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Rare Linen Under Drawers Third quarter 18th c | World Textiles & Dress | Meg Andrews - Antique Dress and Textiles
Men's Linen Under Drawers, Third quarter 18th Century. Finely woven linen with two covered buttons on the wide waistband, two smaller buttons on the covered placket, the back with two hand worked eyelet holes with a twill weave linen tie, gusset in bottom area, the cuffs with linen ties, waist 32 in; 80 cm; front to hem 2 ft; 62 cm. Top leg width 23 in; 60 cm. Not all men wore drawers (and women certainly didn't until the early 19thC), tucking their long shirts down into their breeches.
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Pet-en-l'air ensemble ca. 1760-1769 via The Victoria & Albert Museum “This ensemble represents a popular style of informal dress for women in the 1760s. Known by the French name ‘pet-en-l’air’, it...