San's culotte refers to the counterrevolutionaries. San's culotte means without knee breeches. This image of a woman is very typical of the san's-culotte style with the striped patterns, sabots (wooden clog) and the tri-colored cockade on her hat.
Unlike the intricate embroideries and luscious silks of eighteenth–century men& formal costume, sporting ensembles of the period, specifically the man& equestrian uniform echoed the more somber ornamental vein of British dress
wide ribbon belt with a piece of vintage jewelry from client to a form fitting tailored top piece and add the tulle skirt! How family heirloom forever! Detail of bodice, zone gown, Kyoto Costume Institute.