1. In the past flowers and pastels weren’t just for women. Late 18th century menswear included a rainbow of soft colors that are now viewed as feminine. This waistcoat is British and dates to circa 1780.   

    In the past flowers and pastels weren’t just for women. Late 18th century menswear included a rainbow of soft colors that are now viewed as feminine. This waistcoat is British and dates to circa 1780.   

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    HAHA.. YES. -pictures Ezekiel in it- Oh 18th century how I love thee.
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