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What the Midwife wore to go out in

New clothes as a declaration of war

A Noel Coward Greek tragedy: thinking about clothes 2

Thinking about clothes all the time 1

A fascinating fact about fascinators

Yes the rich are different...

So what should we be wearing, Louisa May Alcott?

An appearance like a composed salad

Difficulties with tight skirts 2

A black dress that cost $40 - the Plath view 2

The knock-on effect of a new hat, and it's not good

A bag cover to match your white dress: the Plath view 1

Arnold Bennett & Calvin & Hobbes: smocks unite humanity

Mother's Day special: a clothes sacrifice

"In the full glory of some passion": James Joyce

Using your eyes to see what's around you

"Poor old dead legs" 2: Wedding dresses and the male voice

Posh girls, pencil skirts, and the male voice

We've all known someone like YOU, you George Eliot heroine

Suffering for beautiful hair