Fashion in the Time of Jane Austen (Shire Library) by Sarah-Jane Downing
English and French fashions, 1815. The morning dress has back gathers and long sleeves, and like the walking costume, has trim at the hemline and new detail at the upper sleeve.
Dress and Spencer (jacket), ca. 1817
Gown, ca. 1795; MFA 46.42
Robe à l'Anglaise, England, c. 1785. Printed white cotton with a design of floral sprays in pink, blue and green alternating with smaller floral sprays, lined with linen.
Robe à l'anglaise: ca. 1780, English, silk needlework on cotton, bodice and sleeves lined with linen, reproduction petticoat. "Mannequin accessorized with 1991-523 [whitework apron] and 1982-162 (fichu?)." [Search for Acc. No. 1991-467]
Turquoise silk taffeta brocade caracao (jacket), probably English, 1780's. That Fabric made into a gown would be amazing!
Overdress of a woman’s robe à l’anglaise of Indian export chintz Painted and resist-dyed cotton tabby Centimetres: 118.5 (width) circa 1780, England, ROM
Mens banyan, ca 1760 England (ca 1742-43 silk), Cora Ginsburg A banyan was a comfortable, warm, semi-fitted coat worn by fashionable men at home. They were inspired by coats worn in India which must have caught the interest of European traders.
Caraco and petticoat, 1770’s From the Musée Galliera - Fripperies and Fobs