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The underside of a hooped linen petticoat c1760, Westminster Abbey

c1765-75 | Manchester Galleries | Accession: 1953.71/3 | Made from cane hoops, covered in linen, sewn into linen petticoat. Open down back with a drawstring at the waist. Top hoop shaped to slight V at centre front. Four strips of padding over each hip above first hoop. Linen tape ties at back level with top and middle hoops. Back and side fronts of middle and bottom hoops connected with linen tape braces inside. | Dimensions: Length (height) 66 cm, circumference (bottom hoops) (width) 184.2

1785 pierrot jacket, silk quilted petticoat in olive green.

quilted petticoat Jacoba De Jonge col.

Stays 18Th, Stays American, Met Museum, Linen Stays, Deaccessioned 18Th, Extravagant 18Th Century, Museum Deaccessioned

Panniers, or hoops, widely worn in the eighteenth century, first came into fashion around 1710, giving a dome-shaped structure to the skirt. The fan-shaped hoops gradually became flatter and more horizontal in emphasis, resulting in oblong hoops. This style grew to its largest proportions during the 1740s and 1750s, with incredibly cumbersome dresses being worn to formal occasions

MET Museum Deaccessioned 18th Century Linen Stays American from 1775-1799 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories, Vintage, Women's Vintage Clothing, Pre-1901 (Victorian & Older) | eBay

early 1900s Petticoat, Metropolitan museum of art

Ensemble: Outing Coat, House of Worth 1894, French, Made of silk, linen, and fur

Laughing Moon #112 Victorian Hoops & Bustles Pattern – Old Petticoat Shop

Edwardian linen coat / 1910s duster coat

1860s - Red hoop petticoat


French petticoat 1910-15

This is a dress dated 1810-1814, Met. This dress is a good example of only the bodice having a lining, which you would not need to have a bodiced petticoat for. You could wear one very similar to the beautiful extant one posted on this board.

Robe à la Française, detail - 1760-70, French - the MET [Nice view showing the plain fabric of the top/back of the petticoat, hidden under the gown, as well as the drawstrings for arranging over side hoops and the hook and ring that closes the waistband.]

Ensemble Date: 19th century Culture: Russian Medium: (a) linen (b, d) cotton (c, f, g, h, i) wool

Dress 1815-20, cotton, British. Met museum

Suit Date: 1760–80 Culture: French

Printed Silk Petticoat, French, 1896-1898.

Linen corset 1790–1810 - in the Metropolitan Museum of Art costume collections.