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Spanish Clothing from 1590-1610 belongs to the collection of @ Museo Reggio Emilia, Galleria Parmeggiani Collection

FCBTC / Spanish Clothing from belongs to the collection of @ Museo Reggio Emilia, Galleria Parmeggiani Collection

Robe a la Polonaise ("Polish dress") with chintz fabric. Outer skirts would be…

Embroidery on linen was a popular pastime for both men and women in the upper classes and the patterns were often chosen to resemble silk fabric. Dress à la polonaise, outer fabric embroidered linen, lining linen, KM Photo Pernilla Rasmussen

c. 1888  A light royal blue silk faille gown trimmed in matching cut velvet at the yoke, back neck bow, and skirt.  Unique silk ribbon trim looped and cascading down the bodice and skirt side.

1888 Royal Blue Silk Faille Reception Gown Trimmed in Cut Velvet and Original Silk Blue and Lavender Ribbons. A gorgeous light royal blue silk faille gown trimmed in matching cut (faconne) velvet at the yoke, back neck bow, and skirt.

Oliva  The Prestige  Jacket of satin striped voile. Striped silk twill skirt with pleated gauze with ribbon trim and applied embroidery. Lapels, cuffs, bodice facing, and front skirt panels are silk overlaid with lace and applied floral embroidery. The Costumer's Guide to Movie Costumes:

Oliva The Prestige Jacket of satin striped voile. Striped silk twill skirt with pleated gauze with ribbon trim and applied embroidery. Lapels, cuffs, bodice facing, and front skirt panels are silk overlaid with lace and applied floral embroidery.

Lizzie dress of two complimentary wools one striped the other plaid.  I think they work well together...

Lizzie dress of two complimentary wools one striped the other plaid. I think they work well together.

Cotton summer dress, 1830s. The refreshing simple stripe pattern is a rare alternative to standard floral prints. The slightly high waisted bodice is transitional from the 1820s Empire style to the 1850s natural waist position.

Cotton summer dress, The refreshing simple stripe pattern is a rare alternative to standard floral prints. The slightly high waisted bodice is transitional from the Empire style to the natural waist position.

Dress (image 1) | British | 1725 | silk | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: C.I.64.14

Dress Date: ca. 1725 Culture: British Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 55 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1964 Accession Number:

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