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

Corsages, modes, second empire

L’histoire du costume féminin français. Les modes du second empire 1852 a 1870. Corsages – Planche 6.


  1. Corsage en taffetas jaune foncé garni de ruchés de ruban bleu. Large broderie multicolore au poignet évasé.
  2. Corsage a impressions roses sur fond blanc, volants autour du décolleté en pointe, de Ia basque et des poignets; deux plissés de dentelle sortent de la manche.
  3. Corsage ajusté noir boutonne, orné de dentelle noire, col et poignets de dentelle blanche.
  4. Corsage de lingerie en nansouk blanc, carrés de dentelle et de broderie à la main.
  5. Corsage en taffetas rose à bandes quadrillées bleu et blanc. Nœuds roses sur le devant.
  6. Corsage en flanelle blanche, s’ouvrant en forme de dents sur un empiècement de rubans roses. Manches blanches.
  7. Blouse de lingerie, broderie et petits plis. Nœud de cravate jaune.
  8. Corsage en soie noire brochée, minuscules volants f ronces, sou taches au bas des manches.
  9. Corsage de lingerie, bouillonnés et volants de dentelle de Valenciennes. Basques à volants de Valenciennes.



Note:  Chapeaux. Les modes sous Louis XVI. La mode du rococo.

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