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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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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