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Frockcoat, late 18thC. France, wool. Navy blue, collar, cuffs and skirts embroidered with cream silk "point Beauvais" garlands of pearls and flowers, embroidered buttons. Coutau-Bégarie

Rococo Fashion from 18th century ball gown dress Robe a la Francaise circa from 1760-1780. Sack Back Closed Robe made from silk with plain weave flower floral pattern, fabric gather as flounce decorated with woven braid trim and tulle lace on the matching stomacher bodice, sleeve and also on the skirt and the petticoat.

c.1861 Silk Velvet Dress | French | The Met I think the date is closer to 1869, definitely post 1865.

Moment: Epochal: This is epochal because it was taken the the Victorian age and is Mid evil. This image has black and white and leading lines

French bonnet, about 1840(from Hearts of Strangers) Once they found a dress shop with readymade dresses, Theona set to working on Peaches. She had her try on everything from whites to slippers, walking boots, sunbonnets and pretty little hats with matching gloves.

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Robe à la Polonaise Date: ca. 1780 Culture: French Medium: silk Accession Number: 1976.146a, b

Silk bobbin lace fragment French, third quarter 18th century France DIMENSIONS L x W: 38.1 x 12.7 cm (15 x 5 in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE Silk bobbin lace CLASSIFICATION Costumes ACCESSION NUMBER 43.2548c

Dress With Day & Evening Bodice Charles Frederick Worth 1870s Philadelphia Museum of Art

Marie Antoinette would change three times in the course of the day: first of all there would be a formal silk or velvet gown to be worn to Mass, followed by a lighter, more informal muslin, lawn or cotton dress for the rest of the day and then finally a gorgeously elaborate evening dress to be worn to dinner, concerts or balls.