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Discovered how awesome the Belarusian military looks. Outdated vests and steel helmets pair well with modern russian uniforms for some reason

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Love gorgeous historical women’s fashions? Take a look at women in 1800 around the world. #Regency #Fashion #nonfiction

Love gorgeous historical women’s fashions? Take a look at women in 1800 around the world. #Regency #Fashion #nonfiction

Fashion Women 1800 By Suzi Love History Notes Book 12 #Regency #Fashion Love gorgeous historical women’s fashions? Take a look at what women wore and carried in 1800 in Europe and around the world. books2read.com/SuziLoveFashionWomen1800

Empire Dress: Owes its name, physical emancipation, popularity, and even its sexiness to France. In this English example, French style is slavishly followed in…


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Women of Wales “in national costume and knitting”—

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Above left: Mrs Thomas. Above right: Miss Evans.

Below left: Mrs Jones.

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Photo: John Thomas, Wales, ca 1875. Courtesy: National Library of Wales.

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Wears the Grimes family hat.
Hershel
Wears a hat similar like his dad's.
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March 1st is the commemoration of St. David, the patron saint of Wales. St. David’s Day is therefore a day of celebration of Welsh heritage, much like St. Patrick’s Day for the Irish. One way that people celebrate St. David’s Day is by dressing in traditional Welsh clothing!

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(^the daffodil is also a symbol of Wales)

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What was fashionable for women in late 1700s? Extravagant colors, outrageous styles and flamboyant fashions. #Georgian #nonfiction #amwriting

What was fashionable for women in late 1700s? Extravagant colors, outrageous styles and flamboyant fashions. #Georgian #nonfiction #amwriting

What was fashionable for women in the late 1700s? Extravagant colors and fabrics and outrageous styles were all seen in these flamboyant fashions. #Georgian #nonfiction #amwriting books2read.com/suziloveFashWomen1700s

What was fashionable for women in the late 1700s? Extravagant colors and fabrics and outrageous styles were all seen in these flamboyant fashions. #Georgian #nonfiction #amwriting…


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“Sometimes I walk away

When all I really wanna do

Is love and hold you right

There is just one thing I can say

Nobody loves you this way

It’s alright

Can’t you see?

The downtown lights”

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Men in Hats


“Welcome to the designated “men in hats” loitering area”


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Samile Bermannelli for LoveShackFancy Spring 2021 Lookbook; photographed by Dean Isidro

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Oscar Johansson photographed by Ion Jairo for L'Officiel Brazil, November 2020

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Maika Inga for Numero December-January 2020-2021, photographed by Dominique Issermann

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Portrait of a married couple (potentially Lorenz Kraffter and Honesta Merz) by Ulrich Apt the Elder

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Accessories complete the outfit! Get yours here 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻

https://roserockcloset.com/Melissabogle

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Madisin Rian photographed by Kevin Sinclair for Vestal Magazine, Winter 2021

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