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sartorialadventure · 7 months ago
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Stockings, 1830, cotton/silk.
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hoopskirtsociety · 8 days ago
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Fashion Plate ca.1837
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dresshistorynerd · 10 months ago
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Shall we take a moment from our day to appreciate the absolute delight that was the (early) 1830, aka Romantic Era, aka the decade when western fashion peaked?
If you have heard anything about the fashion of that time, you probably know the sleeves. So let's start with them, shall we?
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Behold! Big sleeve! I don't know what else to say. I'm a simple woman, who thirsts for the biggest sleeves possible. They gain even more comical proportions when you make them short, but try to keep them as wide as possible.
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One of my personal favorites however are these weird sleeves which combines the short sleeves and the huge long sleeves for those of us who can't decide on anything. Very true to the spirit of this fashion: just put in everything!
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A criminally underrated thing about the Romantic fashion is pelerine. it's the little cape thing that covers shoulders. Think of something like this.
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But during 1830s it reached comical proportions in trying to cover the massive sleeves.
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Another amazing part of this hoot of a decade was the hairstyles, which in my humble opinion peaked at the beginning of the century.
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The side curls! The complex sculptures that are the hair! The flowers and jewelry added on top of that!!? Absolute madness. 10/10.
But you know what else was supremely extra? (Spoilers: everything) The hats. You thought the hair was unnecessarily big? You thought it had too much stuff thrown in?? WRONG.
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What a blessed decade. The campiness of it all brings joy into my life.
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self-substantialfuel · a month ago
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Season 1 outfits 🙌
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breebird33 · 3 months ago
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A "Regency Raven" and a "not Regency Raven" because I like 1830s fashion more than 1810s fashion
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badassindistress · 11 months ago
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Evening gown, 1830-1840 | muslin
Fries Museum, from the 2021 Haute Bordure exhibit.
I took a picture of this dress specifically because I think it desperately needs to be in the @yoursleevesareproblematic collection.
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cressida-jayoungr · 2 months ago
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One Dress a Week Challenge
February: Brown
The Young Victoria / Emily Blunt as Queen Victoria
The colors in this dress make me think of a chocolate-covered cherry. This scene takes place very soon after her coronation, so it should still be 1837. The fancy 1830s sleeves are still in style, although her hairdo is starting to look distinctly "Victorian."
The V-shaped decoration across the shoulders makes me think of the orange-and-yellow striped dress from My Cousin Rachel (set in 1840), which is appropriate, as I gather that dress was reused for the Victoria TV series!
I notice the buckle on her waistband seems to be completely ornamental, as if they're trying to give the feel of a belt.
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annachumsblog · 12 days ago
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Cosette Trebuchet Outfits Ideas 🤩🤩🤩🤯🤯🤯🥺🥺🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯
P.S. Neither Fantine nor Cosette have official last names in the brick or in the musical. Trebuchet is my headcanon last name for Fantine and Cosette cuz Fantine definitely wont allow her daughter to take on Tholomeyes ( ugh )' last name.
Also Trebuchet is Victor Hugo's mother's maiden surname
🤩🤩🤯🤯🤯🥺🥺🤯🤯🤯🤯
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zahourose · 8 days ago
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fashion-plates · a year ago
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Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1831
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a-little-fall-of-pain · 10 months ago
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So around a week ago I told @julestopher that I would draw Cosette in a white 1830s dress that we saw floating around tumblr, so I did! Now I can’t really draw light fabrics so it ended up looking more like silk but I still really like it and I hope that you do too!!!
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sartorialadventure · a month ago
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Costumes from Gentleman Jack
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b-mw · a month ago
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john galliano ss93
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houppellande · a month ago
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self-substantialfuel · a month ago
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Ann(e)s drawing are coming soon but I needed to get a Mean Girls joke out of my system
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breebird33 · a year ago
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*draws something self-indulgent for the first time in a century*
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gogmstuff · 3 months ago
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1830s Olga Naryshkin, nee Potocka by ? (Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie - Warszawa, Poland). From pinterest.com/morganatremere/наше-наследие-19-век-портреты/.
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cressida-jayoungr · 5 months ago
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One Dress a Week Challenge
December: Green
The Young Victoria / Emily Blunt as Queen Victoria
*Is she having a bad time? No. (She wears this dress in three different scenes, none of which are particularly fraught.)
This versatile gown appears in three different versions: by itself, with a shawl, and with a shawl plus bonnet, jacket, and ... some kind of jabot or dicky? Having just studied up on the transition from 1830s to 1840s fashion, I can say with some confidence that this seems like a nice transitional look. There's only the tiniest puff to the sleeves, and the fan-pleated bodice hasn't arrived yet. I do like the "moon" effect woven into the fabric, and the shirring at the shoulders. And the color is really spectacular.
I just got around to watching this movie, and it has sooooo many amazing dresses! I was too late to use it for the month of purple. So I'm including a nice shot of one of the purple dresses in the film as well, worn by Harriet Walter as (the previous) Queen Adelaide.
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laceanddoodles · a month ago
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The absolute goblin impulse to make a homestuck fanadventure in the year of our lord 2022 but set it in the time of the ancestors and have all the costumes be 1830s and have it be a big historical drama
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hoopskirtsociety · a year ago
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Historical fashion detail in art c.1830
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