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Regency Stays 1790-1820, part 2

OHS Stays, circa 1810Wendy puts her earlier research on transitional Regency stays into practice and reproduces a set of stays for herself, walking us through the fitting stages.

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Jere Bethune  
  Need help fitting Regency stays.  
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