Tips for Achieving Historical Styles with Modern Clothes

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by Bernadette Banner

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01.30.2024



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Citations:
[1] The Sartorial Art Journal. 1897. 1894-1899, Plate 029. Fashion Plate. Metropolitan Museum of Art. https://bit.ly/3CP1U0h.
[2] The Sartorial Art Journal. 1898. 1896-1899, Plate 020. Fashion Plate. New York, NY. Metropolitan Museum of Art. https://bit.ly/3ebLp4P.
[3] Waistcoat. 1880s. Cord, Ivory. London, UK. Victoria & Albert Museum. https://bit.ly/3CFXvN2.
[4] Evening Vest. 1880-85. Silk, Pearl. New York, NY. Metropolitan Museum of Art. https://bit.ly/3SYybqA.
[5] Waistcoat. 1890s. Silk, Cotton. London, UK. Metropolitan Museum of Art. https://bit.ly/3EoKSXP.
[6] Waistcoat. 1890s. Woven silk and linen, satin back, lined with cotton twill, and padded and boned. London, UK. Victoria & Albert Museum. https://bit.ly/3SKKeZ6.
[7] Dress. 1805-10. Muslin, Cotton, Linen, Embroidery. London, UK. Victoria & Albert Museum. https://bit.ly/3C8cqOs.
[8] Dress. c.1820. Silk. New York, NY. Metropolitan Museum of Art. https://bit.ly/3Cj7lmj.
[9] Dress. 1804-14. Cotton. New York, NY. Metropolitan Museum of Art. https://bit.ly/3yopRJ2.
[10] Dress. c.1810. Block-printed Cotton, Linen, Glazed cotton. London, UK. Victoria & Albert Museum. https://bit.ly/3CCh4pp.
[11] Dress. 1840-45. Cotton. New York, NY. Metropolitan Museum of Art. https://bit.ly/3rDyP1h.
[12] Dress. 1840-50. Cotton. New York, NY. Metropolitan Museum of Art. https://bit.ly/3Eq6x1Y.
[13] Dress. c.1840. Cotton. New York, NY. Metropolitan Museum of Art. https://bit.ly/3rCY8QZ.
[14] Dress. 1845. Silk satin, Cotton, Brush braid. London, UK. Victoria & Albert Museum. https://bit.ly/3T01Tvy.
[15] Dress. c.1846. Silk. New York, NY. Metropolitan Museum of Art. https://bit.ly/3McsQdc.
[16] Shirt. Early 19th Century. Unbleached Linen. New York, NY. Metropolitan Museum of Art. https://bit.ly/3TluJXB.
[17] Shirt. c.1780. Linen. New York, NY. Metropolitan Museum of Art. https://bit.ly/3SNkUla.
[18] Morgan & Ball Outfitters. 1890-1900. Fitzwilliam Collar. Linen, Starching. London, UK. Victoria & Albert Museum. https://bit.ly/3T29lq6.
[18b] Shirt. 1890s. Cotton, Linen, Mother of Peal,. London, UK. Victoria & Albert Museum. https://bit.ly/3TlviRd.
[19] Woman’s Spencer Jacket and Petticoat. c.1815. Cotton Plain Weave. Los Angeles, CA. Los Angeles County Museum of Art. https://bit.ly/3yobVil.
[20] Spencer. c.1820. Silk, Willow. New York, NY. Metropolitan Museum of Art. https://bit.ly/3CF2ltG.
[20b] Spencer. 1813. Wool, Silk. New York, NY. Metropolitan Museum of Art. https://bit.ly/3efk5CI.
[21] Jacket. c.1818. Velvet, Satin. London, UK. Victoria & Albert Museum. https://bit.ly/3CEmPTj.
[21b] Spencer. 1819-22. Silk. New York, NY. Metropolitan Museum of Art. https://bit.ly/3CFbkuS.
[22] The Butterick Publishing Co. 1890. “Ladies Walking Skirt.” The Delineator, V.36 No.4, October 1890. HathiTrust. https://bit.ly/3eaBaxJ.
[23] The Butterick Publishing Co. 1905. “Ladies Skirts.” The Delineator, V.65 No.2, February 1905. HathiTrust. https://bit.ly/3yngVDJ.
[23b] The Butterick Publishing Co. 1900. “Ladies Skirt 4137.” The Delineator V.56, July 1900. HathiTrust. https://bit.ly/3yrH8kv.
[24] Suit. 1865-70. Wool, Silk, Cotton. New York, NY. Metropolitan Museum of Art. https://bit.ly/3CF2NIo.
[25] Man’s Suit (Jacket and Trousers). 1860-70. Wool Twill, Silk Plain Weave. Los Angeles, CA. Los Angeles County Museum of Art. https://bit.ly/3SYz96c.
[26] Three Men Modelling Different Suits and a Young Boy in a Sailor Suit. 1876. Fashion Plate. London, UK. Victoria & Albert Museum. https://bit.ly/3fRKUgM.
[27] Sweater. c.1895. Wool. New York, NY. Metropolitan Museum of Art. https://bit.ly/3SJfTKr.

00:00 Introduction
00:55 A word from Skillshare
01:55 Victorian waistcoat
05:59 Regency gown
09:35 Mid-Victorian (1850-60s) dress
13:12 18th Century shirt
17:01 19th Century shirt
19:51 Regency Spencer
22:20 Edwardian/Late Victorian skirt
24:57 1870s men’s jacket
27:50 Honourable Mentions

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