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I'm a costume fanatic, a reading geek, music addict and so much more. I love to create things, such as drawing, painting, embrodiere and muuuuch more =D
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6:50 AM
July 12th, 2012
Banyan, ca. 1735EnglishBrown figured silk faille
In contrast to the narrow back, tight sleeves, and fitted torso of male dress in the eighteenth century, the banyan provided an ease of cut that popularized its use as undress. Its simple “T” shape reflects its source in untailored regional traditions.


Banyan, ca. 1735
English
Brown figured silk faille

In contrast to the narrow back, tight sleeves, and fitted torso of male dress in the eighteenth century, the banyan provided an ease of cut that popularized its use as undress. Its simple “T” shape reflects its source in untailored regional traditions.

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