Woodruff-Fontaine House has one of the most extensive costume collections in the American South. We take a tour.
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Oh, to be a wealthy American traveling to Paris to order a dress from Worth! These original guides discuss what it was like...
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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.
I'm back with a tailoring topic that some of you requested and I'm more than happy to supply: how to cut and sew a pair of gentlemen's trousers.
In the final instalment, Chantal shows how to make your own buckram crown and create a finished, functional hat.
I love 18th Century quilted petticoats but I really hate quilting. So here's how to fake an 18th century quilted petticoat convincingly.
Dating this late 1890's wool tailored suit to a specific season and year, and finding the fashion plate that probably inspired it!
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