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This is the pattern of Queen Louisa Ulrica 's robe de cour. The bodice construction is essentially that of a 17th century gown. With very few exceptions - eg dancers' & children's  dresses- 18th century dresses were of the 'open robe' type ,being put on like coats & then laced over or pinned to the underlying stays. The robe de cour laced up the back.

This is the pattern of Queen Louisa Ulrica 's robe de cour. The bodice construction is essentially that of a 17th century gown. With very few exceptions - eg dancers' & children's dresses- 18th century dresses were of the 'open robe' type ,being put on like coats & then laced over or pinned to the underlying stays. The robe de cour laced up the back.

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