Eighteenth-Century Clothing at Williamsburg
Colonial Williamsburg, 1986 - 79 pages
Antique clothing worn by men, women, and children in the eighteenth century offers a revealing glimpse into the lives of colonial Virginians. Accessories such as aprons, gloves, hats, handkerchiefs, fans, shoes, stockings, and undergarments are also illustrated.
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accessories America appearance aprons blue bodice bodice and sleeve body boned breeches broadcloth brocaded buttons called cloak closely clothing coat collection Colonial color costume cotton covered decorative designed detail dress early edge eighteenth century embroidered ended England engraving especially Europe fabric fans fashion flowers formal France frock front garments gift gown green hoops illustrated imported inches jacket John knee knitted laborers lace ladies late leather less linen lively London loose matching metal neck handkerchief occasions ordered originally pattern Petticoat pink plain pocket Printed probably probably England quilted ribbed ruffles running sack servants sewn shape shift shirts shoes short shown silk silk taffeta silver skirts slaves sleeve linings sometimes stays stitches stockings stomacher striped style suit textiles thread trimmed trousers usually Virginia waist waistcoat wear wide Williamsburg woman women wool woolen wore worn worsted woven young