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It's a Vintage Life

It's a Vintage Life

Detail, 18th c. gown, c 1770, Leeds City Museum.

Detail, 18th c. gown, c 1770, Leeds City Museum.

glamorous. fabulous. charming. fun. flirty. elegant. exciting. delicate. whimsical. wonderful....

glamorous. fabulous. charming. fun. flirty. elegant. exciting. delicate. whimsical. wonderful....

Image result for baroque dresses 18 th century looks a lot like the dress in froganard's painting?

Image result for baroque dresses 18 th century looks a lot like the dress in froganard's painting?

clothes Mode female Designs Category: Objects Zeitgeist: 1700-the second half, DigitaltMuseum - Klänning i rosa sidenaltlas. Nordiska museet inv.nr 183144.

clothes Mode female Designs Category: Objects Zeitgeist: 1700-the second half, DigitaltMuseum - Klänning i rosa sidenaltlas. Nordiska museet inv.nr 183144.

Silk Brocade Robe à la Anglaise, ca. 1760

Silk Brocade Robe à la Anglaise, ca. 1760

Gown with Stomacher, circa 1700-1729

Gown with Stomacher, circa 1700-1729

ca. 1775 Robe a l’anglaise in red silk damask. The silhouette of this dress is enhanced by the fabric's rich color and vibrant pattern - a sumptuous display of fruit and flowers. The fabric was designed by Anna Maria Garthwaite, an English textile designer and the only woman known to have worked in Spitalfields, a silk-weaving center in London. | The Museum at FIT. Object Number: 2008.4.1

ca. 1775 Robe a l’anglaise in red silk damask. The silhouette of this dress is enhanced by the fabric's rich color and vibrant pattern - a sumptuous display of fruit and flowers. The fabric was designed by Anna Maria Garthwaite, an English textile designer and the only woman known to have worked in Spitalfields, a silk-weaving center in London. | The Museum at FIT. Object Number: 2008.4.1

Robe à l’Anglaise 1770-1775 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Robe à l’Anglaise 1770-1775 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Pet-en-l'air jacket, 1780-90    British informal sack-jacket or pet-en-l'air in  undyed cotton, roller-printed with an all-over Stormont pins  design in pinky brown. Entirely hand stitched. Reputed to have  belonged to Mrs David Garrick, wife of the celebrated actor

Pet-en-l'air jacket, 1780-90 British informal sack-jacket or pet-en-l'air in undyed cotton, roller-printed with an all-over Stormont pins design in pinky brown. Entirely hand stitched. Reputed to have belonged to Mrs David Garrick, wife of the celebrated actor