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extant chemise dress c. 1783 - 1790

Regency wrap stays, c. 1800-1810. I think this is the style Genni wanted me to make her...

English variation on a Chemise de la Reine on Lady Elizabeth Foster, ca. 1784. A perfect country dress.

Beautifully proportioned Chemise de la Reine, worn ca. 1783-90.

A good example of period stays, and good overall clothing overview.

Kyoto Museum. Regency wrap round corset

Long Stays, c. 1820 Note how the busk seperates the breasts. kalenhughes.com

Lawn drawers, c. 1820 These are crotchless (open) and buttoned at the knee. kalenhughes.com

Front lacing stays from the 1790s. The stays changed with the gown styles.

More undergarments with a striped pannier.

Another example of stays, 1760s.

Chemise a la Reine, c. 1783-1790

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Rare front-lacing stays, c. 1790s. Note the boning, how short they are, and how the shoulders tie at the back


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