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Robe à l’Anglaise  1784-1787  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Robe lAnglaise Date: 178487 Culture: French Medium: cotton, metal, silk Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 63 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 36 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Isabel Shults Fund and Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1991 Accession Number: b

Two-piece dress, 1870. Pale blue silk. Bodice has button-down front with tiny dark blue crocheted buttons. Longer in back & pleated at side hips. Pleated pocket on side. Bustle skirt with draping and shirring. Slit up front to show ruffles and pleating of alternating shades of blue. Bright red silk trim around jacket, pocket, collar, sleeve edges, & ruffles. Fabric rosettes. Blue silk fringe at bodice & bustle. Towson Univ. Dep't of Theater Arts  loooove the colors

Two-piece dress, Pale blue silk. Bodice has button-down front with tiny dark blue crocheted buttons. Dep't of Theater Arts

18th century robe a la Francaise in unusual dark tones fabric design.

Love the defined double box pleats falling directly from the trim at the top of the back. This sack-back - or robe à la francaise - is typical of gowns worn for formal or full dress occasions between the and

Robe a la Francaise  c.1760  Netherlands  Rijksmuseum

ornamentedbeing: “ This yellow silk dress, made around is embroidered with purple floral scrolls. It is a wide dress supported by a flattened framework known as a ‘panier’.

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