Hi, Susan,
I take it you mean the agricultural worker's smock? (Smock was also used as
a synonym for a woman's shift or chemise.) I've never heard of the outer
garment being worn by women.

Kate Bunting

On Fri, Dec 18, 2015 at 5:10 AM, Susan <scour...@nwlink.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I'm still here.  I get fed up with facebook, and rarely with email lists,
> so happy to see people.
>
> Since you're all here ...  I've just gotten interested in english smocks
> (18th - 19th c ones) and was debating making one.  I've requested a bunch
> of books from the library, and this question might be answered in one of
> them. But ...
>
> Did women wear the traditional smocks?  in any era?
>
> thanks, Susan c (in seattle)
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