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Habit a la francaise ca. 1775

Habit a la francaise ca. 1775

Rococo Habit A La Francais

Rococo Habit A La Francais

1755-1760 British Mantua at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Although considered stylish daywear in the early 18th century, the mantua had become very old-fashioned by the 1750s and was worn only for court dress. Wide hoops were beginning to go out of style, but kept their extreme width at court. To make up for its conservative cut, court dress was always made from the most fashionable as well as expensive fabrics and trimmings."

1755-1760 British Mantua at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Although considered stylish daywear in the early 18th century, the mantua had become very old-fashioned by the 1750s and was worn only for court dress. Wide hoops were beginning to go out of style, but kept their extreme width at court. To make up for its conservative cut, court dress was always made from the most fashionable as well as expensive fabrics and trimmings."

Mantua ca. 1745, Colonial Williamsburg.. Some of these fabrics and patterns are things we would use today as tablecloths etc. We wouldn't dream of wearing them. I saw one dress that looked like the pinafore had been made out of a movers blanket!

Mantua ca. 1745, Colonial Williamsburg.. Some of these fabrics and patterns are things we would use today as tablecloths etc. We wouldn't dream of wearing them. I saw one dress that looked like the pinafore had been made out of a movers blanket!

Chemise a la Reine

Chemise a la Reine

Maria Luisa de Savoy, Princesse de Lamballe.    1788    Anton Hickel.  (Married at 16 to Louis Alexandre de Bourbon, Prince de Lamballe, the heir to the greatest fortune in France and the grandson of Louis XIV. She was a close friend of Marie Antoinette and was brutally murdered  in the massacres of September 1792 during the French Revolution.) http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2006/12/princesse-de-lamballe.html

Maria Luisa de Savoy, Princesse de Lamballe. 1788 Anton Hickel. (Married at 16 to Louis Alexandre de Bourbon, Prince de Lamballe, the heir to the greatest fortune in France and the grandson of Louis XIV. She was a close friend of Marie Antoinette and was brutally murdered in the massacres of September 1792 during the French Revolution.) http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2006/12/princesse-de-lamballe.html

Chemise a la Reine: Louise Augusta. 1780, Jens Juel.

Chemise a la Reine: Louise Augusta. 1780, Jens Juel.

"Chemise a la Reine"

"Chemise a la Reine"

projet: Robe Circasienne 18eme

projet: Robe Circasienne 18eme