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Muir, Jean

Amy de la Haye

Source: The Berg Companion to Fashion 2010

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On that, one diverts, exaggerates, pares down the lines to make the kind of shape and movement one wants. Then it’s a natural eye in terms of shape and colour, a sense of evolving while never losing sight of the structure (p. 118).

Scotland

Naomi E.A. Tarrant

Source: Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion. West Europe 2010

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By 1800, those people in Scotland who could afford it dressed in the style of clothing usually known as fashionable West European. This was no different from the dress of others of their class within Britain. There is no folk dress in Scotland, but there are some types of occupational dress that have been associated with Scotland or with particular types of work. Those who had little income for clothing dressed in what they could afford or were given by charities. As in former times, secondhand c

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