In the 1810s and 1820s rouleaux, or bias tubes of fabric, were a go-to trend for trimmings. Astrida shows us some inspirational examples.
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Soutache is a fantastic looking Victorian trim. Even better, it offers a huge visual impact with relatively little work attached to it!
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Elizabeth takes us through the depths of traditional theatrical tailoring with the construction of this brilliant WWI style military suit.
There are many styles of trousers through history, and many pattern making methods. Here's how to draft trousers from 1822 and 1826.
Woodruff-Fontaine House has one of the most extensive costume collections in the American South. We take a tour.
Oh, to be a wealthy American traveling to Paris to order a dress from Worth! These original guides discuss what it was like...
Need a new hat? Maybe a fresh velvet hat for Fall will pick up your spirits. Try this easy-to-make hat from Fall 1927.
Nobody wants a wardrobe malfunction on their head. Liz shows us how to put on a wig, keep it there, and make it look pretty.
Need some trousers? YWU Competition winner Charlotte Thomasius traces the history of fashion and cutting in mens' pants.
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