Chaussures. Les modes du second empire 1852 a 1870.

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Chaussures.

The modes of the second empire. 1852 to 1870.

L’histoire du costume féminin français. Les modes du second empire 1852 a 1870. Chaussures – Planche 11.

Chaussures

  1. Chaussures plates, sans talon, pour enfant, cocardes de ruban rouge, bas blancs. 
  2. Bottines en drap bleu, bouts vernis noir, boutons noirs. 
  3. Chaussures en drap de satin bleu foncé. 
  4. Bas d’enfants, tricotés, à quadrillés marron. 
  5. Chaussure de fillette, à lacets. 
  6. Chaussure de feutre, garnie de petits pompons noirs. 
  7. Chaussures de cuir jaune. 
  8. Chaussures de cuir noir, tige découpée dans le haut avec pompons retombant de chaque pointe. 
  9. Chaussure en drap rouge, bordée d’une tresse blanche. 
  10. Costume d’amazone, jupe ample de serge verte, bolero ajusté, feutre noir, plume verte, bottes de drap. 
  11. Bottines à boutons, talons plats, bouts vernis. 
  12. Guêtres attachée sur le côté; souliers vernis noirs. 
  13. Chaussures à crochets, en tissu beige, lacets rouges. 
  14. Chaussure de dame, se laçant sans croiser. 
  15. Chaussure à talon bas avec caoutchoucs sur les côtés, bout verni. 
  16. Chaussures de dame en cuir jaune se laçant devant; talons hauts.

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

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