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Undergarments

Women
shift / chemise
hooped petticoat
paniers
stays
jumps
bum / hip pads
underpetticoat
quilted petticoat
corded petticoat

Men
shirt

Outerwear

Women
bedgown
petticoat
caraco / jacket
English gown
sack back gown
pet-en-l'air
polonaise
waistcoat
stomacher
mantle
riding habit
cloak
chemise dress

Men
sleeveless waistcoat
sleeved waistcoat
knee breeches
  fly front
  fall front
coat
capote
frock coat
banyon
cloak

Accessories

Women
bag / purse
cap / mob cap
pockets
apron
pinner apron
tucker / fichu / modesty cloth
engageantes / ruffles
muff
mitts

Men
cravat / stock / jabot
garters
bag
pocketbook

 

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1700s

Undergarments

Women
shift / chemise
hooped petticoat
paniers
stays
jumps
bum / hip pads
underpetticoat
quilted petticoat
corded petticoat

Men
shirt

Outerwear

Women
bedgown
petticoat
caraco / jacket
English gown
sack back gown
pet-en-l'air
polonaise
waistcoat
stomacher
mantle
riding habit
cloak
chemise dress

Men
sleeveless waistcoat
sleeved waistcoat
knee breeches
  fly front
  fall front
coat
capote
frock coat
banyon
cloak

Accessories

Women
bag / purse
cap / mob cap
pockets
apron
pinner apron
tucker / fichu / modesty cloth
engageantes / ruffles
muff
mitts

Men
cravat / stock / jabot
garters
bag
pocketbook

 

1500

1600

1700

1800

18th Century Men's Accessories

 

Cravat / Stock / Jabot: 
#1700M10
Cravat: $10 + materials
Stock: $15 + materials + buckle
Jabot: $25 + materials

Cravats could be a simple linen strip or an elaborate accessory with lace, ruffles and the works.

A stock is a gathered band that ties or buckles around the collar.

A jabot ties around the neck with ruffles hanging down.  It is often paired with a stock in military dress.

 

 

 

 

 

 
Garters: 
#1700M12
Start at $5 per pair
+ Buckles & buttons
 

Hold your socks up.  Can be made from leather, canvas, linen or silk ribbon.  Buckle, button or tie.
 

 

 
Bag: 
#1700M11
Starts at $45 + materials
prices may vary widely
may be made from canvas, leather, linen, etc. (sorry, no hemp).


This includes belt bags, possibles bags, shooting bags, etc. 

 

 

 

 

Pocketbook:

#1700M12
Starts at $15 to sew + materials
Made from silk, brocade or linen. 
+ embroidery $10/ hour.


Approx 8" x 7" when open 
Carry important documents, money, love letters, eyeglasses, scissors or penknives in your pocketbook.  Pocketbooks were carried in the breast pocket, or in a woman's pocket.  They were often given as gifts. 

Basic design comes with 2 main pockets and the third has a flap.  Alternate designs: 2 pockets 2 flaps; calling card pocket; penknife or scissors pocket, etc.

Can be edged with silk, gimp, embroidery, etc.

 

18th Century Men's Accessories

 

Cravat / Stock / Jabot: 
#1700M10
Cravat: $10 + materials
Stock: $15 + materials + buckle
Jabot: $25 + materials

Cravats could be a simple linen strip or an elaborate accessory with lace, ruffles and the works.

A stock is a gathered band that ties or buckles around the collar.

A jabot ties around the neck with ruffles hanging down.  It is often paired with a stock in military dress.

 

 

 

 

 

 
Garters: 
#1700M12
Start at $5 per pair
+ Buckles & buttons
 

Hold your socks up.  Can be made from leather, canvas, linen or silk ribbon.  Buckle, button or tie.
 

 

 
Bag: 
#1700M11
Starts at $45 + materials
prices may vary widely
may be made from canvas, leather, linen, etc. (sorry, no hemp).


This includes belt bags, possibles bags, shooting bags, etc. 

 

 

 

 

Pocketbook:

#1700M12
Starts at $15 to sew + materials
Made from silk, brocade or linen. 
+ embroidery $10/ hour.


Approx 8" x 7" when open 
Carry important documents, money, love letters, eyeglasses, scissors or penknives in your pocketbook.  Pocketbooks were carried in the breast pocket, or in a woman's pocket.  They were often given as gifts. 

Basic design comes with 2 main pockets and the third has a flap.  Alternate designs: 2 pockets 2 flaps; calling card pocket; penknife or scissors pocket, etc.

Can be edged with silk, gimp, embroidery, etc.

 

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