Here’s another in the series of how women in history got dressed — the clothing and the layers. I’m posting this particular one is in response to a request that I show an ordinary working woman’s clothing. It’s not quite Regency — a bit before that, but it’s still fascinating, I think.
Also, I’m sorry the previous post didn’t come through your email.
Mad Mimi, my server for the email posts, took an objection to the source of a link (though it was not any kind of spam) and stopped it.
I did change the link, and have had many email exchanges about it, but it still seems to be blocked from sending.