18th century french fashion

Explore the elegance and sophistication of 18th century French fashion. Discover timeless styles and trends that continue to inspire modern fashionistas today.
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Men's 18th Century, 1780s French Court Ensemble SIZES 34 to 56 - Made To Order

Men's 18th Century, 1780s French Court Ensemble - Made To Order. Sizes 34 to 56FABRICS SUPPLIED BY CLIENT - NOT INCLUDED IN THE LISTING DESCRIPTION: LIMITED SIZES AVAILABLE - See Big & Tall belowThe ensemble pictured was created by Designs From Time. Made to your measurements, this is a Custom,

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ArtEmbroidery Designs
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The Naughty Side of 18th Century French Fashions

I continue my series of antique French Fashion plates from the time of Maire Antoinette with a few examples of some of the more extreme fashions of the day. Most of us modern ladies think of historical clothing prior to the 1920's as being very conservative and buttoned up; however this is not always the case. Low cut bodices were very much in fashion for much of the 16th - 19th Centuries. Strange how it was permissible to expose so much of ones bosom in public yet exposing ones shoulders…

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Silke Lovett
EKDuncan - My Fanciful Muse: The Naughty Side of 18th Century French Fashions French Traditional Clothing, 18th Century Peasant, 18th Century French Fashion, 18th Century Paintings, Low Cut Dresses, Fashion Plates, Cosplay Outfits, Historical Fashion, French Fashion

The Naughty Side of 18th Century French Fashions

I continue my series of antique French Fashion plates from the time of Maire Antoinette with a few examples of some of the more extreme fashions of the day. Most of us modern ladies think of historical clothing prior to the 1920's as being very conservative and buttoned up; however this is not always the case. Low cut bodices were very much in fashion for much of the 16th - 19th Centuries. Strange how it was permissible to expose so much of ones bosom in public yet exposing ones shoulders…

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Jill Van Brussel