1. Progression of ladies’ fashion from 1785-1820. (Roughly the years of Jane Austen’s life.)

    From the original post:

    Sketches are from John Peacock’s book: Costume 1066 – 1966, A Complete Guide to English Costume Design and History (copyrighted 1986). Mr. Peacock was the senior costume designer for BBC Television when the book was printed.”

    From the top 1785-1798, 1798-1800, 1800-1811, 1811-1820.

    Attributed to the blog carla-at-home.

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