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Shades of Victorian Fashion: Butter, Lemon, Gold, and Yellow

During the Victorian era, yellow was believed to be the color most similar to light. With shades ranging from the palest butter to the liveliest lemon, it was suitable for morning dresses, day dresses, evening gowns, and seaside wear. 1,384 more words

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A Vintage Expert

Katja of Sweden has inspired many generations with her design. Let me introduce you to one of those vintage experts who stands out.

Ida Nielsen is a Textile Teacher with great interest in fashion history, especially from the 1960th and the 70th. 143 more words

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Fashions for December 1815.

Get ready for some more fashion history! After reblogging several of Mimi Matthews’s pieces on clothing history of the 19th century, such as gowns of the… 93 more words

Fashions for December 1815

The December 1815 issue of Rudolph Ackermann’s Repository of arts, literature, commerce, manufactures, fashions and politics featured a design for an evening dress and a walking dress, both the creation of Mrs Bean, a milliner and dressmaker of Albemarle Street, Piccadilly. 1,103 more words