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Two women wearing fashionable Cowes week costumes, the first sketch shows a frock carried Featured 4 Jul 2018 Print

Two women wearing fashionable Cowes week costumes, the first sketch shows a frock carried

Two women wearing fashionable Cowes week costumes, the first sketch shows a frock carried out in pink tussore and dark grey, the sash is of grey silk and sleeves are of blue and white striped lawn, with the newest yachting hat of black glazed mateerial lined under the brim with pink tussore to match the frock. The sketch on the right is of navy linen with la veuse skirt and sailor collar of white pique. Date: 1909

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Our Boys Clothing Company, teenagers jacket suits 1895 Featured 4 Jul 2018 Print

Our Boys Clothing Company, teenagers jacket suits 1895

Young gentlemans dress or dinner jacket suit (Figure 104), youths dress suit, showing white dress vest (Figure 105), morning coat with checked trousers (Figure 106), vacation suit, similar to a Bedford, but jacket is made of patch pockets. Date: c. 1895

© Bubblepunk

Old Clothes Exchange, Phils Buildings, Houndsditch 1882 Featured 4 Jul 2018 Print

Old Clothes Exchange, Phils Buildings, Houndsditch 1882

The court of Phils buildings was found directly opposite St Mary Axe. A barrier was placed across steps leading up to the court, as there was an admission fee of one penny. At four to five in the afternoon, dealers would come daily to this 100ft square market space to sell clothing after a mornings rounds of collecting cast offs. The pavement and benches would be littered with huge sacks half-emptied of their contents. Heaps of old boots and shoes were indiscriminately mingled with bundles of old umbrellas and parasols, while trousers, coats, waistcoats, shawls, mantels, hats and caps were more carefully laid out to view, all sold for shillings or pence. Date: 1882

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Bubblepunk