Ervil ŽVAHALAV

Ervil ŽVAHALAV

Ervil ŽVAHALAV
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Blue silk taffeta w/ metallic gold brocade

Blue silk taffeta w/ metallic gold brocade

Dress (Robe à la Française), 1760-70, French, silk, cotton. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Dress (Robe à la Française), 1760-70, French, silk, cotton. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

basic overview of undergarments So Faithful a Heart: Things: 18th century women's undergarments

basic overview of undergarments So Faithful a Heart: Things: 18th century women's undergarments

Stays (corset) and panniers (hoops), English, 1770-1790. V Museum.

Stays (corset) and panniers (hoops), English, 1770-1790. V Museum.

stays,1740-1760 - silk, linen, bone, metal - Musée des arts décoratifs, Paris, France

stays,1740-1760 - silk, linen, bone, metal - Musée des arts décoratifs, Paris, France

Linen stays, 1750/1770 - MOMU (ModeMuseum Provincie Antwerpen)

Linen stays, 1750/1770 - MOMU (ModeMuseum Provincie Antwerpen)

1700's Corset

1700's Corset

1750-1755 - jacket and petticoat featured in What's up! trouvaillesdujour: The 18th century back in Fashion at Versailles

1750-1755 - jacket and petticoat featured in What's up! trouvaillesdujour: The 18th century back in Fashion at Versailles

fripperiesandfobs:  Robe à la française, 1760’s From the MFA...

fripperiesandfobs: Robe à la française, 1760’s From the MFA...

Robe à la Française, 1760-70, French, silk.    "Women with coquettish airs were imposing in robes à la française and robes à l'anglaise throughout the period between 1720 and 1780. The robe à la française was derived from the loose negligee sacque dress of the earlier part of the century, which was pleated from the shoulders at the front at the back..."

Robe à la Française, 1760-70, French, silk. "Women with coquettish airs were imposing in robes à la française and robes à l'anglaise throughout the period between 1720 and 1780. The robe à la française was derived from the loose negligee sacque dress of the earlier part of the century, which was pleated from the shoulders at the front at the back..."