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Victorian & Edwardian

Appliquéd Beauty: An 1890s Coat with Flair

SquarepicThe mid-1890s were a dramatic time in fashion history. Astrida explores the history and construction of this eye-catching, high-fashion, late C19th coat. 

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cfilson  
  LOVE this article!! I finally got a chance to look at it, and just realized you included a pattern diagram AND great detail photos! I'm a little obsessed with original pattern diagrams, and will definitely reproduce this at some point. Thank you!!  
 

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