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FIGURINO DELL'EPOCA "ROBE A LA TURQUE" March 5, 1790, Plate 1. Issue no. 2. Dress in the "patriotique" style of red, white, and blue. The pink roses are not considered clashing. The feathers are actually all white--the brown is from aging of the print

Here again, the French Revolution dress. 3 colors, a fichu on the décolleté and a simpler skirt.

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, April 1790.   I love her sash, but I’m definitely confused about her…kerchief?  Is that what it is? The ruffles around the neck almost make it seem like a chemisette, but it is definitely above the bodice.  What say you, reader?

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, April I love her sash, but I’m definitely confused about her…kerchief? The ruffles around the neck almost make it seem like a chemisette, but it is definitely above the bodice. What say you, reader?

1770s - 18th century - woman's outfit with mixed print fabrics (jacket in floral, skirt in a different floral, apron in plaid) - From "An album containing 90 fine water color paintings of costumes." Turin : [s.n.] , [ca.1775]. In the collection of the Bunka Fashion College in Japan. Underneath the illustration is handwritten in pencil "Dutch."  - Netherlands

- century - woman's outfit with mixed print fabrics (jacket in floral, skirt in a different floral, apron in plaid) - From "An album containing 90 fine water color paintings of costumes." Turin : [s.

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Journal de la Mode et du Gout, July 1790 (nice hat too).

Journal de la Mode et du Gout, July I love her hat and the pretty pink banding on her petticoat!

Magasin des Modes Nouvelles 1787 cahier n°34, plate n°2, Mitan, 18th Century Dress

Magasin des Modes Nouvelles 1787 cahier plate Mitan, Century Dress (Umm, can a dress get any more "ME"? I think this needs to happen.

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