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Blue camblet riding jacket. Britain, 1730-50

Blue camblet riding jacket. Britain, 1730-50

Elements of 18th century dress costuming per Terry Dresbach's blog. Very informative and great images.

Elements of 18th century dress costuming per Terry Dresbach's blog. Very informative and great images.

1700 era pockets. These pockets were tied at the waist and worn under the formal garment. There were slits in the actual skirt allowing the wearer to reach their pockets.

1700 era pockets. These pockets were tied at the waist and worn under the formal garment. There were slits in the actual skirt allowing the wearer to reach their pockets.

Scale pattern, 1:10, made in 1940 of item KM 2463. Published in the museums' yearbook "Kulturen" 1984, s.114.

Scale pattern, 1:10, made in 1940 of item KM 2463. Published in the museums' yearbook "Kulturen" 1984, s.114.

Colonial Williamsburg Dresses for Women | Another view of the hat, this time from the top,

Colonial Williamsburg Dresses for Women | Another view of the hat, this time from the top,

Turning a placemat into an 18th century hat.

Turning a placemat into an 18th century hat.

Royal Naval uniform, circa 1748. A midshipman's frock coat, similar to the lieutenant's undress frock. However, the sleeves feature a 'mariner's cuff'. By the mid-18th century it was also incorporated into fashionable dress, featuring on both men's suit coats and women's riding habits. The midshipman's frock also features a stand up collar of blue wool lined with white velvet, which would often have been removed and re-attached. National Maritime Museum

Royal Naval uniform, circa 1748. A midshipman's frock coat, similar to the lieutenant's undress frock. However, the sleeves feature a 'mariner's cuff'. By the mid-18th century it was also incorporated into fashionable dress, featuring on both men's suit coats and women's riding habits. The midshipman's frock also features a stand up collar of blue wool lined with white velvet, which would often have been removed and re-attached. National Maritime Museum

Rococo Atelier: Speedy 18th century stays - tutorial - part 1

Rococo Atelier: Speedy 18th century stays - tutorial - part 1