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Table of Contents •  •  •  •  • 

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.  





Romantic

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.  





Crinoline

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.  





Bustle

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.  






Revenge