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How they did it:  Paniers and corset over chemise 1760's

Hoop petticoat or pannier, English, Plain-woven linen and cane. Los Angeles County Museum of Art,

Woman's Corset England, circa 1780 Costumes; underwear (upper body) Linen twill and baleen Center back length: 14 7/8 in. (37.7825 cm)

Stays and panier (hoop petticoat), England, stays: c. panier: Stays: brown linen twill and baleen; panier: linen plain weave and cane.

Marie Antoinette. Costume design by Milena Canonero.

Wedding dress by Milena Canonero, worn by Kirsten Dunst in Marie Antoinette.

Corset, Petticoat, & Sleeve Supports c.1830, 1830s &...

Corset ca. 1830 Corded petticoat, corset and sleeve supports

Robe a la Francaise 1740

Fripperies and Fobs From the Stibbert Museum. Robe a la Francaise 1745

10-12-11  This is an example of the most formal ensemble for a woman in the late 1770s, except for court dress. It is a sack-back gown, worn over square hoops and very elaborately decorated. Feathers, lace, raffia tassels and lengths of satin embellish an already embroidered satin. The pale colours, small floral motifs and light application of the decorations show that the influence of the Rococo style was beginning to wane.

Fiona leaving for the Royal Ball wearing her finery.

Oh the color! The luxurious brocade! Salmon/shrimp brocade sack back open robe, back view, 1765-1775. @Augusta Hamilton Auctions

- Open robe - Shrimp silk, narrow pale ivory stripes brocaded w/ scattered floral baskets & sprigs

Woman’s overdress or robe à la française with petticoat  Spitalfield Brocaded silk trimmed with lace, gauze and silk flowers circa 1780-1785

mantuamaker: vintagevision: Woman’s overdress or robe à la française with petticoat Spitalfield Brocaded silk trimmed with lace, gauze and silk flowers circa Georgian; George III Area of Origin: England

basic overview of undergarments So Faithful a Heart: Things: 18th century women's undergarments

Corset, chemise, and pocket hoops

Robe à la Polonaise | Date: 1780–85 | Culture: American

From the Met Museum: Dress (robe à la polonaise), ca. 1780 French White silk de chine with hand–painted multicolored floral sprays. Dress (robe à la polonaise), American Yellow silk de chine with hand–painted multicolored floral sprays.

American Duchess:Historical Costuming: 8 Drool-Worthy 18th c. Dresses From the Kyoto Costume Institute | Historical Costuming and sewing of Rococo 18th century clothing, 16th century through 20th century, by designer Lauren Reeser

American Duchess:Historical Costuming: 8 Drool-Worthy 18th c. Dresses From the Kyoto Costume Institute | Historical Costuming and sewing of Rococo 18th century clothing, 16th century through 20th century, by designer Lauren Reeser

Caraco_et_jupe_EPV_J_M_Manai_C_Milet. 1750s

From "The Century Back in Fashion" exhibit, Palace of Versailles. Camisole and skirt Circa Striped gros de Tours silk trimmed with ribbon. Caraco gown from late Rococo.

Robe de cour de Ekatérina Pavlovna, att. atelier de Rose Bertin, fin des années 1780, Pavlovsk

Robe de cour de Ekatérina Pavlovna, att. atelier de Rose Bertin, fin des années 1780, Pavlovsk

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and her younger sister Princess Madeleine dressed up in century style gowns at their cousins birthday party.

c1765-75 | Manchester Galleries | Accession: 1953.71/3 | Made from cane hoops, covered in linen, sewn into linen petticoat. Open down back with a drawstring at the waist. Top hoop shaped to slight V at centre front. Four strips of padding over each hip above first hoop. Linen tape ties at back level with top and middle hoops. Back and side fronts of middle and bottom hoops connected with linen tape braces inside. | Dimensions: Length (height) 66 cm, circumference (bottom hoops) (width) 184.2

Linen and Cane Hoop, Manchester Art Gallery.

Apron  1750-1785  The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Woman's Dress Apron, England, cotton plain weave with silk and metallic-thread embroidery

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