Cabinet des Modes, 5e Cahier, 1ere Planche (January 15, 1786): Nakara satin robe à la turque with white satin corset and petticoat.
Cabinet des Modes, 10e Cahier, 2e Planche (April 1, 1786): A woman in a white gauze baigneuse and veil with nakara ribbon, and a woman in a hat à la Maltoise.
Cabinet des Modes, 13e Cahier, 1ere Planche: (May 15, 1786): Woman in a blue pékin turque, trimmed with white crêpe and artificial roses, and in a chapeau-bonnette.
Cabinet des Modes, 21e Cahier, 2e Figure (September 15, 1786): Man in a puce wool coat, striped moire gilet, canary cashmere breeches, and striped silk stockings.
Mary DeLong West's Wedding Dress, 1896: Bodice and skirt of off-white silk satin, trimmed on the torso with silk gauze; pattern available here.
Emile Pingat (1820-1901) - an exploration of a great artist's career.
Perfection Salad: Review/discussion of Perfection Salad by Laura Shapiro.
In Defense of Pride & Prejudice (2005): A different perspective on the movie's costuming.
A Difficult History: Feminism and Corsetry, Part I: Technically, all of September was taken up with this multi-part series.
On Mourning: Discussion of American, English, and French mourning practices of the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries.
Jennie Goodman's Wedding Dress (1878): A purple taffeta Natural Form era dress, also with pattern.
Waistcoats: 19th and 20th Century: The evolution of vests, with hints for dating them.