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Historical Dress

Historical Dress

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Robe à la Polonaise 1780 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1820s cap via The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

cape and muff 1780s Nasjonalmuseet for Kunst, Arketektur, og Design

Side view of early 19th century bonnet, made of turtle-shell, printed cotton cloth, vegetable fibre thread. British Museum Oc1841,0211.12

Image gallery: hat / bonnet

18th-century-fashion-dolls. Before fashion magazines styles were advertised with dolls. Mantua makers sent miniatures with instructions how to dress the dolls in the outfits, therefore advertising the new styles, fabrics and silhouettes.

Margaret Layton and her embroidered jacket 1600 @ Victoria and Albert Museum - British Galleries

1815-1820 - Summer gown - Broderie anglaise; the empire-line bodice, skirt hem and sleeve sides trimmed and inset with cutwork lace, cotton tassels and tufts; together with a whitework sprigged cotton empire line skirt

XIX century Russian types: Kerchief seller

What Was the Russian Type? | English Russia | Page 3

Regency Silk Spencer Jacket. Front Shoulder Detail View. Circa 1819-1822.

Spencer | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art


Formal robe à la française, silk satin embroidered with chenille thread lined with silk and linen and trimmed with silk ribbon, bobbin lace, satin, feathers and raffia tassels, 1775-80, probably French.

Evening Dress - England, 1820

Dressed for a masquerade, by the Van Dyke puffed sleeve and lace detail, matching bows to bodice and at elbow, pearls looped from bodice bow, pearl, carnelian (?) gold bracelet being attached at wrist. From Portrait of a Woman, Probably Elizabeth Aislabie, of Studley Royal, Yorkshire (detail), 1749, Thomas Hudson

Spencer back detail

Spencer | American or European | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

EXCERPT:'Grey wool. Big and thick and lovely. Made with Margo Anderson patterns.' This has such a real feel about it.

Grey dress by themouserfluff on deviantART

late 14th century French cotehardie

Purple Velvet Cotehardie by DaisyViktoria on deviantART

Catherine Howard’s White Gown.

gazing out the window great back view of how to a French hood

14th century noble clothing Clothing of Noble lady at the beginning of 14th century in Western Europe. It consist of red silk cotte and blue silk surcotte. The surcotte is lined by woolen fabric. The neck-opening and sleeve edges are decorated by embroidery which can be seen in next pages. Important part of entire outfit is also silk purse with embroidery and the belt.

Tailor's - Monika Novotna, 14th century noble clothing, par 1

14th cent. Italian

archery dress Date: 1820-1825 Lincoln green plain weave mohair and worsted mixture, trimmed with salmon pink mohair / worsted mix and black velvet.

Cap 18th century, French, cotton

Cap | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

18th century, France - Linen cap

Cap | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

turban and straw hat with scarf Google Image Result for

Jessamyn's Regency Costume Companion: Hats, Bonnets, &c.