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18th Century Clothing, Accessories, Inspirations
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Robe volante, 1726-50From National Museums Scotland
This gown is an example of the change in the feminine wardrobe between the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. It is part of the vast family of coats and dressing gowns, known as “déshabillés”, with a pleated bodice covering stays and a skirt that was lifted above or lowered over an underskirt. Gown known as 'Robe volante' | Palais Galliera | Musée de la mode de la Ville de Paris

Robe à la Française

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Dress

Robe à l'Anglaise

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Court mantua by Unknown Artist - Art Fund

Mantua

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Robe a la Polonaise, ca. 1780, French, Made of silk ~ The polonaise gown first came into fashion in the 1770s. It was a style of gown with a close-fitting bodice and the back of the skirt gathered up into three separate puffed sections to reveal the petticoat below.
Robe à la polonaise: ca. 1778-1780, French, silk and embellishments.

Robe à la Polonaise

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dress | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
“Tradition in the family states that he attended divine worship at Trinity Church, and there saw, for the first time, Miss Elizabeth Bull...

Other Gowns

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Waistcoat | French | The Met

Men's Clothing

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18th Century Early.  Riding Jacket, probably French.  Side View.   Silk, wool.   metmuseum.org
Jacket    Place of origin:  England, Great Britain (made)    Date:  1750-1759 (made)    Artist/Maker:  Unknown (production)    Materials and Techniques:  Camlet lined with silk

Riding Habits

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https://flic.kr/p/T3acRE | Domaine de Villarceaux (Val d'Oise) - Le château dit "du Haut" (XVIIIe) - Exposition Ollivier Henry - "Madame A..." | Domaine de Villarceaux (Val d'Oise) - Le château dit "du Haut" (XVIIIe) - Exposition Ollivier Henry - "Madame A...". Inspiré d'un habit de chasse milieu Louis XV. Taffetas brodé en couleurs et argent
Rückenansicht
Jacket

Jackets

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Jumps

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1969.5327-1Petticoat

Petticoats

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ca. 1720 // stomacher

Stomachers

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Stays 1780-1789
1952.0275 Stays, view 3
Snörliv - Nordiska museet / DigitaltMuseum

Stays

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Bodice, cotton, American or European
bodice   perhaps stays?
Bodice,1775-89.

Bodices

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Loyalist Shoemakers: Woman's shoes Spitalfield silk and leather Boston, Massachusetts, 1740 - 1750
Woman's buckle shoe with yellow ribbed silk upper and heel; silk brocaded with purple, white, blue, and black pomegranate motifs at toe, pink and red floral sprig on b …
Slippers, 1885, French

Shoes

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Cape (image 2) | British | 1795-1800 | silk | Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 2009.300.3890
Domino | Unknown | V&A Explore The Collections

Capes

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Snowshill Manor © National Trust / Richard Blakey
Cap | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Accessories

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Pair of white cotton twill side hoops.
Bustle | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Women's hoops of glazed linen with linen tape drawstring and split cane boning. 

Construction Details: Coarse linen casing that contains two pieces of stacked canin …

Panniers

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Woman's shift
Shift | Unknown | V&A Explore The Collections
Chemise | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Shift

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Complete your dress with this white wig for women, created on the 1700 fashion style. Our wigs are made in synthetical high quality hair. You can wash and comb them with normal hairdresser's instruments. Colors available are: silver-white, light-blond, titian-red, brown. This wig will give you a touch of mystery, elegance and sensuality, and your look will be unforgettable. More shapes available, both for men and women. Ask us to personalize your wig! We ship worldwilde with GLS, DHL and Fedex.
“What Should I Wear to the Fezziwig Ball?” – Old Dominion Dance

Hairstyles

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ca 1740 pair of colorful high society ladies dress shoes with silk tops. Russian Shoe Museum

Clothing - How To/Analysis

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Unknown Artist, French School - La Courtisane Amoureuse, 18th Century
jaded-mandarin: “ Thomas Hudson. Detail from Portrait of a Man, 18th Century. ”

Art

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Fan – Works – The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
18th Century French - I Antique Online

Friend of the King

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The Spring Gown

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Ensemble, 1760-1769, Ivory silk figured with silver-gilt thread, painted with watercolors & embroidered in pale blue silk.  This ensemble represents a popular style of informal dress for women in the 1760s. Known by the French name ‘pet-en-l’air’. Comprises short jacket in the style of a sack-back gown worn over a petticoat.  [This ensemble features in the Tailor of Gloucester by Beatrix Potter] (c)VA
Robert  Allen Indigo Floral Swag Cotton Toile Drapery Fabric

The Blue Pet-en-L'air

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Waistcoat | French | The Met Russian Sarafan, 1700 Fashion, Popular Fabric, Motifs Textiles, Chintz Fabric, 18th Century Costume, Men's Waistcoat, 18th Century Clothing, Waist Coat
Waistcoat | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Waistcoat | French | The Met
https://flic.kr/p/T3acRE | Domaine de Villarceaux (Val d'Oise) - Le château dit "du Haut" (XVIIIe) - Exposition Ollivier Henry - "Madame A..." | Domaine de Villarceaux (Val d'Oise) - Le château dit "du Haut" (XVIIIe) - Exposition Ollivier Henry - "Madame A...". Inspiré d'un habit de chasse milieu Louis XV. Taffetas brodé en couleurs et argent 18th Century Dresses, Historical Gowns, Riding Habit, 18th Century Dress, Rococo Fashion, Century Dress
Domaine de Villarceaux (Val d'Oise) - Le château dit "du Haut" (XVIIIe) - Exposition Ollivier Henry - "Madame A..."
https://flic.kr/p/T3acRE | Domaine de Villarceaux (Val d'Oise) - Le château dit "du Haut" (XVIIIe) - Exposition Ollivier Henry - "Madame A..." | Domaine de Villarceaux (Val d'Oise) - Le château dit "du Haut" (XVIIIe) - Exposition Ollivier Henry - "Madame A...". Inspiré d'un habit de chasse milieu Louis XV. Taffetas brodé en couleurs et argent
an antique pink dress with white ruffles on the shoulders and sleeves, from the back
Klänning i rosa sidenaltlas. klänningen nr NM.0183144 Fischy NM.0044898, spänne NM.0038953a övriga delar rekvisita. Denna montering gjordes till utställningen Paris-Stockholm, som öppnade 1989 (?) och plockades ned 2008. Om monteringen se föremålspost NM.0183144.
Clothes, Century Clothing, Muse, Victorian Dress
Attire's Mind
Bodice, cotton, American or European 18th Century Bodice, Late 18th Century Fashion, 18th Century Women
Bodice | American or European | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Bodice, cotton, American or European
dress | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art Empire Clothing, Regency Dress, Court Dresses, The Royal Collection, Evening Jackets, Costume Institute, Under Dress, Historical Costume, Traditional Clothing
dress | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
dress | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Snowshill Manor © National Trust / Richard Blakey 1760s Dress, Bergere Hat, Hidden Wardrobe, 18th Century Hats, Historical Hats
Hat 1349843
Snowshill Manor © National Trust / Richard Blakey
Couture, 1760s Fashion, 1700s Dress, Court Gown, Rococo Dress, Art Outfit, 1800s Fashion
Femmes Fatales in the Gemeentemuseum
Robe a la Polonaise, ca. 1780, French, Made of silk ~ The polonaise gown first came into fashion in the 1770s. It was a style of gown with a close-fitting bodice and the back of the skirt gathered up into three separate puffed sections to reveal the petticoat below. Into Fashion, Edwardian Dress, Womens Clothes
Robe à la Polonaise | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Robe a la Polonaise, ca. 1780, French, Made of silk ~ The polonaise gown first came into fashion in the 1770s. It was a style of gown with a close-fitting bodice and the back of the skirt gathered up into three separate puffed sections to reveal the petticoat below.
Rückenansicht Rococo, 18th Century Jacket, Colonial Dress, Native People, Historical Clothing, Historical Fashion
GANDIVA | Rococo traveling dress
Rückenansicht
1790s Dress, 1790s Fashion, Regency Gown, Regency Fashion
Gown | V&A Explore The Collections
Robe volante, 1726-50From National Museums Scotland 1740s Fashion, Metal Dress
Robe volante, 1726-50From National Museums Scotland (Fripperies and Fobs)
Robe volante, 1726-50From National Museums Scotland
This gown is an example of the change in the feminine wardrobe between the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. It is part of the vast family of coats and dressing gowns, known as “déshabillés”, with a pleated bodice covering stays and a skirt that was lifted above or lowered over an underskirt. Gown known as 'Robe volante' | Palais Galliera | Musée de la mode de la Ville de Paris Rose Bertin, Types Of Gowns, Feminine Wardrobe, Mode Rose, Contemporary Portrait, Older Fashion, Louis Xiv, Pleated Bodice
Gown known as 'Robe volante'
This gown is an example of the change in the feminine wardrobe between the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. It is part of the vast family of coats and dressing gowns, known as “déshabillés”, with a pleated bodice covering stays and a skirt that was lifted above or lowered over an underskirt. Gown known as 'Robe volante' | Palais Galliera | Musée de la mode de la Ville de Paris
Jacket 19th Century Clothing, Fashion Journals, Full Length Gowns, Short Gowns
Jacket | Unknown | V&A Explore The Collections
Jacket