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Le costume feminin de 1660 à 1715

Le costume feminin de 1660 à 1715

Jacob Ferdinand Voet (1639-1689) — Portrait of Maria Virginia Borghese Chigi (636×855)

Jacob Ferdinand Voet (1639-1689) — Portrait of Maria Virginia Borghese Chigi (636×855)

1660 Maes_Nicolaes_Countess_Monzi

1660 Maes_Nicolaes_Countess_Monzi

Diana de Vere, nee Cecil, Countess of Oxford, 1614 William Larkin. Diana Cecil's dress is an amazing tour de force of slashing in this portrait by William Larkin.  Married to Henry de Vere, 18th Earl of Oxford, she was the daughter of William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Exeter. Great granddaughter of Elizabeth's Lord Burghley, she became countess of Elgin by her second marriage.  She left no issue.

Diana de Vere, nee Cecil, Countess of Oxford, 1614 William Larkin. Diana Cecil's dress is an amazing tour de force of slashing in this portrait by William Larkin. Married to Henry de Vere, 18th Earl of Oxford, she was the daughter of William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Exeter. Great granddaughter of Elizabeth's Lord Burghley, she became countess of Elgin by her second marriage. She left no issue.

Dress under Louis XIII era, 1610-1660

Dress under Louis XIII era, 1610-1660

Comparison - 1660s England - silver tissue dress, Fashion Museum Bath - Note the shoulder is higher than some other Stuart Cavalier styles

Comparison - 1660s England - silver tissue dress, Fashion Museum Bath - Note the shoulder is higher than some other Stuart Cavalier styles

ca. 1664 Margaret Brooke, Lady Denham 1646-67 Sir Peter Lely (Sheffield Museums) from bbc.co.uk

ca. 1664 Margaret Brooke, Lady Denham 1646-67 Sir Peter Lely (Sheffield Museums) from bbc.co.uk

Ceremonial dress of Magdalena Sibylla of Prussia, Electress of... (Fripperies…

Ceremonial dress of Magdalena Sibylla of Prussia, Electress of... (Fripperies…

Early 17th Century Womans Wear by *Spookychild

Early 17th Century Womans Wear by *Spookychild