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

Second Empire fabrics. Victorian Fashion History. 19th century fashion. Embroidery. Second Rococo costumes.
Étoffes.

L’histoire du costume féminin français. Les modes du second empire 1852 a 1870. Étoffes – Planche 10.

Étoffes.

1. Volant de robe, impressions bleues sur fond blanc.
2. Volant de dentelle de Chantilly noire.
3. Cachemire blanc, raies noires formant carreaux, motifs bleus.
4. Tissu rayé en diagonale jaune, vert, rose, bleu, noir.
5. Tissu fond paille, à filetés noirs.
6. Tissu rayé verticalement, vert, rouge et bleu.
7. Garniture de bas de jupe en forme de grecque. Tissu marron et orange, filets noirs, glands marrons.
8, 9. Cols de lingerie empesée.
10, Tissu de robe en moire marron et noire, coquillés marron clair.
11. Tissu pour robe d’été, Percale blanche à fleurettes roses.
12. Robe en taffetas rayé multicolore, recouverte d’une tunique de satin blanc uni, ceinture et bordure de col en taffetas rayé.
13. Tissu fond noir, impressions de fleurs bleu vif.
14. Tissu de robe peint. Fond blanc, rayures bleu violet dégradées, fleurs marron et roses, guirlande de fruits.
15. Tissu fond violet, piquets de volubilis à fleurs noires.
16. Tissu blanc, Impressions roses formant rûché.
17. Tissu blanc, rayures violettes, croix rouges.
18. Tissu à carreaux rouges, verts, noirs.
19. Petite percale blanche à fleurettes roses pour robe d’été.

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