014 Bringing Historical Fashion into Your Modern Wardrobe

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By Jennifer Rosbrugh, Jennifer Rosbrugh: Historical costumer, Sewing teacher, and 19th C fashion enthusiast. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

Perhaps you’ve been thinking about how to incorporate your love of historical fashion with your everyday lifestyle but find it challenging to wear a bustle dress to your weekly grocery store outing. You are not alone! So many of us in the historical costuming community have – for years! – been trying to add those styles of bygone days into our daily lives.

Jennifer gets us started in this episode with ideas on approaching this idea of #historybounding (a fairly new term) for our modern wardrobes with encouragement that YES! it can be done with comfort and functionality.

Show Notes and Mentions

-Online classes at the Historical Sewing School

Podcast episode 002 on being creative when you’re not a designer

-Book: the curated closet by Anuschka Rees

-Book: The Edwardian Modiste edited by Frances Grimble (yes, it’s really expensive now; look for a used copy or check your local library)

Blog post on the Wearing History corset cover pattern made as a modern top

Morgan Donner's blog post about HistoryBounding; follow her on Instagram

-Movie: Kate & Leopold

-Find Jennifer on Facebook: @historicalsewing -Follow Jennifer on Instagram: @historicalsewing

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