Have you admired the fashions of yester-century and wished you could wear them too? You absolutely can, and I can help you think about how to make it happen! Wearing historical or historically inspired clothing is great fun, and if you’ve gone through the trouble of making a *thing*, why not see if you can get more out of it by including in your daily wear?
Inspirational images of other’s Historybounding efforts: http://www.morgandonner.com/2019/08/historybounding/
Zack of Pinsent Tailoring: https://www.pinsenttailoring.co.uk/
Bernadette Banner’s two referenced videos –
“Making an 18th Century Inspired Summer Dress” : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6E_wqz0C3M
“Making A (Modern!) Edwardian Walking Skirt || Historical Style” : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnlzX2A4PGg
Rachel Maksy’s “Modern Edwardian: Tips on How to Blend The Era Into Your Style” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsX9JHwSIDc
Disneybounding images from: https://disneybound.co/
Vincenzo CAMPI, Italian painter:
The Vegetable Seller by Pieter Aertsen
Many thanks to Kirsten and Stephanie Mohr for their sassy acting in the opening sequence, and their help with filming! Check out their fun sister podcast Mohr Please! https://www.mohrpleasepodcast.com/
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Intro music: Name of the Child – Motions
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