omgthatdress:

Petticoat and Caraco
1780
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

omgthatdress:

Petticoat and Caraco

1780

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

(via lilith-et-adalia)

fripperiesandfobs:

Robe à l’anglaise ca. 1770 and jacket and waistcoat ca. 1790

From the Museum at FIT via Fashion Plus Lifestyle

whenasinsilks:

Robe à la française, silk brocaded with silver gilt and trimmed with silver gilt lace, fabric c. 1755, dress remade c. 1770, lace a later addition, English.
Accession No. 1990-12,1

whenasinsilks:

Robe à la française, silk brocaded with silver gilt and trimmed with silver gilt lace, fabric c. 1755, dress remade c. 1770, lace a later addition, English.

Accession No. 1990-12,1

(via pre1945fashions)

omgthatdress:

Robe à la Française

1780s

Nasjonalmuseet for Kunst, Arketektur, og Design

omgthatdress:

Robe à l’Anglaise
1790
Museo del Traje

omgthatdress:

Robe à l’Anglaise

1790

Museo del Traje

defunctfashion:

Robe à l’Anglaise | c. 1784

defunctfashion:

Robe à l’Anglaise | c. 1784

(via victorian3)

Brocaded French silk mantua and petticoat, England, 1755-60 

Physical description by the V&A:
“An English court mantua and petticoat of French silk, brocaded with silver-gilt threads, with stomacher of different fabric.
Silk : cream gros de tours with self-coloured supplementary weft. Brocaded in gilt thread, in file, frise, strip and combined frise and strip. Plain selvedge. Pattern repeat 33.5 cm.
[Dress fabric] A length of silk, brocaded with silver gilt thread.
[Stomacher] This stomacher does not match the mantua.”


(by HLGraham)

Brocaded French silk mantua and petticoat, England, 1755-60 

Physical description by the V&A:

“An English court mantua and petticoat of French silk, brocaded with silver-gilt threads, with stomacher of different fabric.

Silk : cream gros de tours with self-coloured supplementary weft. Brocaded in gilt thread, in file, frise, strip and combined frise and strip. Plain selvedge. Pattern repeat 33.5 cm.

[Dress fabric] A length of silk, brocaded with silver gilt thread.

[Stomacher] This stomacher does not match the mantua.”


(by HLGraham)

defunctfashion:

Robe a la Française | c. 1765

defunctfashion:

Robe a la Française | c. 1765

(Source: lacma.org, via victorian3)

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