Rococo Fashion

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Fashion from 18th Century (1700 1800) Georgian, Baroque, Rococo, Revolution, Marie Antoinette Parisian mode look splendid robe polonaise, l’anglaise dress ball gown, costume, pannier, corset, petticoat, shoe, bag, fan, jewelry made in fabric silk, brocade, damask, taffeta, cotton, linen in flower floral pattern, stripe, color print, embroidered embroidery, sequin bead paillette, flounce, lace, garland fringe, chenille, pleated trim, ribbon, gold silver thread, embellishment and millinery flower.

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Fashion from 18th century ball gown dress Robe a l  Anglaise circa from British, England in 1725-1750. #Historical #Costume made from linen and silk fabric  with colorful embroidered flowers floral embroidery.  The robe dress is open at the front stomacher and away from the waist towards the sides of the skirt. #Baroque #Rococo #Vintage #Fashion

Robe à l'Anglaise | British | The Met

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Bloom: Fashion's Spring Gardens," March 30, 1995–August 20, 1995.The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "The Eighteenth-Century Woman," January 1, 1981–January 2, 1982

Fashion from 18th century ball gown dress Robe a l  Anglaise circa from British, England in 1725-1750. #Historical #Costume made from linen and silk fabric  with colorful embroidered flowers floral embroidery.  The robe dress is open at the front stomacher and away from the waist towards the sides of the skirt. #Baroque #Rococo #Vintage #Fashion

Robe à l'Anglaise | British | The Met

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Bloom: Fashion's Spring Gardens," March 30, 1995–August 20, 1995.The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "The Eighteenth-Century Woman," January 1, 1981–January 2, 1982

Fashion from 18th century ball gown dress Robe a la Francaise circa from British, England in 1750-1775. #Historical #Costume made from cream silk fabric brocade with woven flowers floral pattern. Square neck at the front bodice with matching stomacher, long ruffles frills sleeves. The skirt is open at the front, and away from the waist towards the sides of the skirt with a petticoat underneath. Self fabric ruffles lace is used on the robes. #Baroque #Rococo #Vintage #Fashion

Dress | British | The Met

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Fashion from 18th century ball gown dress Robe a la Francaise circa from French in 1754-1793. #Historical #Costume made from woven silk fabric brocade with metallic gold thread in flowers floral design, lace and garland trim at the neckline, front bodice with ruffles frills falling sleeves. The skirt is open at the front, and away from the waist towards the sides, with train at the back. #Vintage #Rococo #Fashion

Art Object | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Fashion from 18th century ball gown dress Robe a l Anglaise circa from England or France from 1750-1770. #Historical #Costume made from brocaded silk satin with flower floral pattern, metallic thread, lace tulle and trim decorated on the stomacher bodice, ruffles on the sleeves and also on the skirt and the petticoat. #Vintage #Baroque #Fashion

Woman's Dress (Robe a l'anglaise, Petticoat, and Stomacher)

Woman's Dress (Robe a l'anglaise, Petticoat, and Stomacher), Unknown, England or France, 1750-1770, Costumes, Silk satin with silk supplementary-weft patterning, silk passementerie, and silk ribbon trim.

Fashion from 18th century ball gown dress Robe a la Francaise circa from French in 1754-1793. #Historical #Costume made from woven silk fabric brocade with metallic gold thread in flowers floral design, lace and garland trim at the neckline, front bodice with ruffles frills falling sleeves. The skirt is open at the front, and away from the waist towards the sides, with train at the back. #Vintage #Rococo #Fashion

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Ball gown dress Robe a la Francaise 18th century fashion circa from British, England in 1760-1770. #Historical #Costume made from woven silk brocade with chenille flower floral embroidered, lace tulle, garland trim, millinery flower and ruffle frills. Flounce sleeves with matching stomacher. Skirt open at the front and away from the waist towards the sides with stunning embelishment trimming sew into the shape of more #flower #garland and #leaves on the robe . #Baroque #Rococo #Vintage…

Robe à la Française | British | The Met

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Fashion from 18th century ball gown dress Robe a la Francaise circa from French in 1754-1793. #Historical #Costume made from woven silk fabric brocade with metallic gold thread in flowers floral design, lace and garland trim at the neckline, front bodice with ruffles frills falling sleeves. The skirt is open at the front, and away from the waist towards the sides, with train at the back. #Vintage #Rococo #Fashion

Art Object | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Fashion from 18th century ball gown dress Robe a la Francaise circa from England in 1755-1765. #Historical #Costume made from cream silk fabric  brocade with silver thread in design of bows, ribbons and flowers, Square neck at front bodice with matching stomacher with pleat, sleeves have ruffles  frills falling. The skirt is open at the front, and away from the waist towards the sides of the skirt with a cream petticoat. Metallic bobbin lace is used on the robes. #Vintage #Rococo #Fashion

Open robe of silk brocade

The robe à la française or sack-back open robe was the most popular and lasting dress style for the fashionable women in the 18th century. So named for its association with the French court at Versailles and for the loose double box pleat of drapery that falls down the back from the shoulders. The g...