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Two Nerdy History Girls: A Beautiful (and Romantic) c. Man's Shirt from "The Diligent Needle" Exhibition

Dress Bodice Made in England or United States, late 18th century Cotton. This striped calico dress bodice is one of the few pieces of Martha Washington’s clothing to survive largely intact. Eliza Parke Custis Law,...

Dress Bodice Made in England or United States, late century Cotton. This striped calico dress bodice is one of the few pieces of Martha Washington’s clothing to survive largely intact. Nat note: could wear bodiced petti with.

Courtesy of Hayes Presidential Center  This salmon-colored faille gown was designed for Martha Washington.

Ohio exhibit showcases gowns worn by presidents' wives

Courtesy of Hayes Presidential Center: salmon-colored faille gown designed for Martha Washington.

X RARE ANTIQUE 1810 REGENCY EMPIRE RED CHECK COTTON GOWN DAY DRESS FAB CONDITION | eBay

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F  English woman’s day clothing from the French and Indian Wars period, including shift, petticoat, bedgown, and modesty cloth

French and Indian Wars

English woman’s day clothing from the French and Indian Wars period, including shift, petticoat, bedgown, and modesty cloth

example of a banyan or nightgown for a woman. In the 1650s, the introduction of the Japanese kimono to Western society by the Dutch East India Company started a fashion for these simple loose garments. While it was difficult to import traditional kimonos from Japan, English tailors were soon making them up in the most fashionable silks. It would have been worn over stays and petticoats in the privacy of home.

Banyan or Morning Gown (woven) (made) by Anna Maria Garthwaite born 1690 - died 1763 (possibly, designer) Great Britain

Child's dress | United Kingdom | 1760-1770 | silk, cotton | Manchester Art Gallery | Accession #: 1980.197

Child's dress, Light blue figured silk with woven design of latticed ribbons, the ribbons having a spot pattern. Back-fastening, trained skirt and leading strings.

Killerton Fashion Collection © National Trust.  Girl's dress.  ca. 1750-70. Gilt, lace, linen, paper, silk brocade

Girl's dress (aged 6 years), Mustard yellow silk brocade with striped gilt weft, applied stomacher of lace (blonde) and paper rosebuds.

Quilted linen shortgown, ca 1750.  KM 2463 :: kofta  Vit, matelasserad i blommor, blad och långa slingrande stjälkar. Halvlång ärm, vilken går i ett stycke med rygg och framstycke, s.k. kimono-modell. Brunfläckig (nov. 1994).

White linen with rough linen lining- translated as a "cardigan" Quilted matelasse of flowers, leaves and long winding stems. Half long sleeve , which is integral with the back and front,

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Martha Washington’s Silk Gown, Martha Washington wore this silk taffeta gown in the early The silk is painted with a design of flowers, butterflies, and other insects. The collar and cuffs are reproductions.

Detail of covered button and string used to gather the skirt back into a polonaise. Gown, 1775-1785, England, silk brocade- Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery

open robe, closed bodice, sack back polonaise - Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery

Martha Washington's gown, 1780s    Made of salmon pink faille, Mrs. Washington's dress features a handpainted pattern of flowers and insects. It was first displayed in the original First Ladies Hall, which opened in the Arts and Industries Building in 1914. On loan for many years, the dress became part of the permanent collections in 1929.

Martha Washington wore this silk taffeta gown in the early The silk is painted with a design of flowers, butterflies, and other insects. On display at the "First Ladies at the Smithsonian" Gallery.

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