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Dress ("robe à la française") c. 1760 (fabric: c. 1750)- France

Robe à la Française 1760-70 French

Dress Robe a l'Anglaise (closed gown), French, 1784-87, Cotton, metal, silk

Dress (round gown) c. 1795- Italy

18th century dress, beautiful!

LACMA Robe a la Francaise, British, 1760-70. Chain-stitch silk embroidery on cotton twill, linen lining.

Evening/Reception gown by Charles Frederick Worth, 1890’s.

Robe à la polonaise, ca 1780 France, KCI Fashionable men and women of the late rococo era loved all things rustic. Their version of rustic, anyway. A popular form of portraiture in this era was the pastoral portrait, where the female sitter was dressed as a “shepherdess” who looked like she had never worked a day in her life. Likewise, the polonaise was an idealized imitation of “rustic” country dress. Working women would tuck their skirt up through their pockets to keep it out of the…

Steampunk / Victorian Fashion http://www.blyg.de/page/portraits

Robe à la Française: c. 1770, with elaborate fly fringe ornamentation and matching petticoat, it was worn over side hoop panniers for a fashionable silhouette. "This dress was worn by a member of the family of Henry Middleton, President of the Continental Congress."