These museum websites provide information about fashion but are also great sites for browsing digital images of apparel and costume.
You can find images by browsing through print sources - such as books and magazines - and by searching digital image collections.
On this page, you will find information that will help you to effectively locate and use images. For even more resources, take a look at this research guide:
Like all resources, images should be used responsibly. Be sure to comply with copyright law, license agreements, and the Terms and Conditions of Use provided by the databases or websites that you acquire the images from, and always cite your images, just as you would any other source.
You can find useful images by browsing through books. To locate books in the library, use the WorldCat Library Catalog.
Of course, some books contain more images than others. One good way to find books that contain a large number of pictures is to include the phrases "in art" or "pictorial works" in your search.
For example, if you are looking for books with images of southern plantations, you might try a search combining the term "plantation" with the term "pictorial works."
Make sure to take a look at the subject terms that are used to describe relevant results. You can use these terms to build further searches.
Whether you are using them in a paper, PowerPoint presentation, Prezi, or video, you must always provide a citation for your images, just as you would any other source.
For more information on how to cite images, visit the Image Resources Guide.