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Robe à la française France An open gown is simple - it’s a gown that has a separate petticoat (in century parlance, a skirt) and is open in the front. What we traditionally associate with.

This was more of an update type of project than a new gown. I managed to find more of the same silk taffeta that I used for my  robe à la Fr...

This was more of an update type of project than a new gown. I managed to find more of the same silk taffeta that I used for my robe à la Fr.

Rear view, jacket, skirt and bodice, Sweden, White silk embroidered with floral motifs in purple silk an dsilver thread. Beloged to "Aunt Ulla" Ulrica Christina Cronstedt

Chemise a l'Anglaise,and illustration from October 1795

chemise a l'Angloise (English chemise) - October 1795 Journal des Luxus und der Moden (I could do this look so easily)

Linen petenlair or open bodice (back view) with compere fronts and sack back, Scottish, 1780–81  © CSG CIC

Backside Linen petenlair or open bodice (back view) with compere fronts and sack back, Scottish, © CSG CIC

1750  Robe à la Française

Three views of this lovely gown that Diana might have worn for a special occasion: Dress (Robe à la Française), French, silk. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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Cake Inspired Corsets by Maya Hansen - I'm really shy about riots of color but this is really fun and close to the steampunk esthetic or at least how I envision it.

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Tasha Tudor-A simple, yet extraordinary life remembered

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