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Robe à la francaise, c. Blue silk taffeta, embroidered with multicoloured floral motifs, bodice trimmed with "échelles" in pink silk, neckline and sleeves were later trimmed with white machine Valenciennes lace.

Robe à l'Anglaise, 1770-1780, Mode Museum.

Dress (robe à l'anglaise) and matching petticoat (skirt) in chintz, India, ca. Shawl (fichu) in embroidered batiste, Jacoba de Jonge Collection in MoMu - Fashion Museum Province of Antwerp

Robe a la francaise, ca. 1770.  From Kerry Taylor Auctions.

A brocaded cinnamon satin robe à la française, circa with sacque back compères formed from joined panels of the fabric, ruched robings to the front, partly lined in striped shot silk, matching petticoat

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Isabelle de Borchgrave - Painter, designer, artist, visual artist, discover its amazing dresses and creations of paper .Pierrot Jacket and petticoat.

Mantua, England, 1733-1734 (woven)  1735-1740 (made), Brocaded silk, hand-sewn with spun silk and spun threads, lined with linen, brown paper lining for cuffs, brass, canvas and pleated silk, V&A

Mantua Place of origin: Spitalfields, England (woven) (made)Brocaded silk, hand-sewn with spun silk and spun threads, lined with linen, brown paper lining for cuffs

Rear view, robe à l'anglaise, c. 1765. Dark blue silk taffeta brocaded with flowers in pink, yellow, grey an dbrown.

Rear view, robe à l'anglaise, c. Dark blue silk taffeta brocaded with flowers in pink, yellow, grey an dbrown.

1775-1785, France - Silk robe à la française

Gown or robe à la française consisting of a dress and matching skirt, silk with vertical yellow and white stripes and sprinkle motif multicolored bouquets, features oval pouffes and lined with multicolored chiné à la branche.

Back view, Dress in turquoise and light blue silk taffeta, 1865-69. This dress in turquoise and pale blue taffeta silk has a train and a separate waistband with panels at the back, with large decorative buttons. The daytime corsage has a V-shaped neckline and pagoda sleeves. It was worn over a chemisette. The dress is decorated with ribbons, bows, flouncing and bands of densely gathered fabric. Source: MODEMUSEUM HASSELT

This is an example of the day dress. This dress is showcased at a museum, and it showcases the detailing of the dress in the back with the tight bodice and pleated like back.

Robe à la française retroussée ca. 1765-80 Popular style with the women of the French Court prior to the French Revolution.   From the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Robe à la française (worn à la Polonaise) with Attached Stomacher: ca. French, silk taffeta woven with shaded stripes, bodice and sleeves lined with linen, cuffs lined with wool flannel, stitched in silk thread. Held at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Robe à la française, 1760′s  From the Fashion Museum, Bath on Twitter

The Fashion Museum is a world-class collection of historic fashionable dress. There are almost objects in the Fashion Museum collection.

Robe à la francaise, c. 1745. Blue silk taffeta, embroidered with multicoloured…

Robe à la francaise, c. Blue silk taffeta, embroidered with multicoloured floral motifs, bodice trimmed with "échelles" in pink silk, neckline and sleeves were later trimmed with white machine Valenciennes lace.

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