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1 Nightgown/bed clothes on Mon May 31, 2010 11:25 pm

Okay, what's proper, males AND female?

Nightshirts for men and nightgowns for women.

and the designs, same off the shoulder??? guess its difficult to find pics of these types of items

No, nightgowns were less like a chemise and more like a shirt. I have found some photos and I think I have some of originals. They're at home; I'll look tonight.

Here are photos of original.


Also, there is a discussion about nightgowns on Elizabeth Stewart's forum at http://thesewingacademy.org/ Search for "nightgown" and the threads will come up.

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