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Robe a la francaise

Rococo - Blue-gray robe a la francaise - Atelier Gandiva

rococo everyday dress of high class lady around 1760. Garment is made of silk, trimmed with silk decoration tape. It is every day dress of high class woman.

rococo everyday dress of high class lady around Garment is made of silk, trimmed with silk decoration tape. It is every day dress of high class woman.

1880, America - Woman's dress - Silk and apaca figured weave, silk lace, silk chiffon, cotton twill lining, whalebone, and button closures

Evening dress, 1880 United States, MFA Boston I know everyone knows this dress but I’m reposting it because it’s a favorite.

The entire rococo dress - the robe l'anglaise.

The entire rococo dress - the robe l'anglaise.

Close-Up (Back View) of Mantua Court Dress with Wide Hoops, English, c. 1755-1760

Mantua

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

Fripperies and Fobs: Archive

robe à la française, England, circa Silk satin with weft-float patterning and silk passementerie. (There is no way, w/o turning to the side that they got through the doorways of Regency!

rococo clothing | Neoclassical 1775-1795 and the Revolution 1790-1795 Fitted robes of ...

And I Do My Little Turn on the Catwalk

The Rococo style of art emerged in France in the early century. It is characterized by opulence, grace, playfulness, and lightness in contrast to the heavier themes and darker colors of the earlier Baroque period.

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