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Details of the uniform of a private of the Colonial Compagnies Franches de la Marine at the beginning of the Seven Years' War – Copyright: Michel Pétard 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, 18th Century Costume, Seven Years' War, Antique Clothing, Louis Xvi, Fashion Plates

Colonial Compagnies Franches de la Marine - Project Seven Years War

Details of the uniform of a private of the Colonial Compagnies Franches de la Marine at the beginning of the Seven Years' War – Copyright: Michel Pétard

Women Warriors: Deborah Samson Gannett - Notably taller than the average woman of her time disguised herself as a man and enlisted in the Continental Army in 1778 during the American revolution American Freedom, American Civil War, American History, British History, Native American, Us History, Women In History, Ancient History, Army Costume

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inmaledress: “ Women Warriors: Deborah Samson Gannett by emulatingeve on Flickr. ”

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gaiters

gaiters 1805 (met museum) The French Marine Gaiters are made from white canvas. It should have a tight weave, but be light enough to be flexible, not stiff. Each gaiter is made from a single thickness of white canvas, with a tongue or foot cover piece added. There are12 small black leather buttons, about 1/2 inch in diameter, on each gaiter. These can be made from a small leather circle with a hole punched in it, or small black metal buttons can be used. The top 5 buttons holes have matching…

Cocked Hat and Tricorn hats with plums took on many forms for many different functions in fashion. The style arose after the Cavalier hats of the that made way for the tricorn. 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, 19th Century, Costume Venitien, Millinery Hats, Cosplay, Hat Making, Historical Clothing, Headgear

Make Your Own Cocked (Tricorn) Hat

This "cocked hat" (aka "three cornered", tricorn, tricorne, or colonial hat) is a fun project that you can make right now, requiring about a half hour of your time and a few supplies readily at your fingertips (scissors, glue, and paper). However, if you'd prefer a more durable chapeau -- say, for H

Breeches back view of a man's silk velvet suit, part of the costume collection at Ham House, Surrey. 18th Century Dress, 18th Century Costume, 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing, Vintage Outfits, Period Outfit, Costume Collection

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Breeches back view of a man's silk velvet suit, c.1770, part of the costume collection at Ham House, Surrey.

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Regency mans pants - - - The costume pants for my spice might benefit from this kind of back lacing, at least. Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Men's Clothing, Jane Austen, Regency Dress, Regency Era, 18th Century Clothing, Vintage Men, Sewing Patterns

Men’s Regency Fashion

Regency mans pants - - - The costume pants for my spice might benefit from this kind of back lacing, at least...

what would the scots have worn when they went out hunting, im getting into traditional black powder hunting and i wanted to wear a scottish kit while hunting, and for the later month i have colonial type clothes that im gunna wear. 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, Hamilton Costume, Longhunter, Leather Workshop, Period Outfit, Historical Clothing, Cosplay, Fashion Boots

18th century hunting?

what would the scots have worn when they went out hunting, im getting into traditional black powder hunting and i wanted to wear a scottish kit while hunting, and for the later month i have colonial type clothes that im gunna wear. thanks for the help Don

Inspiration George Washington: National Museum of American History, Washington, DC. This is a uniform worn by George Washington during the Revolutionary War. Omigosh, I could spend DAYS here! American Independence, American Presidents, Us Presidents, American War, George Washington, Washington Dc, American Revolutionary War, Colonial America, African American History

National Museum of American History, Washington, DC. This is a uniform worn by George Washington during the Revolutionary War. Omigosh, I could spend DAYS here!

Regency Fashion: Men’s Breeches, Pantaloons, and Trousers 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Victorian Shirt, Vintage Outfits, 18th Century Costume, Period Outfit, Look Vintage

Trousers | European | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1793: Tight pantaloons were worn by men rejecting the previous knee length styles. It was very popular with Incroyables of the time.

American Duchess: Medivh: c Men's Patterning Terror Girl Dress Patterns, Coat Patterns, Clothing Patterns, Men's Clothing, Skirt Patterns, Blouse Patterns, 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, Coat Pattern Sewing

Medivh: 18th c Men's Patterning Terror

Historical costuming and vintage sewing projects, with dress diaries and research on period dress from the 16th to the 20th century.

American made suit dating to Silk faille, cotton/linen plain weave, silk twill. Whoever wore this suit was a skinny man. 18th Century Dress, 18th Century Costume, 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Men's Clothing, Three Piece Suit, 3 Piece

Man's Three-piece Suit: Coat, Breeches and Waistcoat

Artist/maker unknown, American. Worn by George Mickle Fox, American, 1759 - 1828