c.1770  Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum

Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum I suppose that the overdress is fastened to the stomacher with buttons? I love this open jacket look.

Dress ("robe à la française") c. 1770-1775-France. Blue Lyons silk brocade with white floral stripe; trimmed with self fabric and fry fringe; matching stomacher and petticoat. Kyoto Costume Institute

Dress (“robe à la française”) c. Material: Blue Lyons silk brocade with white floral stripe; trimmed with self fabric and fry fringe; matching stomacher and petticoat.

Wedding dress, 1779, France, silk. Mexican polychrome striped silk with  flowered roses. Watteau pleats at back with 18 eyelets lacing for adjustment, sleeves with scalloped ruffles. Coutau-Bégarie

Mexican polychrome striped silk with flowered roses. Watteau pleats at back with 18 eyelets lacing for adjustment, sleeves with scalloped ruffles.

Kyoto Costume Institute

A stunning of century gowns, fully accessorized & ready to impress! Kyoto Costume Institute / Henrietta, Lucy and Charlotte at court?

Gown (Robes à la française): ca. 1760-1770, Spanish (probably), Bejing silk with floral decoration.

Long and open in front, to show skirt underneath. In the back, starting from the neckline, pleats. Decorated on the front sections with an application of pleated fabric bands (ruches).

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