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toucan

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Gown worn by Queen Elizabeth I Elizabeth I was queen regnant of England and Ireland from 17 November 1558 until her death. Sometimes called "The Virgin Queen", "Gloriana" or "Good Queen Bess", Elizabeth was the fifth and last monarch of the Tudor dynasty

Gown worn by Queen Elizabeth I Elizabeth I was queen regnant of England and Ireland from 17 November 1558 until her death. Sometimes called "The Virgin Queen", "Gloriana" or "Good Queen Bess", Elizabeth was the fifth and last monarch of the Tudor dynasty

Stunning embroidered 1850 gown.

Stunning embroidered 1850 gown.

Rococo/ Marie Antoinette Gown | Costume Inspirations

Rococo/ Marie Antoinette Gown | Costume Inspirations

A splendidly embroidered robe à la Française used in The Duchess.  (tumblr hates me tonight)

A splendidly embroidered robe à la Française used in The Duchess. (tumblr hates me tonight)

VESTIDO DE CORTE EN SEDA BROCADA PURPURA 1750S

VESTIDO DE CORTE EN SEDA BROCADA PURPURA 1750S

Costume designed by James Acheson for Mildred Natwick in Dangerous Liaisons (1988).

Costume designed by James Acheson for Mildred Natwick in Dangerous Liaisons (1988).

- Francia , 1750-75

- Francia , 1750-75

1767-Sacque-"This term seems to have first been used in the 1750s and was applied to gowns with a loose back. The fabric was set in folds below the shoulders from which it fell to the ground where it ended in a short train. The sack developed from an earlier gown worn for informal occasions, called in France a 'robe volante' or 'flying dress', presumably because of the shape it would have been produced when its wearer was moving forward."

1767-Sacque-"This term seems to have first been used in the 1750s and was applied to gowns with a loose back. The fabric was set in folds below the shoulders from which it fell to the ground where it ended in a short train. The sack developed from an earlier gown worn for informal occasions, called in France a 'robe volante' or 'flying dress', presumably because of the shape it would have been produced when its wearer was moving forward."

Front bodice detail, Robe a la francaise, 1762-1767. This gown is made of a very thin silk or taffeta with very fine stripes of red, blue and white, which, seen from afar, give the impression of mauve. A white leaf pattern is woven into the fabric and as well as floral sprays in various colours.

Front bodice detail, Robe a la francaise, 1762-1767. This gown is made of a very thin silk or taffeta with very fine stripes of red, blue and white, which, seen from afar, give the impression of mauve. A white leaf pattern is woven into the fabric and as well as floral sprays in various colours.