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Aqua striped gown 1775-1780

Aqua striped gown 1775-1780

1750s Silk Robe Francaise

1750s Silk Robe Francaise

Gown and matching shoes, 1760. Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum

Gown and matching shoes, 1760. Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum

Empress Elisabeth of Austria's Ballgown

Empress Elisabeth of Austria's Ballgown

Stomacher 1760s- Switzerland. The stomacher, a V-shaped triangular panel, wore on the front of a woman's open gown in the 18th century. To keep the bosom from standing out, the stomacher was extravagantly adorned with embroidery, laces, rows of ribbon bows called "échelle" (ladder) and sometimes with jewels. Since a stomacher needed to be pinned to the dress each time it was worn, this style was time-consuming. The Kyoto Costume Institute.

Stomacher 1760s- Switzerland. The stomacher, a V-shaped triangular panel, wore on the front of a woman's open gown in the 18th century. To keep the bosom from standing out, the stomacher was extravagantly adorned with embroidery, laces, rows of ribbon bows called "échelle" (ladder) and sometimes with jewels. Since a stomacher needed to be pinned to the dress each time it was worn, this style was time-consuming. The Kyoto Costume Institute.

Incredible detail in these shoes …

Incredible detail in these shoes …

Robe à la Française 1760s The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Robe à la Française 1760s The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Green silk dress with Train, ca. 1740

Green silk dress with Train, ca. 1740

Robe à la Française 1730-1750 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Robe à la Française 1730-1750 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

TRAJES DE EPOCA: Vestido "a la Francesa" S: XVIII (tallas 36 a la 4...

TRAJES DE EPOCA: Vestido "a la Francesa" S: XVIII (tallas 36 a la 4...