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

Second Empire Skirts. Victorian Fashion History. 19th century fashion. Sleeves. Second Rococo costumes.
Manches.

L’histoire du costume féminin français. Les modes du second empire 1852 a 1870. Manches – Planche 8.

Manches.

1. Manche bleue à parement rouge, poignet de linon avec volants de plumetis.
2. Manche jaune à volants bordés de violet, volant intérieur en dentelle.
3. Manche de velours marron, avec petits boutons, sous-manche ballonnée en lingerie.
4. Chemise de nuit en lingerie, empiècement à volants tuyautés, petits plis.
5.-6. Cols de lingerie brodés à la main, nœuds de ruban rose et vert.
7. Corsage de lingerie broderie anglaise, et petits plis. Ceinture à la taille montant sur le corsage et descendant en pointe sur la jupe.
8. Robe de jeune fille en taffetas rose, jupon brodé blanc, petit bonnet avec fleurs, ombrelle verte.
9. Cravate de ruban marron et dentelle.
10. Cravate de ruban écossais.
11. Manche de tissu broché rose et blanc, plate à l’épaule, s’évasant au poignet, volant de dentelle.
12. Poignet de lingerie brodée, garni de dentelle remontant en triangle sur la manche.
13. Manche de percale à fleurettes roses, volant de dentelle blanche.
14. Manchon de cuir, à boutonnières, bordé de fourrure.
15. Poignet de lingerie empesée, bordé de dentelle.
16. Manche noire brodée bleu, formant pagode au-dessous du coude.
17. Manchon de chasse, en renard avec tête naturalisée.

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