Después de 1808 ornamento españoles figuran en túnicas y apareció como áreas de cortado y las mangas en niveles. Cuando las mangas cubrían la mano se les llamaba a la mameluco. ejemplos ilustran la imagen imagen aquí esta la longitud adicional de manga larga. Adornos, trenzas, cordones, terciopelo y otras dieron aire gallardo alegre para muchos una prenda de vestir, especialmente al aire libre
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1817 - European and Military Influence in Regency Pelisse Coat Decoration and manalouk sleeves..... When sleeves covered the hand they were called à la mamelouk. Image examples here illustrate this extra long sleeve length.
1817 - European and Military Influence in Regency Pelisse Coat Decoration
Extensive commentary on influences on Regency fashion (women)
Regency Pelisse of 1815 - Shorter Pelise Coat.
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15 In Paris waists were worn very much higher than in those of Regency England and skirt hems were wider, more A-line, padded and decorated.
Regency Pelisse of 1815 - Shorter Pelise Coat. Good info about exact years by year changes in fashion details.
Regency Pelisse of 1815 - Shorter Pelise Coat. Skirt Style 1815 When visitors from Britain returned to France after the 1814 peace treaty they were amazed that fashions were so different. In Paris waists were worn very much higher than in those of Regency England and skirt hems were wider, more A-line, padded and decorated. British fashion soon followed the French lead after the French ridiculed the English dresses in cartoons making them appear very ugly with bulbous tulip round waisted skirts and solid corsetry. Right - Shorter flared styles of 1813 Pelisse Coat and Regency Dress 1814 (Ackermann's Repository).
Regency Pelisse of 1815 - Shorter Pelisse Coat.
You must know what a pelisse is...
1813 Short Flared Pelisse Coat
Pelisse of 1815
Regency man's coat
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Our hero is most likely in a dress coats (also called a tail coat). It has a cutaway front and tails in the back. It could be single or double breasted, and while most are made of wool (usually in a dark colour), extant examples in other fabrications (such as plaid linen) do exist. Blue coats are invariably shown with brass/gold buttons, all others with self fabric covered buttons.
Neoclassical gentleman's striped silk coat, c.1805-10. Great site!
Regency gentleman's coat, striped silk, c1805-10. Georgian Era
Man's striped silk coat. English? c1810. Vintage Textile.
Ca. 1805 - 1810 Neoclassical Gentleman's Striped Silk Coat
Neoclassical striped silk gentleman's coat, c.1805
Gentleman's striped silk coat, c.1805-10.
Regency man's silk coat, c.1805-10
Striped Silk Jacket
Coat (Pelisse) Date: ca. 1815
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Coat (Pelisse) Date: ca. 1815 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 56 in. (142.2 cm)
Pelisse 1815 French silk. Worth having a look on the Met museum site. yoke is quite simple, pattern is delicate yet overall opulent.
French silk pelisse (long coat with a raised waist), 1815. Courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum Costume Institute
This 1815 Pelisse has the style of a coat but was worn as a dress. It was an overdress that protected the sheer materials women wore underneath. They were full length and were sometimes lined with fur for warmth.
1800s pelisse | Coat (Pelisse) Date: ca. 1815 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions ...
Coat (Pelisse) 1815 French silk. From the collections of The Metropolitan Museum
Coat (Pelisse) Date: ca. 1815 Culture: French Medium: silk
Another fabulous silk pelisse (coat), French, ca. 1815.
1815, Pelisse (coat dress)
LEVITA- La capa de hombro opcional. Simple o doble botonadura, con puños estrechos, faldas adjuntos, y la capa de hombro opcional. En la década de 1820, cuando sastres añadido una costura de la cintura al Levita 18thC, el Levita siglo 19 nació! Estos patrones son para Levita una Hombres o capa superior de la década de 1820 con puños estrechos, faldas anchas adjuntos, y la capa de hombro opcional. Versiones largas hasta la rodilla
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Men's 1820s frock coat pattern. (Adding room at the back)
Men's 1820s frock coat pattern.
1820s Frock Coat Pattern
Could be a style worn by both Lady M & Lady D (love the military details) 1812 - Hussar Jacket - Spencer.
Spencer Coat, Wear Coats, Cropped Jackets, Short Jackets
The spencer is a short top coat worn over dresses that still emphasize the empire waistline. They were worn for almost any occasion; indoors, outdoors, and evening wear. And they were usually made from silk or wool.
A spencer coat or jacket is a short, cropped jacket that ended right below the bosom on women and ended at the waistline on men. The Spencer coat would usually contrast the rest of the costume.
As the fashion for military touches persisted, many Pelisses and Spencers were covered in decorative braids, tassels, frogging and cords, as a result their wearers looked like members of the Hussars. In time, a short jacket similar to a decorated Spencer was called a Hussar jacket.
1812 - Hussar Jacket - Spencer. As the fashion for military touches persisted, many Pelisses and Spencers were covered in decorative braids, tassels, frogging and cords, as a result their wearers looked like members of the Hussars. In time, a short jacket similar to a decorated Spencer was called a Hussar jacket. You are reading and original Regency Dress Era 1800-1825 Fashion History article by Pauline Weston Thomas at www.fashion-era.com Copyright 2001-9 ©
Spencer coat: a short jacket that ends at waistline; can have long or short sleeves
Pelisse: here you see that women would wear coats that were military inspired.
Toggled spencer coat
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Ackermann's Repository 1820, court dress. The skirt has less volume and the waist is slightly lowered than in court dresses of previous years.
Ackermann's Repository 1820, court dress. The skirt has less volume and the waist is slightly lowered.
EKDuncan - My Fanciful Muse: Regency Era Fashions - Ackermann's Repository 1820
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Yellow and orange pelisse 1808 costume parisien
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Journal des dames et des modes / Costume Parisien: 25 Novembre + 5 Decembre, 1808
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American silk Pelisse (coat) ca. 1820 (back)
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Pelisse (image 3 - back) | Probably American | 1820 | silk | Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 2009.300.629
Pelisse (ca. 1820) Made of silk. Women's outerwear garment of the early 19th century. Due to the nature of the fashions of the time, the pelisse had to be very fitted and tailored to better cover the insubstantial textile of the gowns underneath. Therefore they tended to be very fashionable and follow the lines of Empire dress.
American Federal Silk Pelisse (Long Coat). Circa 1820. Back View. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
Pelisse Date: ca. 1820 Culture: probably American Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 55 in. (139.7 cm)
c. 1820 pelisse (back view), probably American, made of silk The Metropolitan Museum of Art 2009.300.629
Pelisse c. 1820: The quintessential women's outerwear garment of the early 19th century. Due to the nature of the fashions of the time, the pelisse had to be very fitted and tailored to better cover the insubstantial textile of the gowns underneath. Therefore they tended to be very fashionable and follow the lines of Empire dress. The historical references in the puffed sleeves and the military influences of the braid trim here are indicative of the time and masterfully executed in this example.
Pelisse - 1820 - (back) The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Pelisse Date: ca. 1820 Culture: probably American
Silk pelisse, Met Museum, c. 1820
Pelisse, 1814-1818, European
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Feminine Fashion - Regency Period - Collar City Brownstone
Collar City Brownstone: Feminine Fashion - Regency Period
1797 to 1810. This is the prototype of the Regency man: Beau Brummel. He is wearing an absolutely typical men's Regency day outfit. This is transacting-business-about-town dress, versus riding dress or evening dress. Several things distinguish these clothes as having an earlier Regency date (besides the fact that "the Beau," as he was known, was run out of town by creditors in the 'teens). Most important is that the tailcoat is cut without a waist seam, something that all Victorian coat...
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Beau Brummell (1778-1840) was a leader of fashion in the very late 18th and early 19th century. He popularised an elegant style of dress as well as the habits of bathing and shaving daily. His name became a byword for dandies.
10. Directoire and Empire Period: Short waistcoat, cut away jacket, hushing boots, tophat in hand and a well tailored jacket was the mark of a dandy.
George Brummell, 1805 George "Beau" Brummel was famous for his impeccable dress. He was considered a "dandy", a fashionable man who dressed well, circulated in the "best" society and who was always ready with a witty commit. upload.wikimedia.org
1805 caricature of Beau Brummell, who is thought of as the original dandy. Dandies were very concerned with their grooming and appearance.
Beau Brummel, who began the fashion trend bringing more comfortable "country" men's clothing to "town." http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/63/BrummellDighton1805.jpg
Beau Brummell was the arbiter of men's fashion and the dandy that created the cravat craze for men.
1805 caricature of Beau Brummell- costume in the 1800s
Regency era men's fashion--- great site for pictures
Men's coat, c. 1812.
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1812 ca. Man's Long Outdoor Coat, European. Wool, linen, cotton. Length at CB: 60 in. (152.4 cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1988 metmuseum.org
Graeme's great coat ca. 1812 European Wool, Linen, and Cotton Coat - Metropolitan Museum of Art
ca. 1812 European Wool, Linen, and Cotton Coat - Metropolitan Museum of Art Septimus
Men's Coat - Date: ca. 1812 - Culture: European - Medium: wool, linen, cotton
Men's coat, c. 1812. Greatcoat.
Wool Coat ca. 1812
1830 coat (pelisse)
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Pelisse | Great Britain, circa 1830 | Material: silk | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
1830 British Pelisse at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
omgthatdress: Pelisse 1830 The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Pelisse 1830 The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Pelisse 1830, British. Made of silk.
Pelisse, 1830, British, silk. Met
Pelisse 1830 Met museum
A girl's pelisse, c1817 Met museum
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Coat (Pelisse). Date: ca. 1817. Culture: British (probably). Medium: cotton. Dimensions: Length at CB: 35 in. (88.9 cm).
* Great Britain and Ireland, Coat (Pelisse) Date: ca. 1817 Culture: British (probably) Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length at CB: 35 in.
Pelisse | The Metropolitan Museum Mobile Date: ca. 1817 Culture: probably British Medium: cotton
Pelisse for a young girl Date: ca. 1817 Culture: probably British Medium: cotton
Pelisse Date: ca. 1817 Culture: British (probably) Medium: cotton
Coat (Pelisse) British 1817 35 inches
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Cotton pelisse ca. 1817
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Lovely coat! I'd like it in distressed heavily washed navy or black...white would not survive my wardrobe. Redingote: ca. 1805-1810, cotton, buttons. Object Number: GAL1952.5.103
I'll bet Jane Austen wore a dress like this. Redingote: ca. 1805-1810, cotton, buttons. Object Number: GAL1952.5.103
c1805-1810. A lady's cotton Redingote [a type of coat, the first form seen in the eighteenth century when it was used for travel on horseback.
1805-1810 -- overcoat. I really like the double-breasted bottoms going all the way down the dress.
I think I need this. A Florida winter dress. Will trim it up of course. 1805-1810 <3withlovedd
The pelisse is a long coat made to follow the popular shape of dresses with empire waists.
1805-1810 coat. Love the bustline but not at all flattering on anyone.
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White cotton pelisse (coat) with ruffle trim, probably British, ca. 1817.
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A girl's pelisse, circa 1817, via The Met Museum.
A girl's pelisse, c1817 Met museum
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1812, Costumes Parisiens. 1. Hat of silk and plush. 2. Hats of "Virginie." 3. Caps of cotton and tulle. 4. Hats of single velvet. 5. Hat of plush. 6. Hats of curly (crimped? shaggy?) velvet.
Costume Parisien, 1812, From the Bibliothèque des Arts Décoratifs via SceneInThePast flickr. plate 1209
Journal des dames et des modes / Costume Parisien: 25 Fevrier, 1812 (b)
1812 M5053MA_214X02X00002_L | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Costume Parisien an 1 (No. 607) Redingotte a la Charlemagne
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A gentleman with umbrella. an 13 costume parisien
c.1804 costume parisien. 607
Costume Parisien 607
Abrigo 1812 Cultura: Europeo Medio: lana, lino, algodón