The Duchess of Devonshire's Gossip Guide to the 18th Century: Museum Exhibition: Panniers, Stays and Jabots - now THAT's the back of a pierrot!

The Duchess of Devonshire's Gossip Guide to the 18th Century: Museum Exhibition: Panniers, Stays and Jabots - now THAT's the back of a pierrot!

~Dandridge Robe à la française: ca. 1750 (textile), ca. 1770 (gown remodeled), American, Spitalfields (silk), silk lustring with brocaded floral bouquet entwined with weft-float pattern of trailing vine and flowers, open front style (with matching petticoat), flounced and lined sleeves, trimmings padded with cotton, embellished with colored silk fly-fringe. [Search for Acc. No. 1975-340,1]~

~Dandridge Robe à la française: ca. 1750 (textile), ca. 1770 (gown remodeled), American, Spitalfields (silk), silk lustring with brocaded floral bouquet entwined with weft-float pattern of trailing vine and flowers, open front style (with matching petticoat), flounced and lined sleeves, trimmings padded with cotton, embellished with colored silk fly-fringe. [Search for Acc. No. 1975-340,1]~

1775	1799   - Numero inventario museo	Cl. XXIV n. 0239 - Centro Studi di Storia del Tessuto e del Costume - http://www.archiviodellacomunicazione.it/Sicap/opac.aspx?WEB=MuseiVE

1775 1799 - Numero inventario museo Cl. XXIV n. 0239 - Centro Studi di Storia del Tessuto e del Costume - http://www.archiviodellacomunicazione.it/Sicap/opac.aspx?WEB=MuseiVE

Silk brocade skirt and bodice, ca. 1765 shown with reproduction stomacher. | Kent State University Museum

Updating the Fashion Timeline exhibition

Silk brocade skirt and bodice, ca. 1765 shown with reproduction stomacher. | Kent State University Museum

American Duchess:Historical Costuming: 8 Drool-Worthy 18th c. Dresses From the Kyoto Costume Institute | Historical Costuming and sewing of Rococo 18th century clothing, 16th century through 20th century, by designer Lauren Reeser

American Duchess:Historical Costuming: 8 Drool-Worthy 18th c. Dresses From the Kyoto Costume Institute | Historical Costuming and sewing of Rococo 18th century clothing, 16th century through 20th century, by designer Lauren Reeser

1780 Jacket-style bodices, worn with quilted and/or embroidered petticoats, became a popular alternative to the open robe. The upper class wore the caraco ensemble as casual day wear; the merchant class wore the caraco for special occasions as well as day wear.

1780 Jacket-style bodices, worn with quilted and/or embroidered petticoats, became a popular alternative to the open robe. The upper class wore the caraco ensemble as casual day wear; the merchant class wore the caraco for special occasions as well as day wear.

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