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17th Century (Baroque)… Samatra Gibson 18th Century (Rococo)… Chaz Ridgeway Roman@c Period… Chaz Ridgeway Crinoline Period…. Dennis Dixon Bustle Period…. Dennis Dixon
th 17 Century
We focused on the paIern of the shirt, it was one of the most common paIerns known as the Baroque.
th 18 Century
The shirt dress was a very catchy piece that we decided to use for the simple that it was classy, elegant and also @ed into the theme of our magazine.
Lace was a popular piece during the roman@c period, and was mostly worn by women who dared to be diﬀerent. PreIy much like the women of today.
The classy Gentlemen. Back during the Crinoline period, the men were very dapper and well put together and you knew who they were. Today you can see men dressed for success with their Ties, Fedoras, and penny loafers.
The Bustle period is somewhat similar to the Crinoline period but these men stood out ul@mately because of their lovely cravats and their nicely pressed trousers along with a double breasted jacket. This look is seen in the business environment for the working men.