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1750 to 1800ish Clothes

1750 to 1800ish Clothes

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Dress Date: 1798 Culture: British Medium: cotton

Dress | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art


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Jacket and petticoat (detail) ca. 1788 From the Gemeentemuseum...

Fripperies and Fobs

Robe à la Polonaise Date: ca. 1780 Culture: French Medium: silk Accession Number: 1976.146a, b

Robe à la Polonaise | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dress 1796, French, Made of silk

Dress | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

18th century dress / caraco with hood

Simple, elegant, timeless - silk damask American wedding dress, c. 1770s @metropolitanmuseum

The wedding gown of Hedwig Elisabeth Charlotte of Holstein Gottorp, Queen of Sweden and Norway. Made in 1776 of cloth of silver and silver lace. The bride was 16. (The photo: the gown being prepared for exhibition.)

Dutch jacket and shawl in chintz, skirt in glazed printed cotton, 1770-1800. Jacoba de Jonge Collection in MoMu, Antwerp

Sack-Back Gown England, 1770-1779, V museum

Fashion from 18th century ball gown dress Robe a la Francaise circa from British, England in 1750-1775. #Historical #Costume made from cream silk fabric brocade with woven flowers floral pattern. Square neck at the front bodice with matching stomacher, long ruffles frills sleeves. The skirt is open at the front, and away from the waist towards the sides of the skirt with a petticoat underneath. Self fabric ruffles lace is used on the robes. #Baroque #Rococo #Vintage #Fashion

Dress | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dress 1785-1795 The Philadelphia Museum of Art

Dress, ca 1755, Galleria del Costume

Silk francaise From Malmö museer. "Dress, "robe à la francaise" of chene-patterned silk. 1760's-70's, France."

Breathtaking white silk satin open robe dress w/ sack-back (shown), matching petticoat & stomacher. It relies on wadded & corded quilting for the subtle white on white surface ornament. Lined with white silk, it must have swayed ever so gracefully about its wearer. English, c.1750-1755. @Museum of London.

Ornate French Dress (1778-80) Celery green silk underskirt. The underskirt is trimmed horizontally acriss the hemline with knite pleats. The Bodice and overskirt is made of pale rose silk brocade, lavishly ornamented with heavy brocade along the hemline of the overshirt, down the front of the stomacher, and down the length of the forearms of the sleeves.

Dress | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

robe à la française, c.1750-1790, silk and lace, Europe, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. More info: twonerdyhistorygi...

Robe à l'Anglaise worn à la Polonaise, 1780-1800. Green and cream striped silk brocaded with floral sprays.

Woman's dress in two parts (robe, petticoat) Robe a la française 1760s

Woman's dress in two parts (robe, petticoat)

This gown demonstrates the fashionable styles in women’s formal dress of the 1780s. The hoop has changed from the square shape of earlier decades to a round profile. A stomacher is no longer needed, because the gown now meets in the front. The cream silk is adorned only at the edges with an embroidered band, ribbon and a stencilled fringe. This restraint in decoration illustrates the growing influence of the Neo-classical style in textile design.

Robe | V&A Search the Collections

Wedding dress, 1780. Nasjonalmuseet

Digitalt Museum - Brudekjole

Robe à la francaise, England, c. 1760-1770. Pink-purple satin brocade with a pattern of floral sprays worked in white and green.

c. 1797 Robe ayant appartenu à Mme Oberkampf © Musée de la Toile de Jouy