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1700's Women's Fashion.

1700's Women's Fashion.

Early 1700's Women's Fashion.

Early 1700's Women's Fashion.

Women's Clothes Part 3 by Goldenspring.deviantart.com on @deviantART - Part Three of Three

Women's Clothes Part 3 by Goldenspring.deviantart.com on @deviantART - Part Three of Three

18th century ladies enjoyed strolling, especially around public gardens.  In Paris, the gardens around the Tuileries Palace held great appeal.  For a coin or two, one might even purchase a chilled orange.  What a treat! Discover more tidbits about 18th Century France at http://leahmariebrownhistoricals.blogspot.com

18th century ladies enjoyed strolling, especially around public gardens. In Paris, the gardens around the Tuileries Palace held great appeal. For a coin or two, one might even purchase a chilled orange. What a treat! Discover more tidbits about 18th Century France at http://leahmariebrownhistoricals.blogspot.com

A Brief History of the XVIII century fashion. For the blog Bloshka

A Brief History of the XVIII century fashion. For the blog Bloshka

Woman's Stomacher | LACMA Collections

Woman's Stomacher | LACMA Collections

L'évolution de la mode au 18ème...

L'évolution de la mode au 18ème...

Fabulous 18th century inspired gowns – Christian Lacroix and Olliver Henry from the exhibition “Plein les Yeux”.

Lace inspiration from City of Lace and Plein les Yeux

Fabulous 18th century inspired gowns – Christian Lacroix and Olliver Henry from the exhibition “Plein les Yeux”.

Women's Clothes Part 1 by Goldenspring.deviantart.com on @deviantART - Part One of Three

Women's Clothes Part 1 by Goldenspring.deviantart.com on @deviantART - Part One of Three

At the Sign of the Golden Scissors: Just Gorgeous

At the Sign of the Golden Scissors: Just Gorgeous

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