Zuzana Vohradníková

Zuzana Vohradníková

Zuzana Vohradníková
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This is an example of colonial hair that was more used in the Western part of Europe and in America

This is an example of colonial hair that was more used in the Western part of Europe and in America

I like big hair of all time periods...

I like big hair of all time periods...

Boot with lace and sporrläder.  NAME  Manufacturer :T Trane  Owner :Oscar II of Sweden (-Norway)  Donors :Gustav V of Sweden  COLLECTION OF THE  Royal Armoury  INVENTORY NUMBER  27340 (51:151: f: 2)

Boot with lace and sporrläder. NAME Manufacturer :T Trane Owner :Oscar II of Sweden (-Norway) Donors :Gustav V of Sweden COLLECTION OF THE Royal Armoury INVENTORY NUMBER 27340 (51:151: f: 2)

Black velvet breeches with black buttons; white stockings just showing out from a pair of leg-hugging, over-the-knee black (silk?) buttoned boots, with black square heel. 17 buttons in all, from ankle to knee. Detail from Count Giacomo Durazzo (1717–1794) in the Guise of a Huntsman with His Wife (Ernestine Aloisia Ungnad von Weissenwolff, 1732–1794), by  Martin van Meytens the Younger  (Swedish, 1695–1770)  Date: probably early 1760s. The Met.

Black velvet breeches with black buttons; white stockings just showing out from a pair of leg-hugging, over-the-knee black (silk?) buttoned boots, with black square heel. 17 buttons in all, from ankle to knee. Detail from Count Giacomo Durazzo (1717–1794) in the Guise of a Huntsman with His Wife (Ernestine Aloisia Ungnad von Weissenwolff, 1732–1794), by Martin van Meytens the Younger (Swedish, 1695–1770) Date: probably early 1760s. The Met.

“Sew 17th century Challenge” – The Bodice (part 3 – Finishing) at Fashion Through History

“Sew 17th century Challenge” – The Bodice (part 3 – Finishing) at Fashion Through History

FCBTC / 17th Century Mens's Coats and Doublets

FCBTC / 17th Century Mens's Coats and Doublets

1780s stays from Norah Waugh

1780s stays from Norah Waugh

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.

18th Century Stomachers - An Article

18th Century Stomachers - An Article

Stomacher.  France.  1700-1750.  Silk satin with metallic-thread lace, silk and metallic-thread plain-weave appliqués, metallic-thread passementerie, and tassels.

Stomacher. France. 1700-1750. Silk satin with metallic-thread lace, silk and metallic-thread plain-weave appliqués, metallic-thread passementerie, and tassels.