diamonds Watch and Box for travel for toiletries and sewing. via metmuseum.org and suzilove.comContinue reading →
1788 A Fencing Match, Britain. By Thomas Rowlandson. Satirical print from interior of fencing-room where two elderly gentlemen engage in combat. Two contrasting figures, one portly and one thin, not dressed in customary masks or jackets but have projecting soles tied to their shoes, and surrounded by semi-circle of highly caricatured onlookers, selection of fops and men in military dress, who all watch with amusement. bsat.co.uk suzilove.comContinue reading →