Sky blue French satin shoes | Shoe-Icons | c. 1780
I am so inspired by this lovely shoe!

Sky blue French satin shoes | Shoe-Icons | c. 1780

I am so inspired by this lovely shoe!

Lady in large white cap, c. 1780s
National Gallery of Art

Lady in large white cap, c. 1780s

National Gallery of Art

A Lady and a Gentleman in a Landscape by Benjamin Wilson, 1780s
J’adore cette peinture! I’m stunned by this satin perfection that lacks many of the frou-frou decorations of other eighteenth century dresses and retains a simple, unmitigated elegance. And I just so happen to have some cornflower satin on hand..don’t mind if I do!

A Lady and a Gentleman in a Landscape by Benjamin Wilson, 1780s

J’adore cette peinture! I’m stunned by this satin perfection that lacks many of the frou-frou decorations of other eighteenth century dresses and retains a simple, unmitigated elegance. And I just so happen to have some cornflower satin on hand..don’t mind if I do!

Portrait of Dona Maria Teresa Apodaca de Sisma by Agustín Esteve, 1780s (by my estimation)

Portrait of Dona Maria Teresa Apodaca de Sisma by Agustín Esteve, 1780s (by my estimation)

Portrait of a Woman (miniature) by Marie Louis Sicard, 1789
Not a chemise dress, but don’t you just adore that pink spotted fabric!

Portrait of a Woman (miniature) by Marie Louis Sicard, 1789

Not a chemise dress, but don’t you just adore that pink spotted fabric!


Open Chemise Dress from Journal Des Luxus, 1788

Chemise “Retrousse” (meaning “tucked”) from Journal Des Luxus, 1789 (Aug.)

Spotted yellow chemise dress, 1786

Spotted yellow chemise dress, 1786

fripperiesandfobs:

Redingote ca. 1785
From the Rijks Museum

fripperiesandfobs:

Redingote ca. 1785

From the Rijks Museum

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tiny-librarian:

French Fashions from 1780.

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Marie-Antoinette with Uncolored (!!!) Hair by François Dumond
There’s no date, but I’d say this is late 1770s, especially because she looks so young; it could also be early 1780s (zone fronts were popular in this period). Wasn’t she beautiful? I love her delicately arched eyebrows.

Marie-Antoinette with Uncolored (!!!) Hair by François Dumond

There’s no date, but I’d say this is late 1770s, especially because she looks so young; it could also be early 1780s (zone fronts were popular in this period). Wasn’t she beautiful? I love her delicately arched eyebrows.


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