I find this soooo much more attractive then modern men's wear. A Confederate General's uniform is great too.

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Jobot were introduced in 17th century. a decorative ruffle or other arrangement of lace or cloth attached at the neckline and extending down the front of a woman's blouse or dress or, formerly, of a man's shirt.

Jobot :introduced in century.-decorative ruffle or other arrangement of lace or cloth attached at the neckline and extending down the front of a woman's blouse or dress or, formerly, of a man's shirt.

REPRODUCCION TRAJE ESPAÑOL Ollivier Henry costume early 17th Century Spanish style

There is a Dutch version with a sack back and sleeves --- Ollivier Henry costume early Century Spanish style

Gaming purse, French, late 17th C. Made of silk, leather, metal.  like "Put" or "La Bête." Made of velvet or brocade, the bags are often heavily embroidered with silver and gold metallic threads. This example has a band of embroidered fleur-de-lis motifs, an indication of a French origin. Like others of the type, it has a round flat bottom and closes by means of a drawstring at the top edge.

Gaming purse late century - French- silk, leather, metal, wood- 3 x 5 in. x 14 cm) Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art,

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century wedding dresses - Little known fact - Blue was the favourite colour for Medieval wedding gowns - as it was the colour worn by Mary, the mother of Jesus - thus symbolizing purity/virginity.

Le corsage de l'Infante.   This wonderful piece belongs to the collection of specialist Ollivier Henry. Dating back to the early 17th century, Spanish bodice, embroidery of exceptional refinement.

Blue beadwork, Le corsage de l’Infante Collection of Ollivier Henry Early century Spanish bodice

“Sew 17th century Challenge” – The Bodice (part 3 – Finishing) at Fashion Through History

“Sew 17th century Challenge” – The Bodice (part 3 – Finishing)

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