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Wedding dress  1766 ~ no wonder palace doors were so wide. It wouldn't be very elegant to have to enter a room side ways. :)

Wedding dress 1766 ~ no wonder palace doors were so wide. It wouldn't be very elegant to have to enter a room side ways.

Robe a la Francaise in ivory satin

Robe á la Francaise about Historical Costumes - our Reproductions. Reine des Centfeuilles - Historical Costumes and Vintage Textiles.

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France Sack-Back Closed Robe, Costume/clothing principle attire/entire body, Silk plain weave with supplementary warp patterning; silk woven-braid trim, Center back length: 61 in.

1840 outfit. Clothing made by Costume Design students at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome in 2004. Tutor Luca Costigliolo

Clothing made by Costume Design students at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome in Tutor Luca Costigliolo

Robe a la Polonaise ("Polish dress") with chintz fabric. Outer skirts would be bunched in three areas and secured with stitches or cords. English, 1770s.

Embroidery on linen was a popular pastime for both men and women in the upper classes and the patterns were often chosen to resemble silk fabric. Dress à la polonaise, outer fabric embroidered linen, lining linen, KM Photo Pernilla Rasmussen

Dress with Day and Evening Bodices  Date: c. 1853–1854  Material: Silk/Cotton  Credit: Gift of the Helen Larson Estate  Object ID: S2001.31.18A-C  FIDM Museum

Dress with Day and Evening Bodices Date: c. Material: Silk/Cotton Credit: Gift of the Helen Larson Estate Object ID: FIDM Museum I just love this bodice shape.

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