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Favorite 18th C shirt. A man's shirt, like a woman's shift, is his underwear. It is rarely worn without a waistcoat or jacket over it. Unlike many of a man's garments that are made by skilled tailors, shirts are easily constructed at home. The shirt is cut from rectangles and squares, with as little waste of fabric as possible. The shirt of a laborer and the shirt of a fine gentleman are cut in the same manner-the difference lies in the quality of the fabric and perhaps the quality of the…

Favorite 18th C shirt. A man's shirt, like a woman's shift, is his underwear. It is rarely worn without a waistcoat or jacket over it. Unlike many of a man's garments that are made by skilled tailors, shirts are easily constructed at home. The shirt is cut from rectangles and squares, with as little waste of fabric as possible. The shirt of a laborer and the shirt of a fine gentleman are cut in the same manner-the difference lies in the quality of the fabric and perhaps the quality of the…

1790 man shirt museum - Cerca con Google

1790 man shirt museum - Cerca con Google

Man's robe, French, c. 1830. Damascus silk and cut velvet.

Man's robe, French, c. 1830. Damascus silk and cut velvet.

This shirt is an example of the type of non-regulation garment that was worn with uniform. The shirt features a high collar, which fastens with two Dorset buttons. A stock would have been worn around the neck so that only the edges of the collar were visible. The construction of the shirt is quite full, particularly the sleeves which are pleated. This would enable the wearer to fit into the relatively tight armed coats of the period. (1807)

This shirt is an example of the type of non-regulation garment that was worn with uniform. The shirt features a high collar, which fastens with two Dorset buttons. A stock would have been worn around the neck so that only the edges of the collar were visible. The construction of the shirt is quite full, particularly the sleeves which are pleated. This would enable the wearer to fit into the relatively tight armed coats of the period. (1807)

Formal coat, c. 1780. Changeable carmin coloured silk velvet "grain de riz".

Formal coat, c. 1780. Changeable carmin coloured silk velvet "grain de riz".

Hemd (Männer, Oberbekleidung, Oberteil)  Inventarnummer: T4053 Datierung: Ende 18. Jahrhundert Material/Technik: Leinen, weiß; Leinwandbindu...

Hemd (Männer, Oberbekleidung, Oberteil) Inventarnummer: T4053 Datierung: Ende 18. Jahrhundert Material/Technik: Leinen, weiß; Leinwandbindu...

Gentleman's Emerald-Green Silk Waistcoat 1780s, from…

Gentleman's Emerald-Green Silk Waistcoat 1780s, from…

Men's 17th Century Shirt. Button through collarless shirt in 100% cotton with linen buttons and frilled cuffs. A versatile shirt when using your own trimming.

Men's 17th Century Shirt. Button through collarless shirt in 100% cotton with linen buttons and frilled cuffs. A versatile shirt when using your own trimming.

Vest, 1785-1789, France, Silk twill embroidered linen. ©Photo Les Arts Décoratifs, Paris / Jean Tholance

Vest, 1785-1789, France, Silk twill embroidered linen. ©Photo Les Arts Décoratifs, Paris / Jean Tholance

Shirt with jabot, late 18th century. White linen.

Shirt with jabot, late 18th century. White linen.

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