Colifichets. Les Modes sous Louis XIV. Costume féminin français.

Colifichets, Modes, Louis XIV, Costume, féminin, français,
Colifichets. Les Modes sous Louis XIV 1643-1715.

Colifichets. L’Histoire du costume féminin français. Les Modes sous Louis XIV 1643-1715. Planche 12.


  1. Attache d’une chaine de montre et montre garnie de brillants.
  2. Montre s’attachant à la ceinture par un large ruban.
  3. Gant de chasse, jaune serin, effilés de soie noire.
  4. Petit sac en tissu jaune et vert, frange or.
  5. Jabot de dentelle, nœud de ruban jaune et vert.
  6. Gant à crispin fendu sur le côté, frange de cuir jaune, nœud de ruban jaune sur le poignet.
  7. Élégante en robe d’été tau ne, pékiné argent, dentelle blanche aux manches, voile blanc sur la tête, ombrelle en taffetas rouge, franges argent, ceinture et nœud, ruban rouge au poignet.
  8. Gant à manchette de ruban rose, canne garnie d’un nœud de ruban.
  9. Jupe falbala pour la promenade, rose, plis crevés remontant en pointe sur la jupe, large drapé aux hanches.
  10. Écran entouré de plumes servant d’éventail.
  11. Ombrelle taffetas écossais, rose blanc et bleu, bord plissé en taffetas rose.
  12. Manche violette, garnie de boutons rouges et boutonnières rouges. Flot de ruban à l’épaule et au poignet, rouge également. Volant de dentelle.
  13. Chapeau feutre noir, haute calotte, ruban et cocarde rouge, plume rouge et bleue retombant derrière.
  14. Manchon de renard, attaché à la taille, ruban rouge noué devant.
  15. Montre retenue par petite écharpe de couleur.



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

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