A collection of 18th century fashion items go on display at the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool.
The 13 male and female costumes along with accessories will be on display until the spring of 2020.
The clothes in the display are typical of the fashionable styles worn by ‘the middling sort’. Neither rich or poor, these people often wanted to improve and display their social standing through their clothing.
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