mooncat at in-tch.com
Mon Apr 5 19:11:13 PDT 2004
Begging the obvious, but it's just a particular style. It's not meant
to close in front--think of things like some coats on 18th c. gentlemen,
or the reoccuring fashion in my lifetime, certainly, to wear a coat or
--sue, who got into late-16th c. costuming so she had something to put
her embroidery *on*! <g>
Susan Farmer wrote:
> I think this one is even worse .....
> You see just enough of the skirt -- What's with the black "overdress"
> that doesn't meet in the front .....
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