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    YES :) > Circa 1760s Striped Banyan over a flowered waistcoat and silk breeches. At-home wear for the layabout Aristo.

    Dress Coat and Waistcoat, silk, 1745, V&A Museum

    Circa 1730, French, silk

    Ivory Moiré Silk Damask Open Robe Continental robe à la française, c. 1775-80 he gown was subsequently altered around 1775-80 to update the shape of the bodice front and sleeves.

    Ensemble Date: ca. 1790 Culture: French

    The dense covering of silver embroidery on this silk coat and waistcoat indicates that they were Court dress. The cut is quite conservative in style compared to formal daywear of the 1760s, although the length of the waistcoat and narrow cuff reflect current fashions. Court dress in Britain was more subdued than that worn elsewhere in Europe. The plain coloured silk and light covering of embroidery suggest that this ensemble was made and worn in England.

    Man's Lace Cravat - 1670 - 1690 The cravat end is large-scale raised Venetian needle lace, tied with added linen and silk ribbon. The engraving of the interior of a lace shop, of 1678, shows a fashionable man wearing a similar style of cravat.

    French gentleman's or boy's silk coat & waistcoat, 1780s-1790s

    Burgundy silk velvet dress with embroidered panels and ruffled collar, with matching burgundy silk velvet muff, American, 1889.

    1750-1799 - 18th Century French Robe in Pale Pink and Floral Striped Silk. Museum deaccessioned from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Lovely stripped silk robe in pale pink with self fabric covered buttons at the collar. Beautiful lace up front with boned interior (three bones remaining). | eBay

    Banyan

    Woman’s Jacket (caraco), circa 1760, altered circa 1780

    American navy blue and cream striped silk dress (circa 1854). Pre-Civil War, this dress displays the full gathered skirt worn over a hooped crinoline. Portrait neckline with shawl-like collar.

    Suit 1790s The Victoria & Albert Museum - OMG that dress!

    Coat and waistcoat, France. About 1729. Coat: silk velvet, trimmed with gold lace. Waistcoat: silver brocade, trimmed with gold lace. Museum...

    Banyan 1760 The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

    Man's embroidered silk velvet court suit, probably English, about 1790-1810.

    Veste à capuche, France, 1760-1770

    1780-1790 pink silk dress (1947.1610)

    Turquoise Embroidered Silk Party Dress circa 1950s - Dorothea's Closet Vintage