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Printed cotton overdress with stomacher, late 1790s, English (Fashion Museum, Bath and North East Somerset Council)

Long cream dress with open front skirt panel showing white underskirt cotton (Bath Fashion Museum - Bath, Somerset UK)

"Round" gown of pre-revolutionary colonial New England circa 1760 -1780

copperplate printed linen in a floral pattern. Shown with fichu and engageantes. Worn by Deborah Sampson (Gannett), possibly as her wedding dress. (Dress with blue floral pattern on cream ground.

I don't describe a dress like this in The Pursuit of Tamsen Littlejohn, but Tamsen certainly might have worn a gown like this, and she would have had her hair styled like this. I keep looking at this manikin expecting it to come to life, it's so very Tamsen-like.

fripperiesandfobs: “ Robe a l’anglaise ca. 1780 From National Museums Scotland ”

Florine. Printed Indienne open dress with linen skirt, England,1795. This dress had been altered from a Robe a l'Anglaise circa 1785). Private collection Barreto-Lancaster

Florine ~ Printed Indienne open dress with linen skirt ~ England ~ 1795 ~ This dress had been altered from a Robe a l'Anglaise circa 1785 ~ Private collection Barreto-Lancaster

Florine, detail. Fichu echarpe, France, 1790's, linen batiste, silk embroidery. Private collection, Barreto-Lancaster.

Florine, detail. Fichu echarpe, France, 1790's, linen batiste, silk embroidery. Private collection, Barreto-Lancaster.

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