Men's Clothing 1760–1785
by Sarah E. Mitchell

Sarah E. Mitchell: Men's Clothing 1760-1785

Authored by Sarah E. Mitchell of VintageDesigns.com. Published 2012. 10 illustrations, 145 research notes, 37 pages. 5.5 x 8.5 inches. Soft cover, saddle-stitched. ISBN-10: 1-929384-17-3. ISBN-13: 978-1-929384-17-4.


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About the Book

Men's Clothing 1760–1785 is about the civilian clothing worn by servants, slaves, frontiersmen, and the more wealthy in the American Colonies and United States. Buttons, buckles, and other fastenings; undergarments; breeches, trousers, sherryvalies, and skilts; shoes and boots; stockings; shirts; waistcoats, vests, underjackets; jackets, cloaks, and coats; neckwear; banyans and caps; body modifications; hair and wigs; hats; gloves; watches and more are discussed.

Anecdotes, advertisements, and descriptions of the time period are included.

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