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The mannequin here wears the typical outfit of a dandy. A dandy was a man during the Empire Period that took special care to his grooming and appearance. Beau Brummel is considered the first dandy.

Regency era fashion: Frock Coat, circa Midnight blue, long tails over breeches.

Kate teamed the dress, which she first wore in 2012 on an outing with her father-in-law, w...

Duchess of Cambridge on a visit to a child mentoring programme

October 2015 Kate Middleton stepped out in a gray pleated Orla Kiely dress with an embroidered neckline to support Chance UK's early-intervention program. This is an outfit re-wear for the Duchess, who originally donned the ensemble in March

I just figured it out. Beyond the castles, and jewelry, the gowns and the Chanel suits. You know what makes them so awesome. They get to be different people like 4 days out of the week. Their lives revolve around them playing dress up. Daily. How fun and sexy. What's not to love. BRAVO.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the Thistle Service for the installation of Prince William, Earl of Strathearn, as Knight of the Thistle at St. Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh.

The cut-away coat remained formal daywear for men until the 1850s. This example has long tight sleeves, puffed at the shoulder, a style typical of the period 1815-1820. The roll collar has an M-shape notch, introduced about 1803, and a waist seam.

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FCBTC / British - The cut-away coat remained formal daywear for men until the This example has long tight sleeves, puffed at the shoulder, a style typical of the period The roll collar has an M-shape notch, introduced about and a waist seam.

Victoria and Albert Museum: 1842, England; This dress is characteristic of fashionable styles from the early 1840s. The neckline is wide with a deep collar or ‘bertha’. The long, tight sleeves are typical of the 1840s, while the short over-sleeves recall the elaborate sleeves of the 1830s. The waist is lengthened in front with a point both front and back. The elaborate applied decorations of the 1830s are now no longer fashionable.

Designer unknown About 1842 England Silk satin, lined with cotton, reinforced with whalebone, and hand-sewn Museum no. Friend Smith Victoria and Albert Museum

In the early years of the nineteenth century, there was a profound harmony between men's and women's silhouettes in dress.  In the Empire style, the high waists and puffed chests of menswear match the silhouette of women's clothing.  In the 1830s, menswear accommodated the gigot sleeve of womenswear in its use of a new fullness at the sleeve cap.  The typical men's ensemble of tailcoat, waistcoat, and trousers prevailed by the 1820s and 1830s, as breeches were supplanted by long trousers.

Suit 1833 The Metropolitan Museum of Art “In the early years of the nineteenth century, there was a profound harmony between men’s and women’s silhouettes in dress. In the Empire style, the high.

Just hours after the news that Prince Harry had become engaged to girlfriend, Suits actress Meghan Merkle, the couple has shared details of how the prince popped the question. The recently-engaged duo sat down for an interview with the BBC on Monday, where Prince Harry was prompted to describe the proposal.  “It was just a typical night for us,” he told reporters while Merkle added it was “a cozy night,” for them. “What were we doing?” she asked her fiancé. “Just roasting chicken? Trying to…

Prince Harry shares details on how he proposed to Meghan Markle

Just hours after the news that Prince Harry had become engaged to girlfriend, Suits actress Meghan Merkle, the couple has shared details of how the prince popped the question. The recently-engaged duo sat down for an interview with the BBC on Monday, where Prince Harry was prompted to describe the proposal. “It was just a typical night for us,” he told reporters while Merkle added it was “a cozy night,” for them. “What were we doing?” she asked her fiancé. “Just roasting chicken? Trying to…

1976 Dinner dress by Ian Thomas worn by Queen Elizabeth II at Kensington Palace, London - From the curators' comments: "The striking colour of this dinner gown is typical of the greater freedom in formal dress which emerged in the 1960s and 70s. The linear silhouette, with only slight fullness in the skirt, is emphasised by the elongated sleeves which reach to the floor but open at the side to allow for the customary hand-shake greeting."

1976 Dinner dress by Ian Thomas worn by Queen Elizabeth II at Kensington Palace, London - From the curators' comments: "The striking colour of this dinner gown is typical of the greater freedom in formal dress which emerged in the 1960s and 70s. The linear silhouette, with only slight fullness in the skirt, is emphasised by the elongated sleeves which reach to the floor but open at the side to allow for the customary hand-shake greeting."

pale blue suit

Diana, Princess Of Wales: A Life In Style

MAY 1995 - Wearing a neat blue suit with a matching hat and pearls, Diana was joined by Princes William and Harry at a day of celebrations commemorating the anniversary of VE Day in Hyde Park.

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