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    • Walking coat

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    • From Le bon ton et la moniteur da la mode unite. A handsome walking coat with the typical skirt line of the '90s. Emphasis is on the fabric arrangement over the bustline. Collars rise quite high; boning holds the shape
    • Fashion plate

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    • By 1895 sleeves are excessively full, reminiscent of the 1830s. Collars and hats are wider in proportion to the sleeves. On the right is the new princess line. The skirt fits smoothly in front. Fullness is held is deep pleats at the center back
    • Portrait of Lady Julia Lucini

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    • An important accessory, dog collars fill in the open neckline. The train provides the right sweep for a gown of the period. Usually it is equipped with a dust ruffle and often a horse hair lining. Small loops, placed at the back, allow the train to...
    • Suits

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    • Left: Two-button novelty sack, belted all around, welted pockets, cuffed and pegged trousers. Right: Two-button straight front sack high waist, darts, soft roll lapel, patched cash pocket on jacket, two flap pockets, attached collars on shirts...
    • Dress

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    • Beautifully tailored marine blue wool dress with organza double collars (Helmet Newton, photographer)
    • Casual Suit

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    • Large lapels, skirt collars and ties. Shaped waist. Long hair and aviator glasses (designed for Phoenix Clothes; Wilson McLean, illustrator)
    • English dress

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    • The jacketline bodice has a natural waistline and a softly flaring peplum. The skirt hangs in soft, natural folds
    • Helene Fourment in her wedding dress

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    • By 1640 the gown is soft and sensual. The waistline moves to a slightly higher position. Soft and full sleeves reveal part of the lower arm. The wired, fan-shaped ruff is the last Elizabethan feature to disappear
    • Several Habits of English women

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    • The low neckline falls off the shoulders in front. A rounded tab over the stomach is a remnant of the stomacher. The large pin at the top of the collar functions as a focal point (drawing)
    • Children of Carlos I

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    • Spanish dress follows the new fashion, though without its softness. Typically, edges are trimmed with braid to create a coatlike or jacketlike effect. Small rosette bows outline the waist of the left-hand figure
    • Portrait of Mattia de' Medici

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    • A wide, flat collar edged in lace. Hair is pulled to one side, hanging in a lovelock. The wide hat is plumed. In this Italian ceremonial dress of a heraldic order, there is a variety of important accessories, notably the sash, sword belt,...
    • Henry Rich, first Earl of Holland

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    • The doublet with a long skirt and more natural waist. Breeches are long and tubular. The boots have a red leather turned-back cuff, which is edged with lace boot-hose. Hair is long. The mustache and beard are trim. Notice the sword belt under the...
    • Portrait of Claude Deruet

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    • Tubular breeches are tied to the waist of the doublet with small ribbon points. Diagonal ladder trim decorates the breeches in front. A sword belt hangs from the right shoulder. Draped over the left shoulder is a large cape with a wide, flat collar...

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