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

Étoffes, Modes, Revolution, Costume, français
Étoffes. 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. Étoffes – Planche 10.

Étoffes

  1. Sac avec devise en taffetas jaune, impressions noires.
  2. Costume d’enfant en basin bleu ciel, gilet à revers de linon blanc bordé d’un ruché blanc, bonnet bleu.
  3. Cocarde blanche et rouge en ruban, posée sur un chapeau.
  4. Jupe avec garniture de nœuds de ruban jaune, en guirlande, nœud de ruban jaune à la ceinture.
  5. Corsage bleu, manches longues bleues, dos quadrillé blanc et rose, jupe de percale rose avec impression de fleurettes roses, bleues, jaunes et vertes.
  6. Chemise à la prêtresse en percale blanche, bordée d’une tresse de soie rouge, manches en tricot de soie collantes, bord rouge au poignet tombant sur la main; ceinture rouge.
  7. Jupe de toile imprimée à fleurs bleues et rouges, large ceinture de ruban rouge.
  8. Ruban de blonde garni de sourcil d’hanneton jaune (1796).
  9. Châle fond jaune, bandes rayées bleues et rouges, robe violette.
  10. Petite manche courte en linon bleu à ruban rouge.
  11. Sac rouge vif, broderie blanche autour et chiffre se détachant en blanc.
  12. Châle fond beige clair, bordure jaune et rouge.

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