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Back side of robe a l'anglaise. The Merry Dressmaker: The Newbie's Guide to Century Ladies' Ensembles

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This reminds me of a beautiful dress my lovely goddess friend Spoelstra made for the Art Instatute a few years ago. Her version is way sexier and punk :) Robe a l’anglaise, ca 1780 Germany, Landesmuseum Wurttemberg

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frenchhistory: ““Lyon, maison Barnier, d’après Roussel, “Brocart”. Soie, fils d’or - Inv. 49488 ” Silk weaving was officially established in Lyon under the initiative of François I.

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The Ladies Waldegrave wear transitional styles, Their hair is powdered and dressed high, but their white caracos, like shorter dresses à la polonaise, have long tight sleeves.

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Back side of robe a l'anglaise. The Merry Dressmaker: The Newbie's Guide to Century Ladies' Ensembles

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