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Master Crewe by Joshua Reynolds - Porträt Heinrichs VIII. – Wikipedia

John Quincy Adams 1767 Massachusetts - 1848 Washington, 6. Präsident der USA 1825-1829, Sohn des 2. Präsidenten

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Loulou de la Falaise: The Real Deal

The Real Deal: Loulou de la Falaise

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Did Women Wear Pants in the 1920s? Yes! sort of...

"All the Girls are wearing them in Paris. Honestly, Benny. You need to keep up with the times."

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Dr. Mary Walker. Amazing woman of the 1800's who was not only a physician, but spent most of her adult life in *gasp* pants!

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Dr. Mary Edwards Walker (1832-1919) was a field surgeon serving the Union Army; in 1864 she spent several months as a prisoner of war in Richmond. She was the only woman to receive the Medal of Honor for bravery in the American Civil War. She dressed in menswear for most of her adult life, including trousers and tophats.

Early 1930s style- ankle length, wide legged trousers in fabulous shiny fabric, worn with low slung, tie-belt and long, quite oversized jacket. Parisian model in June, 1930, wearing 'beach suit with summer fur'. (Image source http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Bundesarchiv_Bild_102-10027,_Pariser_Modell.jpg )

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Bell bottoms very popular in 1970s. These "bell-bottoms" were often just very wide-legged trousers, rather than shaped leg trousers that flared below the knee.The thigh fills the upper trouser leg thus making the bottom of the pants leg to appear flared. This style of pants has been popular for many years because it allows them to be rolled up easily allowing the sailor to work

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Bloomers (clothing) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia