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The Evil Twin

Foley, 24, liberal atheist with a Religious Studies degree. I believe in gender equality, GLBT rights, sustainability and animal welfare. I like spicy food, vintage clothes, explosions, Batman, tea, dogs, boobs, books, space, space battles, zombies, beer, video games, traveling and speculative fiction, among other things.
Jun 8 '10
whattheywore:

historicalfashion:

Cotton drawers, chemise, and corded corset, the V&A, 1834

Above is a closer look at the style of corset that would have been worn during this time. At this time, they were generally still called stays. This one is from 1825-1835.

Underwear, my love!

it’s funny because this is pretty much what people wear today minus the corset.

whattheywore:

historicalfashion:

Cotton drawers, chemise, and corded corset, the V&A, 1834

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Above is a closer look at the style of corset that would have been worn during this time. At this time, they were generally still called stays. This one is from 1825-1835.

Underwear, my love!

it’s funny because this is pretty much what people wear today minus the corset.

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    it’s funny because this is pretty much what people wear today minus the corset.
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    Underwear, my love!
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