18th century: Strap closures

18th century gowns that close with straps (and buckles).
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1787-1789 Henrietta, Countess of Warwick, and Her Children by George Romney (Frick collection) From 18thcenturyblog.com:2012:03:george-romne...

1787-1789 Henrietta, Countess of Warwick, and Her Children by George Romney (Frick collection) From 18thcenturyblog.com:2012:03:george-romne...

Dress Bodice Made in England or United States, late 18th century Cotton. This striped calico dress bodice is one of the few pieces of Martha Washington’s clothing to survive largely intact. Eliza Parke Custis Law,...

Dress Bodice Made in England or United States, late 18th century Cotton. This striped calico dress bodice is one of the few pieces of Martha Washington’s clothing to survive largely intact. Eliza Parke Custis Law,...

Portrait of a Lady 18th century...

Portrait of a Lady 18th century...

Portrait of a Woman, Jean-Baptiste Isabey, ca.1795

Portrait of a Woman, Jean-Baptiste Isabey, ca.1795

Caraco and petticoat, probably France, 1775-1790. Block-printed cotton with a pattern of meandering floral branches and floral sprays.

Caraco and petticoat, probably France, 1775-1790. Block-printed cotton with a pattern of meandering floral branches and floral sprays.

Adelaide Labille-Guiard  Marie-Josephe-Felicite de La Rochefoucauld, Vicomtesse de Gand, 1787

Adelaide Labille-Guiard Marie-Josephe-Felicite de La Rochefoucauld, Vicomtesse de Gand, 1787

Bodice of a robe à l'anglaise, c. 1785. Blue silk damask with a design of silver exotic flowers, green and pastel striped silk taffeta lining.

Bodice of a robe à l'anglaise, c. 1785. Blue silk damask with a design of silver exotic flowers, green and pastel striped silk taffeta lining.

Bodice of a dress owned by Marie-Antoinette and sent to a member of her court living in England after her death, third quarter 18th century, fashion and textile museum in Norwich, England.

Bodice of a dress owned by Marie-Antoinette and sent to a member of her court living in England after her death, third quarter 18th century, fashion and textile museum in Norwich, England.

Madame Elisabeth's caraco (youngest sister of Louis XVI), c.1780-90. Sourced via Madame Guillotine's blog. See also book to accompany exhibition at Versailles: Juliette Trey, 'Madame Elisabeth: Une princesse au destin tragique 1764-1794', 2013.

Madame Elisabeth's caraco (youngest sister of Louis XVI), c.1780-90. Sourced via Madame Guillotine's blog. See also book to accompany exhibition at Versailles: Juliette Trey, 'Madame Elisabeth: Une princesse au destin tragique 1764-1794', 2013.

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