Costumers & web shops

Meg Andrews

Posted Feb 28, 2010 at 14:26 CET in Costumers & web shops, Fashion, and Links.

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Meg Andrews sells antique clothing and there are some great photos of 18th century garments on the site.

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Pimpernel Clothing

Posted Sep 15, 2009 at 20:19 CEST in Costumers & web shops, Fashion, and Links.

Pimpernel Clothing makes men’s clothing in 18th century styles, but meant for modern people. I think it’s a great idea. So far they only have waistcoats, but coats are on their way as well.

We set up Pimpernel Clothing to design and create clothing and accessories inspired by the beauty and quality of craftsmanship of period garments.

They also sell wonderful replicas of 18th century (and earlier) card decks.

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Slottsfrun

Posted Apr 23, 2008 at 17:43 CEST in Costumers & web shops, Fashion, Links, and Photos.

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Slottsfrun
A Swedish website that makes and sells 18th century basic garments and accessories like shirts, corsets and pockets. They also sell used clothes from Durán textiles, although they don’t seem to have any on the site at the moment (I couldn’t find any anyway).

There is also some general 18th century information and trivia on the site, as well as photos.

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Trosseau

Posted Jun 18, 2007 at 22:27 CEST in Costumers & web shops, Fashion, Links, and Photos.

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Trosseau
Antique clothing for sale. Very expensive of course, but great for photos.

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Reine des Centfeuilles

Posted Jun 15, 2007 at 16:23 CEST in Costumers & web shops, Fashion, Links, and Photos.

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Reine des Centfeuilles
German costuming company, mostly 18th century clothes. It seems they made the dress on the cover of the Queen of Fashion book.

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