Formal Attire in Colonial America

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Arienne King
by U.S. History Images
published on 02 April 2021
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A drawing of a couple in traditional Colonial American formal attire. The woman wears a richly decorated brocade dress with floral designs, while the man is dressed in a suit of uncut velvet and holds a tricorne hat. From Historic Dress in America 1607 - 1800 by Elisabeth McClellan. Published in Philadelphia by George W. Jacobs and Company, 1904 CE.

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