Polonaise c. 1775-1780, Museo del Traje Looking closer : this is not a true polonaise : there is a seam at the waist on the side.

Polonaise c. Museum of Costume example of Zone Front Rococo Atelier: Proper robe à la polonaise: Inspiration and some research

Side view: Polonaise, Spain, 1775-1785, Salmon silk & fabric decoration with applied green silk taffeta. 5 covered cylindrical buttons at the wrist. The seams are covered by a braided cord that ends at the waist loop and tassel trimmings. Known internationally as "the polonaise", in Spain was known as "Polish". Popular during the reign of Carlos III. Spanish identity of this polonaise is in the decorative elements, such as draping shoulder pads that cover the shoulder seams. (c) Museo del…

"Side view: Polonaise, Spain, Salmon silk & fabric decoration with applied green silk taffeta. 5 covered cylindrical buttons at the wrist. The seams are covered by a braided cord that ends at the waist loop and tassel trimmings.

Portrait du marquis Bergeret de Prouville avec sa femme Mme Desroches Bournay et leur fille, tenant une partition de musique, par Louise Elisabeth Vigée Lebrun ou Alexander Roslin (Portrait situé à Helsingborg, en Suède)

Portrait du marquis Bergeret de Prouville avec sa femme Mme Desroches Bournay et leur fille, tenant une partition de musique, par Louise Elisabeth Vigée Lebrun ou Alexander Roslin (Portrait situé à Helsingborg, en Suède)

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