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By: Leondra Lamb & Mandi Lopez
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1795%E2%80%931820_in_f ashion Only in the late 18th and early 19th centuries did ideas of affectionate marriages and loving, sentimental relations with children become dominant in American family life.
http://www.etsy.com/listing/50295749/1700s-family- miniature-dollhouse-art Most people performed manual labor, those who were fortunate and had the skill could rise to shopkeeper or manager of a farm or estate.
1795 – 1850 dress
Dresses were closely fitted to the torso, just under the bust, falling loosely below
There was a high waist line from 1795-1820 it took attention away from the natural waist
Chemise A thin garment with tight, short sleeves sometimes with a short neckline
Petticoat Scooped neckline and was sleeveless The lower edge of the petticoat was intended to be seen, since women would often lift their outer dresses to spare the relatively delicate material of the outer dress from mud or damp
Corset High-waisted classical fashions required no corset for the slight of figure, and there were some experiments to produce garments which would serve the same functions as a modern bra.
Patten Strapped onto shoes to protect them from rain and mud. Raised them about an inch above the ground.
gloves always worn outside the house. When worn inside, as when making a social call, or on formal occasions, such as a ball, they were removed when dining
parasols Protected a ladys skin from the sun this is an important accessory
fans made of paper or silk on sticks of ivory and wood, and printed with oriental motifs or popular scenes of the era, were used by fashionable ladies (and gentlemen) to cool themselves and enhance gestures and body language.
1795 – 1850 dress
During this period, younger men of fashion began to wear their hair in short curls, often with long sideburns
Top hat reigned as the only hat for formal occasions for the next century
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