1790-1825: Regency & Romance

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Tirelli Costumi, tunic and silk overdress in ocher and blue tones designed by Maurizio Millenotti, made by Sartoria Tirelli and worn by Valeria Golino in "Immortal Beloved", Bernard Rose, 1994 1800s Fashion, 19th Century Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Beautiful Costumes, Beautiful Outfits, Regency Dress, Regency Era

TBT: Immortal Beloved (1994)

Immortal Beloved (1994) was written and directed by Bernard Rose, and it is one of those films I’ve wanted to do a post on for forever, and yet somehow the very thought of trying to tackle it…

Gentlemans broad fall front trousers, The trousers are fashioned from natural beige linen. The pockets and facings are écru cotton. The pockets, which are diagonally set in, are hidden by the fall front. Edwardian Clothing, Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing, Historical Costume, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion, Victorian Men, Sailor Pants, Period Outfit

Victorian men’s wear: fall front trousers

Explanation and pictures on the fall front trouser, a style of trousers worn between 1790-1840.

 or later shirt Historical Clothing, Men's Clothing, 18th Century Costume, 18th Century Clothing, Period Outfit, Work Jackets, Cut Shirts, White Shirts, Shirt Sleeves

What makes this a c. 1790s or later shirt is the size of the wristbands. Shirts before the 1790s had very narrow wristbands (wide enough to take a button). Both sleeves were pieced. the sleeve with the stain was made of two pieces of linen both the same size. All the linen pieces in the shirt sleeves appeared to be cut from the same unbleached linen identical to the linen in the rest of the shirt. — with Tony Holbrook at Department of the Geographer to the Army, 1777-1783

A Regency Gentleman’s Wardrobe: Thomas Coutts, Banker Historical Clothing, Historical Costume, 1800s Clothing, Historical Dress, Main Image, Vintage Underwear, Men's Underwear, Victorian Men, Gentleman's Wardrobe

Drawers | British | The Met

19th Century Early. Drawers, British. Wool, buttoned waist, drawstrings legs. Met Museum. Credit Line: Gift of the family of Thomas Coutts, 1908. metmuseum.org

This summer double-breasted cutaway tailcoat from about 1815 looks fresh enough for wear today. Its shaping is the counterpart of womenswear of the period with its high waist, breadth at the shoulders, and emphasis on the chest Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion, Jane Austen, 19th Century Fashion, Antique Clothing, Men's Clothing, Period Outfit

Commonwealth Vintage Dancers - historical dance in America -

The Commonwealth Vintage Dancers reconstruct, teach, and perform American ballroom dance of the 19th and early 20th centuries. In addition to performing dances of the Federal, Civil War, Gilded Age, Ragtime and Roaring Twenties Eras, we host public balls, dance classes and multi-day workshops for historical dancers.

Woman's Dress - - Woman’s Dress, England, circa 1815 Regency Gown, Historical Women, 19th Century Fashion, White Gowns, Empire Style, Marceline, Fashion Plates, Vintage Fashion, Women's Fashion

Woman's Dress

Woman's Dress, Unknown, England, circa 1815, Costumes, Silk net with silk embroidery, metal sequins, metal beads, silk satin, silk and metal chenille, and silk lace.

Woman's Dress, Unknown, England, circa Costumes, Silk satin with silk and linen gauze. Victorian Era Dresses, Victorian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Regency Gown, Period Outfit, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Clothing

Woman's Dress

Woman's Dress, Unknown, England, circa 1822, Costumes, Silk satin with silk and linen gauze.

Mameluck Dress in Muslin and Embroidered Veil - First Empire Circa 1810 Satin Dresses, Day Dresses, Silk Dress, Short Dresses, Summer Dresses, Regency Dress, Regency Era, Historical Clothing, Historical Costume

Mameluck Dress in Muslin and Embroidered Veil - First Empire Circa 1810

Circa 1810 France Day dress in muslin and veil embroidered with plumetis, Mameluck sleeves , dating from the first French Empire. Large neckline in lace on a high-waisted fitted bodice. Small balloon sleeves with eyelets for tightening with a ribbon. Very long sleeves in cotton veil ending on a pointed wrist in lace way fingerless gloves. Long skirt with a small train whose volume is tightened at the back with a cotton tie. Impressive floral embroidery in the bottom of the skirt with petits…