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

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.

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 robe, French, c. 1830. Damascus silk and cut velvet.

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

Circa 1730, French, silk

Banyan 1760 The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Russian gown

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.

Fashion 18th Century ball gown dress ensemble costume circa from 1752-1775. Made from very fine silk, lace and trim with embroidered small flower floral pattern in off white woven into the pale blue background. Hat decorated with millinery flower.

Waistcoat, ca. first half of the 18th century Linen and silk with polychrome embroidery English

This 1760s gown features a rose-red silk with trails of ivory flowers woven in a complex technique. The gros de tours silk, dates from the 1740s, but the gown was been remade into the style of the 1760s. It may have started out as a fashionable 1740s sack-back gown with ‘wing’ cuff sleeves popular during that decade. In the 1760s, the garment was restyled with a pleated back. The cuffs were replaced with single ruffles with scalloped edges. V T.433-1967

Dress Date: 1880 Culture: American Medium: silk, cotton Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Gertrude M. Oppenheimer, 1938 Accession Number: C.I.38.58.2a, b

Breathtaking beauty sumptuous luxury in three 18th c silk sack back gowns. Image says all! @KyotoCostumeInstitute

Robe a l’anglaise, 1780-1785. From the Museum Rotterdam.

Gown, 1743-1750, brocaded silk taffeta.

Emile Pingat, ball gown, ca. 1860


"The Tour". Clothing of the mid-18th century Robe à la française probably England, 1760/70 silk

Silk and linen brocade gown and matching shoes, 1760.

Green silk damask round gown, 1775