Chaussures. Les modes sous Louis XIV. Costume féminin français.

Chaussures, modes, Louis XIV, Costume, Feminin, Francais, baroque
Chaussures. Les modes sous Louis XIV, 1643-1715

Chaussures. L’Histoire du Costume féminin français. Les modes sous Louis XIV, 1643-1715 – Planche 11


  1. Chaussure de satin noir, talon rouge, patte sur le cou de pied; boucle argent.
  2. Chaussure satin marron chataîgne, talon rouge, bout carré, boucle en argent, nœud de ruban jaune et bleu sur le côté.
  3. Manchon de castor, ruban chamois brodé or, garni de franges.
  4. Habit de veuve, satin noir, grande traîne, poignet de lingerie blanche, voile de gaze noire.
  5. Chaussure de soirée bleu pâle, dessus du pied et cou de pied talon marron jaune, chou de ruban même ton.
  6. Chaussure en satin rose, le bout en damas broché marron, talon marron clair; nœud de ruban rose.
  7. Chaussure du matin en satin bleuroy, pointue; chou de ruban bleu ciel.
  8. Chaussure maroquin orange, talon rouge, haute patte sur le cou de pied.
  9. Chaussure forme sabot en maroquin vert, broderie jaune, bord de la chaussure festonné.
  10. Chaussure (double).
  11. Chaussure pointue, empeigne d’une seule pièce, motif de broderie noire sur fond gris souris, liséré de cuir noir autour.
  12. Bas noir en soie. Jarretière de rubans bleus, en satin. Chaussure blanche, talon rouge, ruban bleu à picot.
  13. Chaussure satin gris argent, talon rouge, haute patte sur cou de pied, frange nœud de ruban couleur rose rappelant la robe.
  14. Soulier de cour en satin blanc broderie argent, très pointu; une longue patte festonnée forme seule le cou de pied.



Note:  Manteaux. Les Modes de la Renaissance. Costume Féminin Français.

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