Manteaux. Les modes sous Louis XV. La mode du rococo.

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Rococo coats fashion. Louis XV fashion history from 1715 to 1774.

L’histoire du costume féminin français. Les modes sous Louis XV 1715-1774. La Mode du Rococo. Manteaux. –

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  1. Manteau de taffetas à impressions, large revers brodé aux manches, et jabot de lingerie.
  2. Casaquin de lainage à godets sur les hanches. Sous-manche de lingerie.
  3. Jaquette rouge avec broderies jaune paille.
  4. Costume en drap vert foncé, boutons noirs, ouvrant sur un gilet de drap vieux rose, ceinture vieux rose. Larges revers avec boutons et boutonnières.
  5. Redingote, col montant et fermé, entièrement boutonnée, formant jupe, larges revers.
  6. Modèle de jaquette cintrée, boutons et boutonnières, mais ne s’attachant qu’à la taille. Revers avec galons, poches.
  7. Casaquin pour le matin, en petit tissu léger rayé rose et blanc, sur jupe de lingerie rose, ruché de dentelle au col et aux manches.
  8. Petit manteau avec gilet bleu, veste jaune. Large volant évasé aux manches. Col jabot en lingerie plissée.
  9. Pèlerine du soir, en velours mauve avec frange argent et col de fourrure.

Read more: L’Histoire du Costume Féminin Français. Paul Louis Victor de Giafferri.

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