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American and French revolutions to form democracies,
male largely in uniform - justacorps, vest, breeches, and
a wider use of high boots, hair in a tie wig, more natural
colors, stock, solitaire; female - big hair replaced by more
natural hair,lace mob caps, natural waist gown and no panniers.
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Male - high collared justacorps, stock, cutaway
front on justacorps, breeches, vest, stockings
Women - English gown - natural waist, wide sash,
fichu at neck, Therese hat.


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English gown, fichu (scarf), gains borough hat, hedgehog hair.
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English gown, fichu, hedgehog hair, gains borough hat.


SLIDE NO.48
English gown - sashed natural waist, no panniers, low neck filled
with fichu (scarf), hedgehog hair (irregular layered, bushy cut).
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Polonaise with hedgehog hair and
gains borough hat, lace ruffle in place of a fichu.


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Therese or mobcap, fichu and English gown.
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Habit - more somber justacorps, stock, vest, breeches, stockings.


SLIDE NO.52
Stovepipe hat comes in. Vest, tight breeches, riding
boots, crop, double breasted riding g coat, jabot and stock.
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only formal wear is still embroidered. Note: cut of coat,
sloping away from the front edge. High collar, shorter hair.


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sans culottes - loose calf length trousers, forerunner
of long pants. Phrygian hat "Liberty bonnet", red with a
cockade. Carmagnole Jacket. Use of striped and tri color
fabric. Peasant clothes became popular because
being caught in aristocratic clothes meant beheading.
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Incroyables - French male extremists, exaggerated
fashion, shaggy brutus haircut, high neck colcravat, striped vest,
exaggerated wide lapels, on a frock coat, stove pipe hat often crumpled.


SLIDE NO.56
Merveilleuse and incroyables female and male French fashion
extremists, introduced several new fashions - chemise for women,
Greek looks, colcravat, brutus hair, stove pipe hat for men.


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