Robe à la Française 1770s The Kyoto Costume Institute

Robe à la Française Late (fabric France Ivory Lyons silk striped brocade with floral pattern of chenille; self-fabric trim; stomacher of matching fabric with flower ornaments of chenille;

Robe à la Française, circa 1755

Antique Measurements: That waist is how big?!

In Pretty Finery on FB France Robe à la Française with matching stomacher and petticoat Chinese export silk-brocaded satin, silk and silk chenille looped fringe Philadelphia Museum of Art

I like the embellishment at the bottom of the bodice

whattheywore: Robe à l’anglaise, 1785 Pale blue striped silk; Kyoto Costume Institute I am in love with this color.

1770s.

Robe à la Française Date: Culture: French Medium: silk, bast fiber. The striped textile here is indicative of the change in aesthetics around 1770 to a more neoclassical taste, less florid the the silks of the previous decades.

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Silk bobbin lace fragment French, third quarter century France Dimensions L x W: x cm x 5 in.) Medium or Technique Silk bobbin lace Classification Costumes Accession Number Not on view

Dress: ca. 1860-1863, American, silk.

Dress Date: Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: (a) Length at CB: 16 in. cm) (b) Length at CB: 46 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs.

Robe à la Polonaise 1775 The Victoria & Albert Museum

Robe à la Polonaise 1775 The Victoria & Albert Museum (OMG that dress!)

Robe à la Française1760-1770The Philadelphia Museum of Art

Robe à la Française1760-1770The Philadelphia Museum of Art (OMG that dress!)

Woman's Dress (Robe à la française) with Attached Stomacher and Matching Petticoat Made in France, Europe c. Artist/maker unknown, French Bright green and white striped silk plain weave exported from China;

Back view, robe à la Française and Petticoat, France or England, c. 1760-1765. Cream silk plain weave (faille) with silk and metallic-thread supplementary weft patterning, and metallic lace trim.

Woman's Robe à la Française and Petticoat France or England, circa Costumes; ensembles Silk plain weave (faille) with silk and metallic-thread supplementary weft patterning, and metallic lace trim

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