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Fashions for women, girls and boys, 1861 US, Peterson’s Magazine

Fashions for women, girls and boys, 1861 US, Peterson’s Magazine

Fashion plate, 1868 England, source missing
They’re looking at a fashion plate…IN A FASHION PLATE.
Little do they know…

Fashion plate, 1868 England, source missing

They’re looking at a fashion plate…IN A FASHION PLATE.

Little do they know…

Mens’ day, business and theatre fashions, Aug 1899
Summer dresses, Jun 1905 US, McCall’s Magazine: The Queen of Fashion

Summer dresses, Jun 1905 US, McCall’s Magazine: The Queen of Fashion

Walking dress, dinner or reception dress and visiting or home dress, Winter 1885-86 US (Philadelphia), Strawbridge and Clothier’s Quarterly
The description page (Large image)

Walking dress, dinner or reception dress and visiting or home dress, Winter 1885-86 US (Philadelphia), Strawbridge and Clothier’s Quarterly

The description page (Large image)

hatsfromhistory:

Street Scene by Georg Emmanuel Ortiz.  The British Museum. 
They don’t have many details about this print at the British Museum, but my guess is early 1820-1825, based on their clothing.  Ortiz was living in Leipzig in the 1820s, so I think that this is in Germany.  There are some wild pieces of headwear in this image, including the strange grey headdress on the girl in the short-sleeved spencer and the headdress of the woman directly behind her.  Also, on the far left is a soldier wearing a very unusual helmet!  I know very little about early 19th century German uniforms, so if anyone out there has more information about him, I sure would appreciate it!

hatsfromhistory:

Street Scene by Georg Emmanuel Ortiz.  The British Museum. 

They don’t have many details about this print at the British Museum, but my guess is early 1820-1825, based on their clothing.  Ortiz was living in Leipzig in the 1820s, so I think that this is in Germany.  There are some wild pieces of headwear in this image, including the strange grey headdress on the girl in the short-sleeved spencer and the headdress of the woman directly behind her.  Also, on the far left is a soldier wearing a very unusual helmet!  I know very little about early 19th century German uniforms, so if anyone out there has more information about him, I sure would appreciate it!

Fashion plate, Feb 1864 England, the Englishwoman’s Domestic Magazine

Fashion plate, Feb 1864 England, the Englishwoman’s Domestic Magazine

Fashion plate, Jan 1863 England, the Englishwoman’s Domestic Magazine

Fashion plate, Jan 1863 England, the Englishwoman’s Domestic Magazine

Dresses, Apr 1865 US, Peterson’s Magazine
Dresses for women and children, Mar 1868 US, Godey’s Lady’s Book

Dresses for women and children, Mar 1868 US, Godey’s Lady’s Book

Dresses for children and older teens, Dec 1864 US, Peterson’s Magazine

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