Late 1500s to late 1600s

Late to late of the renaissance dress transformation. The slashings were slightly different and as well as the stomach area were most embroidery was placed.

Historical 18th Century Marie Antoinette Inspired Rococo Dress Prom Vintage Wedding Gowns

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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.

: “ The stomacher, a V-shaped triangular panel, wore on the front of a woman’s open gown in the century. To keep the bosom from standing out, the stomacher was extravagantly adorned with.

Elisabeth wore this gown at her farewell to Bavaria, April 20, 1854. Elisabetta indossò questo vestito quando se ne andò dalla Baviera,dopo il fidanzamento con Francesco Giuseppe, 20 Aprile 1854

teatimeatwinterpalace: ✧ Empress Elisabeth wore this gown at her farewell to Bavaria, April

Debutant Ball Gown ~ Laredo, TX 2012

period Ball Gowns designed by Linda Leyendecker Gutierrez and Niti Volpe for the Society of Martha Washington Colonial Pageant and Ball in Laredo, Texas.

Louis XV, 1745. An Historical Figures model. Superb!

About Louis XV 1745 aka. Louis XV of France, “Beloved to him” from Historical Figures of France. Portrait by artist-historian George Stuart.

Google translation of French text: 1550 Years In France Originally, the collar has a tangle free of gathered pleats. Over time, the folds become more important in volume and it is this development once starched unborn fluted cutter. The edges of the folds are sometimes embroidered. The English fashion in Europe is characterized by its embroidered collars (second line portrait below), a feature which can still be seen on the English portraits 1570s.

the ruff collar starts to develop from the shirt collar gathered at the neck forming pleats. It grew in volume & embellishments (such as lace at the fringe & embroidery). Styles varied slightly between France, the Netherlands and England.

Aqua robe à la française from the mid-18th century!  How beautiful is this? The color is just superb! I would've loved to have seen how the original wearer wore this dress and seen it in its full glory. I hope this garment is being lovingly taken care of somewhere!  Daguerre Auctions

Century Robe a la Francaise Open gown of Chinese cerulean blue silk woven with a large-scale white and platinum floral, having elbow length sleeve with lobed triple cuff gathered into a ruched.

Women's hair fashions, early 1600's

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