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Bridesmaids clothing in 1860. Traditional Bavarian costumes.

Country fashion from Bavaria. Traditional Bavarian women`s costumes, Alt Bayerische Dirndl, Vintage wedding dresses.

Old Bavarian Bridesmaids 1850

Bridesmaids clothing in 1860. Traditional Bavarian costumes.

Two women in traditional costume (Dirndl) of Starnberg, Bavaria, Germany. Starnberg gained notoriety through the death of the Bavarian King Ludwig II, also known as fairy king, who was found death on the edge of the lake.
When the clothes of the two women is the festive attire as part of a wedding. They are as bridesmaids decorated. The aprons are embroidered intricately and elaborately. Over the shoulders is a precious scarf with fringe. Furthermore they wear a collar.


Roman officers. Military costumes of ancient rome

Ancient Roman costumes. Military armor of ancient rome. Roman officers and Legionnaire wearing a Lorica Squamata, and a Laminated Lorica.

Roman officers

Roman officers. Military costumes of ancient rome.

The left Legionnaire wearing as armor a Lorica Squamata, the right Legionnaire wears as armor Laminated Lorica.

Read More: Ancient Roman Costume History in Europe B.C. 53 to A.D. 450.

Gallery: “On the history of costumes”. Münchener Bilderbogen (Munich pictures sheets). Published by Braun & Schneider, Munich c.1858 -1898s.

French Nobleman and Officer, Ancien Régime Musketeer

French Musketeer costumes. King Louis XIV. fashion. French baroque costumes.

Nobleman and Officer 1680

Nobleman and Officer. Ancien Régime Musketeer. Second third of the XVII. Century.

French Ancien Régime costume fashion in the reign of King Louis XIV. (1643-1715).
Skirt with cuffs, Rhinegrave pants, jabot, allonge wig and a wide hat. Baroque period.

On the history of costumes. Münchener Bilderbogen. Edited by Braun and Schneider 1860.