A printed muslin day dress, circa 1800-1810,

robe a la polonaise 1770s

Back detail of c. 1775 Robe a'la Francaise with compere stomacher.

Love all the color! 1795, the splash of the empire waistline and start of Regency-era fashion.

Detail front view, robe à la francaise, Italy or Spain, c. 1770. Gold brocaded striped silk, woven with puce and silver bands within the textured cloth of gold stripes, pretty floral sprigs and trails, edged and trimmed with scalloped gold bobbin lace. Lined in ivory taffeta.

Coat, France c. 1810 wool, silk, wood 105.8 cm (centre back), 70.5 cm (sleeve length) National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

c1805-10 fine white muslin gown with Juliet sleeves. Sleeve detail.

Muslin evening dress 1812-1815. Embroidered with single strands of very fine silk, the stalks are embroidered in silver gilt thread

Spenser and dress taffeta c. 1807 Fashion front in Detail 17-18th

Girl's regency gown with van dyke points. Image @Rósa Guðjónsdóttir Textile

1810 -- It's All in the Details: Making a Regency Ball Gown

A printed muslin day dress, circa 1800-1810

Court Dress, Empress Josephine, c.1810

Detail of back of a French brocaded silk taffeta open robe, 1780s. "Silk taffeta with purple rib weave stripes and small ivory brocaded flowers. The neckline, front, and sleeves are edged with pleated ivory ribbon. The charming compères are decorated with appliqués of cut-out stripes and pleated ribbon". Vintage Textile. See gown here:

A brocaded silk open robe a la polonaise, circa 1785-90, of figured oyster silk woven with small floral sprigs, edged in peacock-green satin, the closed-front bodice with pointed low waist, single bone to fitted centre-back; together with a pale quilted pale pink silk petticoat adorned with quatrefoils and scrolls,

Dress Date: ca. 1774 Culture: American Medium: cotton, linen

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