Attractive, Distinctive, One Size: The Military Uniform in the Late 18th Century

The uniform dress for the army became the norm in the mid-17th century. Styles and decoration depended on status and image of the troop, and the wearer of the uniform. In contrast to today‚Äôs camouflage, uniforms of the 18th and 19th centuries displayed bright and contrasting colours. The idea was to make it easier to … Continue reading Attractive, Distinctive, One Size: The Military Uniform in the Late 18th Century