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  • All costume periods have a distinct silhouette, or outline. Things to look for are the neckline, waistline, and hem, as well as sleeves for women. For men, look for shoulders, waist, leg/pants. Accessories can also really define a period.

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  • Costume History What the heck period is that?
  • The SilhouetteWomen Men Neckline Shoulders Waistline Waist Sleeves Leg/pants Hem
  • Gothic WomenHigh, round necklineHigh waistLong sleevesLong Hem
  • Gothic MenBroad shouldersLong sleevesFull hem Short Long
  • Early RenaissanceEarly 1500sMid - high neckline Oval Square V-neckNatural WaistLong sleevesLong, full hem
  • Early RenaissanceBroad shouldersLong sleevesFull hem Short Long
  • Mid RenaissanceBroad shouldersLong sleevesPumpkin Hose or fullhem
  • Mid RenaissanceLow, square necklineBroad shouldersLong sleevesFarthingales (really fullhem)
  • Mid 1600sNeckline: rounder,sometimes higher (fichu)Broad shouldersNatural waist, “V”shaped buskFull hem, farthingale
  • Mid 1600sNot as broadshoulders, flat collarsDoublet = WaistcoatFull sleevesKnee breeches,ribbons, pumpkin hose
  • Early - Mid 1700sWomen - lowernecklinesbroad shouldersNarrow, natural waist,still “V” shapedLong, full hem, panniers
  • Early - Mid 1700sMen - cutaway coats,some higher collarsNarrow/naturalshouldersWaistcoatKnee breeches
  • Late 1700s - Early 1800s Square shoulders (padded) High collar Natural waist Lots of leg Everything fitted
  • Late 1700s - Early 1800s Low, round neckline Short, and/or narrow sleeves High, empire waistline Narrow, long skirts
  • Early - Mid 1800sBroad shouldersFull, puffed sleeves(short and long)Still higher waistlineFuller skirts - layeredpetticoats
  • Early - Mid 1800sNot as broadshoulders, still paddedNipped in waist (waspwaist)Long, narrow trousersEverything fitted
  • Late 1800sFitted bodice, highnecklineNarrower in theshoulderNarrower skirt, bustleLong sleeve
  • Late 1800sMore natural shoulderHigh collar, highbuttoning suit coatNatural waistLong pants, not asfitted
  • Early 1900sHigher waistlineNeckline variesSleeve length variesLong hem, gored skirt,sometimes with train
  • Early 1900sNatural shouldersNatural waistLong, narrow trousersHigh buttoning coatMatching suit pieces
  • Remember . . .Look for: Shoulders Neckline Waistline Hem