Pauline Weston Thomas and Guy Thomas place costume alongside the social history of
an era, focusing on fashion from 1800. Includes undergarments, haute couture and
British royal fashion.
Search in Category: Business: Textiles and Nonwovens: Textiles: Resources: History
Deliberately Concealed Garments Project|
The Textile Conservation Centre at the University of Southampton explores the folk
tradition of concealing clothing in the fabric of buildings. Includes a database of
garment finds in the United Kingdom.
Search in Category: Society: Folklore: Magic: Building Protection
Historical Costumes by Bjarne Drews|
Photographs of reproduction costumes, primarily from the Renaissance, Baroque, and
Regency periods. Closeups of handmade lace and embroidery.
Search in Category: Arts: Crafts: Needlework: Sewing: Costumes
MSN Encarta: 5 Weird Fashion Trends|
Article overview expounding on the current trends of pointy shoes, tanning, makeup,
ponchos and capes, and visible underwear, with their origins in history.
Search in Category: Kids and Teens: School Time: Reference Tools: Encyclopedias
Search in Category: Reference: Encyclopedias
Access over 3500 pictures that depict period costume, fabrics and fashion
accessories: paintings, prints, fashion plates, and photographs of extant items.
Advice and critiques on historical costumes.
The Ladies Treasury of Costume and Fashion|
Welcome to the Ladies Treasury, a magazine of Victorian and Edwardian costume and
needlework. We present articles, original fashion notes and perhaps best of all,
Free Patterns for clothing from original period ladies magazines and books.. Our
Ladies Work-Table contains antique needlework patterns for a number of novelties
including accessories, dolls' clothes and needlework tools.. We are constantly
adding new items to our Ladies magazine, so please visit often and browse through
our pages.. ...