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19th century: Regency stripes

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Striped Regency gowns etc.
Dress 1805, American, Made of silk and cotton

Dress 1805, American, Made of silk and cotton

1818 (estimated from inscription) Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales by Charlotte Jones. Many posthumous portraits were painted of Princess Charlotte, who died in childbirth in 1817.

1818 (estimated from inscription) Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales by Charlotte Jones. Many posthumous portraits were painted of Princess Charlotte, who died in childbirth in 1817.

1812 striped dress | V&A Dress made of warp-knitted fabric, probably cotton. With a pattern of alternating stripes of close 'plain' knitting and open work. The sleeves and a band inserted around the neck are also in knitted cotton with a smaller pattern of alternating plain and open work.

1812 striped dress | V&A Dress made of warp-knitted fabric, probably cotton. With a pattern of alternating stripes of close 'plain' knitting and open work. The sleeves and a band inserted around the neck are also in knitted cotton with a smaller pattern of alternating plain and open work.

Dress, c. 1797, British.

Dress, c. 1797, British.

Dress: ca. 1812, English, knitted fabric, cotton (probably), silk ribbon, lined with silk. "Dress made of warp-knitted fabric, probably cotton. With a pattern of alternating stripes of close 'plain' knitting and open work. The sleeves and a band inserted around the neck are also in knitted cotton with a smaller pattern of alternating plain and open work."

Dress: ca. 1812, English, knitted fabric, cotton (probably), silk ribbon, lined with silk. "Dress made of warp-knitted fabric, probably cotton. With a pattern of alternating stripes of close 'plain' knitting and open work. The sleeves and a band inserted around the neck are also in knitted cotton with a smaller pattern of alternating plain and open work."

Evening Dress of Yellow & White Striped Silk & White Cotton. British, 1795-1797.

Evening Dress of Yellow & White Striped Silk & White Cotton. British, 1795-1797.

Dress, ca. 1812, England. Victoria and Albert Museum: "Dress made of warp-knitted fabric, probably cotton. With a pattern of alternating stripes of close plain knitting and open work. The sleeves and a band inserted around the neck are also in knitted cotton with a smaller pattern of alternating plain and open work." (Click through for more pictures.)

Dress, ca. 1812, England. Victoria and Albert Museum: "Dress made of warp-knitted fabric, probably cotton. With a pattern of alternating stripes of close plain knitting and open work. The sleeves and a band inserted around the neck are also in knitted cotton with a smaller pattern of alternating plain and open work." (Click through for more pictures.)

1809 Costume Parisien, stripes

1809 Costume Parisien, stripes

Ackermann’s Repository, Half Dress, November 1814.   Green stripes!

Ackermann’s Repository, Half Dress, November 1814. Green stripes!

1821 extant gown- trim on bodice. Want this!

1821 extant gown- trim on bodice. Want this!

A printed muslin day dress, circa 1800-1810,  (Print is in stripes)

A printed muslin day dress, circa 1800-1810, (Print is in stripes)

Striped Taffeta Dress, Musée de la Voiture, Compiègne

Striped Taffeta Dress, Musée de la Voiture, Compiègne

EKDuncan - My Fanciful Muse: Regency Era Fashions - Ackermann's Repository 1815

EKDuncan - My Fanciful Muse: Regency Era Fashions - Ackermann's Repository 1815

Fig. 294

Fig. 294

1810 Costume Parisien, stripes

1810 Costume Parisien, stripes

In this period, the use of colors was revived after the dominance of white that had begun in the early 19th century. This dress features inwoven stripes with a strong color combination of brown and blue. The waistline is still high, and the stripes emphasize the vertical lines. A pad is inserted at the center of the back to produce a beautiful back line floating down from the high waist.

In this period, the use of colors was revived after the dominance of white that had begun in the early 19th century. This dress features inwoven stripes with a strong color combination of brown and blue. The waistline is still high, and the stripes emphasize the vertical lines. A pad is inserted at the center of the back to produce a beautiful back line floating down from the high waist.