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Worn Through Wednesdays: Seventeenth Century Women’s Dress Patterns

Mark Hutter works by the light of the window (Via Colonial Williamsburg)

Today’s book review over on Worn Through is from Mark Hutter, a hugely important scholar in his field. He is the Senior Tailor in the Department of Historic Trades at Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia, and currently serves as a Vice President for the Costume Society of America.

Please enjoy his review of the just released, Seventeenth-Century Women’s Dress Patterns edited by Susan North and Jenny Tiramani.

 

 

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