Dresses

Dutch Feminine Baroque Dress – 17th century

This historical costume presents a characteristic type of wealthy women’s clothing known from numerous paintings of Dutch Baroque painting. It is made of several layers. Underwear The layer closest to the body includes a shirt decorated with lace inserts, a woolen petticoat decorated with stripes of black velvet and a red stays. The stays are … Continue reading »

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Female velvet dress (c. 1882)

The dress consists of two parts – a skirt and a tunic. The design of the dress comes from the French magazine “La Mode Illustree” from 1876. Nevertheless, it has been adapted to the needs of a bigger bustle (from 1882). First of all, the train of the skirl and tunic has been removed, it has also been … Continue reading »

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Dress from 17th century (c. 1670)

The dress consists of a bodice with an outer skirt and petticoat. The dress’s bodice has two layers. The inner bodice – stays has been made of two layers of linen, stiffened with soft reeds. The whole surface is covered with tunnels, the only place that has not been stiffened is at the shoulders. The … Continue reading »

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Dress from 19th century (c. 1882)

The dress has been made in accordance with the model published in the magazine titled “La Mode Ilustree” No. 38. It has been sewn of plum taffeta. There are two parts: a bodice and a skirt. The two parts are decorated by trimmings in the form of a black appliqué (decoration design was published together … Continue reading »

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Dress with a tunic from 19th century (1869)

The design of this dress, together with its sewing pattern comes from the French magazine “La Mode Illustree” No. 6 from 7 February 1869. It is a formal dress made of sateen. Dresses from that period of time have characteristic sloping shoulders and a wide crinoline skirt. The shape of crinoline, a flattened front and … Continue reading »

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Female dress from 1823

The dress is modeled on the outfit published in the French magazine “LE JOURNAL DES DAMES et DES MODES” on 15 November 1823. It has got characteristic cut for that period. The waistline is slightly raised in comparison to the natural level, the dress is flared in a cone shape and heavily gathered at the … Continue reading »

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Dress with Roses

The presented dress is a bal dress from the beginning of 1850’s. The dress has been made of creamy and claret silk. It consists of a bodice and a separate skirt. The bodice is fastened by a hook-and-eye closures and it has got an inside boning, thanks to which it maintains an elongated and tight … Continue reading »

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Female dress from 15th century

The presented dress is a female out fit based on everyday female outfits from the 1st half of 15th century. It has been made of dark-green woolencloth lined with linen. The dress has got a short sleeve and lacing on sides. The skirt is let out by gores. Under the dress there is a linen … Continue reading »

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