1700s Womens Clothing


1700s Womens Clothing

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jumps (18th century)

jumps (18th century)

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"Pierrot" Jacket 1790s The Kyoto Costume Institute

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Detail front view, robe à l'Anglaise, France, c. 1780.

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18th Century Rococo Gown Robe a la Francaise Eschelle Stomacher

Taupe Robe a la Francaise | Starlight Masquerade

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Washwomen

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Sayer and Bennett | "The Sailor's Pleasure", 1781 | The British Museum.

Image gallery: The Sailor's Pleasure

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An 18th century Watteau pleat/sack back robe and matching petticoat, circa 1775.

An 18th century Watteau Pleat/Sack Back Robe and matching Petticoat circa 1775,

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Nice impression; via The Golden Scissors from Fort Niagra.

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The Ladies Shooting Poney 1780 - John Collet-Contrary to popular belief there were intrepid women who did not only follow the hunt but hunted themselves. It wasn't common but it was done sometimes.

The Ladies Shooting Poney 1780 by John Collet - MyStudios.com

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Woman's riding waistcoat, silk and linen, c. 1775, probably British.

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4th of July at the Allen House, NJ 2015, photo by Molly Picture Studio

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Höfisches Leben in der Eremitage, Bayreuth 2011

Höfisches Leben in der Eremitage, Bayreuth 2011

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Met Museum Deaccession 18th Century French Robe Polychrome Striped Silk Taffeta | eBay

MET Museum Deaccession 18th Century French Robe~Polychrome Striped Silk Taffeta

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Robe à la polonaise with Matching Petticoat: ca. 1780, French, striped silk taffeta. "The robe à la polonaise came to popularity in the 1770s. The skirt was held up by cords and divided into three panels of full drapes over the underskirt. In the late 18th century, following the trend toward simple clothing except for court dress, women's costumes also became more casual."

Detail of collections 1780s | KCI Digital Archives

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Caraco 4th quarter 18th century, 1785-1790, Jacket- cotton printed white wooden board, Paris, Galliera Fashion Museum of the City of Paris - I've been working on block-printing textiles and I'm seriously considering trying this one this spring. It'll take a few blocks, but its worth it.

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Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788) Conversation in a Park - Self Portrait with his wife Margaret 1746

It's About Time: Families In Gardens & Parks by Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788)

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Maria Amalia von Bayern (1701-1756) by ? (location unknown to gogm)

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Delicate lace edge to fichu, white silk bows en échelle to stomacher, two tiered white lace ruffles (engageantes) to three quarter length sleeves, white lace edging to open robe a la Française of violet silk, two tiered white lace wide flounce to matching violet silk petticoat. Detail from portrait of Marie Louise Therese Victoire (Madame Victoire) by Adélaïde Labille-Guiard (Versailles), 1788.

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Noord-Hollands meisje, Paulus Constantijn la Fargue, 1775

Noord-Hollands meisje, Paulus Constantijn la Fargue, 1775 - Rijksmuseum

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A Woman, ca. 1764 (Joachim Martin Falbe) (1709-1782) Schloss Friedrichsfelde, Berlin

1760's Portraits

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Checked apron, no bib, pleated or gathered at the top, fabric continues around the waist to the back. The Tenant's Daughter. Haines and Son, London. 1798. Nice detail of shift sleeves.

It's About Time: 11/04/10

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Robe à l'Anglaise, Pensnylvania/United States, c,. 1775-1780s. White and blue striped cotton. This gown is a rare surviving example of the type worn by servants and the lower classes, or by middle class women for informal wear.

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Round Gown (Robe à l'anglaise)

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English or French, about 1790

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Jacket and shawl in chintz, skirt in glazed printed cotton, 1770-1800. MoMu - Fashion Museum Province of Antwerp

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