19th century: Regency day dresses

Day dresses from 1795-1820.
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Gown (Round Gown?): ca. 1790-1810, English, cotton block-printed to shape, ties under bodice,  loop and string ties on train to fasten it up, bodice lined with cotton, sleeve extensions are separable. Not shown: B  C. Two matching thumbless mitts or removable long tight sleeves, wrist length, unlined. [Search for Acc. No. 1991-449,A-C]

Gown (Round Gown?): ca. 1790-1810, English, cotton block-printed to shape, ties under bodice, loop and string ties on train to fasten it up, bodice lined with cotton, sleeve extensions are separable. Not shown: B C. Two matching thumbless mitts or removable long tight sleeves, wrist length, unlined. [Search for Acc. No. 1991-449,A-C]

Victoria  Albert Museum, item T.355-1980; 1795-99, block printed cotton.    The dress is styled with a high-waisted , fitted bodice, which fastens centrally. The neck, which is trimmed with a 1" frill of matching material, is rounded a the back and V-shaped at the front. The bodice is lined with white cotton which extends 1/3 of the way down the full length tapered sleeves.

Victoria Albert Museum, item T.355-1980; 1795-99, block printed cotton. The dress is styled with a high-waisted , fitted bodice, which fastens centrally. The neck, which is trimmed with a 1" frill of matching material, is rounded a the back and V-shaped at the front. The bodice is lined with white cotton which extends 1/3 of the way down the full length tapered sleeves.

Dress 1805 - 1810 (1947.1733) Manchester Galleries (Platt Hall)

Dress 1805 - 1810 (1947.1733) Manchester Galleries (Platt Hall)

Dress (Round gown), 1802, Natonal Gallery of Victoria.

Dress (Round gown), 1802, Natonal Gallery of Victoria.

Green plain weave cotton dress with printed floral patterns. The green is created by a two process indigo base then overdyed with a yellow to create green which has taken unevenly. Pattern block and resist [?] printed. Round low neck with ruching and gathering created by three drawstrings, leaving a frilled edge. High waistline falling smooth in front, pleated at sides, cartridge pleated behind into fullness and a train. Elbow length straight sleeves. Separate decorative Dress | Museum of…

Green plain weave cotton dress with printed floral patterns. The green is created by a two process indigo base then overdyed with a yellow to create green which has taken unevenly. Pattern block and resist [?] printed. Round low neck with ruching and gathering created by three drawstrings, leaving a frilled edge. High waistline falling smooth in front, pleated at sides, cartridge pleated behind into fullness and a train. Elbow length straight sleeves. Separate decorative Dress | Museum of…

Printed Cotton Gown, Bodice Detail, 1800-05.   Empire line, scooped neckline, gathered bodice, long straight sleeves.  Cream with scrolling polychrome floral, high waist with belt loops, flared skirt pieced side gores, muslin bodice lining with front closure.

Printed Cotton Gown, Bodice Detail, 1800-05. Empire line, scooped neckline, gathered bodice, long straight sleeves. Cream with scrolling polychrome floral, high waist with belt loops, flared skirt pieced side gores, muslin bodice lining with front closure.

1815-1820 dress of brown printed cotton. Some Regency dresses were designed to be light, ethereal, and becoming. And then there were dresses like this. Let's call it "matronly."

1815-1820 dress of brown printed cotton. Some Regency dresses were designed to be light, ethereal, and becoming. And then there were dresses like this. Let's call it "matronly."

Victoria  Albert Museum, item T.355-1980; 1795-99, block printed cotton. The dress is styled with a high-waisted , fitted bodice, which fastens centrally. The neck, which is trimmed with a 1" frill of matching material, is rounded a the back and V-shaped at the front. The bodice is lined with white cotton which extends 1/3 of the way down the full length tapered sleeves.

Victoria Albert Museum, item T.355-1980; 1795-99, block printed cotton. The dress is styled with a high-waisted , fitted bodice, which fastens centrally. The neck, which is trimmed with a 1" frill of matching material, is rounded a the back and V-shaped at the front. The bodice is lined with white cotton which extends 1/3 of the way down the full length tapered sleeves.

1795 day gown.

1795 day gown.

"Le Journal des Dames et des Modes dates to 1800 and shows a colorful dress made of a thin cotton fabric known as madras."  Gorgeous!

"Le Journal des Dames et des Modes dates to 1800 and shows a colorful dress made of a thin cotton fabric known as madras." Gorgeous!

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