Manteaux. Les modes du second empire. Costume féminin français.

Second Empire Coats. Victorian Fashion History. 19th century fashion. Crinoline. Second Rococo costumes.
Coats. Manteaux.

L’histoire du costume féminin français. Les modes du second empire 1852 a 1870. Manteaux – Planche 3.

Manteaux.

  1. Manteau de jour en drap vieux bleu, garni de petites boules de passementerie.
  2. Collet d’amazone, en drap vert forêt, bordé d’une broderIe or, ranges noires.
  3. Manteau de fourrure, long, ample, à godets, garni de broderies de soutache, larges manches.
  4. Mantelet de velours bleu, bordé d’hermine. Col, parements et manchon d’hermine.
  5. Manteau genre burnous, en cachemire blanc, bordé de tresses de soie rouge, fleurs rouges brodées.
  6. Manteau de cérémonie en velours cramoisi, frangé d’une dentelle de Chantilly blanche, col de dentelle.
  7. Cape spahi, très ample, en cachemire fond ivoire, brodé au passé. Bandes unies rouges, vertes et jaunes.
  8. Manteau en soie gros grain marron clair, garniture de passementerie marron foncé.
  9. Manteau imperméable à capuchon, gris fer, très ample, le capuchon est resserré par une cordelière terminée par deux glands.

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