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rococo polonaise - Google Search

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Robe à la Français (1760–70), made of silk and cotton.  The silhouette, composed of a funnel-shaped bust feeding into wide rectangular skirts and allowed for expansive amounts of textiles with delicate Rococo curvilinear decoration.  The robes à la française are renowned for the beauty of their textiles, the cut of the back employing box pleats and skirt decorations, known as robings, which showed endless imagination and variety.

Robe à la Français (1760–70), made of silk and cotton. The silhouette, composed of a funnel-shaped bust feeding into wide rectangular skirts and allowed for expansive amounts of textiles with delicate Rococo curvilinear decoration. The robes à la française are renowned for the beauty of their textiles, the cut of the back employing box pleats and skirt decorations, known as robings, which showed endless imagination and variety.

robe a la polonaise | Tumblr

robe a la polonaise | Tumblr

Robe à la Française    1770    The Metropolitan Museum of Art  The trim is like ribbon candy.

Robe à la Française 1770 The Metropolitan Museum of Art The trim is like ribbon candy.

Mantua, England, Great Britain (made), France (woven), 1755-1760 (made), 1753-1755 (woven), Silk, silver-gilt thread, linen thread, silk thread, hand-sewn

Mantua, England, Great Britain (made), France (woven), 1755-1760 (made), 1753-1755 (woven), Silk, silver-gilt thread, linen thread, silk thread, hand-sewn

Rokoko

Rokoko

Caraco Jacket and embroidered Petticoat/Skirt, Kyoto Costume Institute    A Caraco is a woman’s jacket which is very similar in form to either the Robe à l'Anglaise or the Robe à la Française, but is no longer than mid-thighs. Originally reserved to the working class, it was adopted by the upper class by the late 1760’s.

Caraco Jacket and embroidered Petticoat/Skirt, Kyoto Costume Institute A Caraco is a woman’s jacket which is very similar in form to either the Robe à l'Anglaise or the Robe à la Française, but is no longer than mid-thighs. Originally reserved to the working class, it was adopted by the upper class by the late 1760’s.

18th century dress, beautiful!

18th century dress, beautiful!

Robe à l’anglaise ca. 1760From the Mint Museum

Robe à l’anglaise ca. 1760From the Mint Museum

noisy-pics: Victorian Guard by Aldo Vicente

noisy-pics: Victorian Guard by Aldo Vicente

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