History of Fashion

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C & D Jarnagin Co– This site has clothing from the French and Indian War period (1754-1763) to the American Civil War period (1861-1865). 

Diary of a Vintage Girl– Fleur de Guerre is a British pinup model who uses her blog to “post tips on retro poses or hair techniques.”

Fall Creek Suttlery and Pair o’ Dice Mercantile– Both of these website carry clothing from about 1820s’ through 1900s’, specializing in Civil War Uniforms.

Elizabethan Costume Page– A directory of links to information about how to build Elizabethan outfits.

Gentleman’s Emporium– This site has Victorian costumes, along with Western and Civil War gear.

Mass Historia– Learn about Renaissance and Victorian-era historic recreation.

The Elizabethan Hornbook– A primer on 16th-century English worldviews and manners.

The Gentleman’s Page– A guide to 19th-century dress and behavior for men.

Vixen Vintage– Vancouver, Wash., designer Solanah celebrates her love of vintage style on this blog.

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