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Chapter 3 Children's Dress The marked indifference shown until the thirteenth
century - except where the infant Virgin was concerned - to the special
characteristics of childhood does not appear simply in the world of pictures : the
dress of the ...
Thus in order to distinguish the child who had hitherto dressed just like an adult,
features of old-fashioned costumes which the grown-ups had abandoned,
sometimes a long time before, were reserved for his sole use. This was the case
families to adopt features of lower-class or working dress. Here the child would
forestall masculine fashion and wear trousers as early as the reign of Louis XVI,
before the age of the sans-culottes. The costume worn by the well-dressed child
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