Fashion Linkage


I’m still out of town, but will be back next week with photos and a recap of RomCon and looking ahead to RWA! In the meantime, I’m up in the mountains of New Mexico where Internet is iffy, so I’m leaving some of my favorite fashion history links, which I used in the workshop last weekend. Enjoy–and let us know some of your own favorite sites!

18th Century Blog
Costumers Guide to Movie Costumes (not history exactly, but tons of fun!)
FIDM Museum
Metropolitan Museum of Art (the Costume Institute has a wonderful searchable database)
Worn Through
The Costumer’s Manifesto
Jessamyn’s Regency Costume Companion
Elizabethan Costuming Page
Sense & Sensibility Patterns (great links)
Cathy Decker’s Regency Fashion Page
Demode Couture
Fashion-Era
The Costume Gallery
The Costume Site (tons of great links!)
Tudor Links

And of course these are just the tip of the fashion iceberg…

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Writer (as Amanda McCabe, Laurel McKee, Amanda Carmack), history geek, yoga enthusiast, pet owner!
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3 Responses to Fashion Linkage

  1. Carolyn says:

    oiOoh, that black dress is pretty. I want that.

  2. Diane Gaston says:

    Omigosh, Amanda, this could take me the whole day to explore. I’d better save it for later.

    Hope you are having a wonderful time!

  3. librarypat says:

    Will definitely have to explore these, but not tonight.
    It is after 2 and I really NEED to get some sleep.

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