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Redingote Date: 1818–20 Culture: French Medium: silk Redingotes were worn from 1818 onwards initially indoors in cold weather, worn open to reveal the dress beneath. Its name derives from the 18th century version of a riding coat.

Dress (Redingote) Date: 181820 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 59 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Friends of The Costume Institute Gifts, 2010 Accession Number: This artwork is not on display

I just want to put it on, walk around a little bit and have my picture taken....pleasssssse.

Crinoline Evening Dress, ca. Evening dresses during the Crinoline period typically had much lower necklines and shorter sleeves than dresses worn in the day. Skirts were very voluminous. The fringe on the sleeves of this gown was very popular at the time

1860 | The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of A… | Flickr

Dress (Ball Gown) Emile Pingat (French, active Date: ca. 1860 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mary Pierrepont Beckwith, 1969 Accession Number:

My God, the PEARLS!!!! Truly a royal frock.      Evening dress worn by Empress Josephine ca. 1815      From the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Evening dress (front view) Date: ca. 1815 Culture: probably French Medium: Silk, glass, synthetic Accession Number: b Additional Information: Dress worn by Empress Josephine (France)

1818-20 Redingote | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Redingote Redingote Date: Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 59 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Friends of The Costume Institute Gifts, 2010 Accession Number: Met Museum

Silk pelisse or coat with a delicate leaf motif, 1825.

Romantic Era Silk pelisse or coat with a delicate leaf motif, worn at a wedding in Glasgow museums.

Dress: ca. 1800-1810, silk, linen. OPEN FASHION ID 32032

OPEN FASHION ID There's a name for this type of fabric and what it's doing in the light!

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