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

Second, Empire, Skirts, Victorian, Fashion, History, Crinoline

L’histoire du costume féminin français. Les modes du second empire 1852 a 1870. Jupes – Planche 7.


1. Jupon en nansouk blanc, a impressions bleues et blanches, cerclette en bas formant crinoline.
2. Jupe cage recouverte d’une garniture enveloppant les ressorts et les préservant des malpropretés.
3. Robe su ppor tee par la jupe-cage Milliet, garnie ou non dans Ie bas.
4. Jupon de percale avec, au bas, impressions roses formant garniture.
5. Haut de sous-jupe en acier pour la crinoline.
6. Haut de jupon-tournure avec cerclettes.
7. Jupe en dentelle sur fond de taffetas, forme crinoline.
8. Robe de cérémonie, longue et ample, en taffetas à impressions “Pompadour”, rose sur blanc. Corsage garni de rubans verts, rubans verts tombant sur la jupe,
9 Jupe en taffetas écossais rose et blanc et ban des de taffetas blanc bro de rose.
10 et 11. Détail des impressions des jupes 1 et 4.
12. Sous-jupe à cerclettes et volants pour “juponner” la jupe.
13. Petit jupon ballon bleu, avec au bas une bande plus foncée, brodée à la main ton sur ton.
14. Jupe de cachemire vert nil, avec relève jupe “duchesse”.

Note:  Werther and Charlotte. Goethe, The Sorrows of Young Werther (1774).

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