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Napoleon's burnous. Captured from Napoleon's carriage after Waterloo; presented to George IV by Marshal Blucher. 1820.

fripperiesandfobs: “ Burnous captured from Napoleon’s baggage train after the Battle of Waterloo, 1815 From the Royal Collection ”

Burnous

fripperiesandfobs: “ Burnous captured from Napoleon’s baggage train after the Battle of Waterloo, 1815 From the Royal Collection ”

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Burnous- A long hooded cloak woven of wool in one piece. Napoleon's Egyptian-style cloak or burnous, century, taken from his carriage after the Battle of Waterloo The Royal Collection © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

This image is of Marie-Pauline an imperial French princess. The sleeves of her dress are called cap sleeves. A cap sleeve is a very short sleeve on a dress that hangs over the edge of the shoulder without extending along the underside of the arm.

Napoleon Buonaparte, in a superb toilette a I'empire. Her hair is elaborately adorned with jewelled bandeaux, high stomacher dress

Walking Dress; made to be seen...It would be made in the most fashionable style, with beautiful trimmings, and worn while shopping or walking through the park. A walking dress could also be worn to pay calls on other families. Dresses with low scoop necklines were filled in with a chemisette or dickey of thin material or fichu, a thin scarf tucked into the neckline.

Regency gown from the Napoleon and the Empire of Fashion exhibit. If you are a lover of Regency/Empire fashion, you MUST obtain a copy of the exhibit catalogue!

Adventures of a Costumer: Patterns of Fashion Regency Dress . . . This is such a beautiful, simple dress. I have been taken captive by the fashions of the Regency. ;-)

Adventures of a Costumer: Patterns of Fashion Regency Dress . This is such a beautiful, simple dress. I have been taken captive by the fashions of the Regency.

omgthatdress:    Cloak ca. 1804-1808 via The Bath Fashion Museum

Full-length ladies black cloak worn over a dark patterned dress Material(s): silk Technique(s): woven Creation date: Bath Museum of Costume in Bath, UK

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