18th Century Pet en l'Air Caraco Jacket c 1776 by americanduchess,

SABRINA open this one, We could use elastic rather than ribbons so you could slide into the gown without someone else trying your back bows. Century Pet en l'Air Caraco Jacket c

Ensemble  --  18th Century  --  Likely Austrian  --  The Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Historical European costume: Woman's Eighteenth Century silk blouse and skirt ensemble (front view) probably Austrian- The Metropolitan Museum Mobile


Keira Knightley Victory Dress costume in 'The Duchess', Late Century Georgian costumes by Michael O'Connor.

Marie Antoinette 18 siglo estancias corsé por CorsetsandCostumes

Marie Antoinette Century Stays Corset Gold and Black Brocade Custom Period Historical Underpinning for Reenactment LARP

Corset and pannier detail from the movie The Duchess. Costume and the Cinema Exhibition (January 2011 through April BOCA museum of Art See more exhibition images

Guia de Gossip Marie Antoinette para o Século 18: Moda

Robe à la Française Date: Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 59 in. cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, H.

Caraco ca. 1770-80  From the Musee Galliera

A camisole à la polonaise ensemble based on an extant jacket from the Musée Galliera and a 1780 fashion plate from Gallerie des Modes et Costumes Français. The Fabric & Trim White cotton lawn, windowpane cotton lawn for the trim

BACK: Robe, Polonaise Place of origin: England (made) Date: ca. 1775 (made) Materials and Techniques: Silk lined with linen

Polonaise Robe, England, Silk with boning and lined with linen. Robe and Polonaise of lustring striped in pale green, cream and two shades of purple.

'Pagoda sleeves,' mid-18th c. Rococo, the era of Marie Antoinette and mistress to the king, Jeanne Antoinette Poisson (aka Madame de Pompadour).

The Ladies of Rococo: Beyond Bows and Ruffles

England (made) France (woven) - Mantua - Silk, silver-gilt thread, linen thread, silk thread, hand-sewn

Robe a l’anglaise, 1760-70  From Colonial Williamsburg

Robe à l'anglaise, England, Pale blue-green silk damask in a design of asymmetrical semi-naturalistic flowers, buds and leaves with decorative scrolls. Bodice and sleeves lined with white tabby linen.