Coiffures. Les Modes sous la Revolution. Costume féminin français.

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Coiffures. L’histoire du costume féminin français. Les Modes sous la Revolution 1792 – 1799.

L’histoire du costume féminin français. Les Modes sous la Revolution 1792 – 1799. Coiffures – Planche 4.


  1. Châle de gaze noire en échiquier, bordé d’une dentelle noire, dessous de corsage orange.
  2. Robe de fillette en linon rose, jupe ample et longue, corsage froncé, manches courtes, chapeau de paille, ruban rose, tour de cou gaze blanche, froncée en ruché Sllr trois rangs.
  3. Spencer sans manches, violet carmélite, bordé d’un galon blanc et noir, sur une robe de linon blanc
  4. Châle carré fond «prise de tabac», bordure noire et or.
  5. Bonnet du ma tin en dentelle d’Alençon, bordé d’un ruban rose, le haut est froncé sur un ruban rose également qui forme un nœud sur le côté.
  6. Mantelet de gaze, brodée d’un haut volant de den telles de Malines, corsage rouge cerise.
  7. Toquet en gaze blanche bouillonnée, rûchê de ruban rose, plurnes bleues, brides de ru ban rose et passat sous le cou.
  8. Fichu palatine rouge framboise avec effilés noirs, tour de cou marabout blanc.
  9. Spencer de velours bleu foncé, manches longues et étroites, bordure et col de fourrure de castor.
  10. Robe de linon blanc, bordée d’un ruban rubis au décolleté, à la taille et au bord de la manche, châle fond ivoire, bordure verte.



Note:  Coiffes, Capuchons. Les modes du Moyen Age. costume féminin français.

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