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Robe à la Turque, la même expliqué au vingt septieme Cahier No. 159, elle est dévelopé de Profil ou Trois-quart.

Gallerie des Modes, "Robe a la Turque…“ One of my all-time favorite styles of dress. The little cap sleeves just kill me!

"There is no hair more iconic, perhaps, than Marie Antoinette’s elaborately curled and beribboned wigs. Her daringly avant-garde style and her love of fashion took Versailles by storm, and the ladies of court were constantly trying to emulate the Queen’s frequently changing coiffure... One of the most well known trends of this period was for miniature models of war ships to be placed upon rolling waves of curls, in celebration of French Navy victories against the British

The rather ostentatious “Frégate de Junon” hairstyle, as sported by Marie Antoinette. © Fiell Image Archive, 2011 There is no hair more iconic, perhaps, than Marie-Antoinette’s elaborately curled and.

Robe à l'Anglaise garnie à plis plats bordé d'un frisé de Mousseline, des tresses et boutons pareilles à la Robe; Chapeau garnie d'une toque de gaze négligemment ajusté avec un ruban.

1784 Robe à l'Anglaise trimmed with flat pleats, bordered with a muslin frill, and braids and buttons the same color as the dress; hat trimmed with a gauze toque loosely fitted with a ribbon.

A Most Beguiling Accomplishment: court dress

Robe de Cour pulled up on the right side with a ribbon bow, and decorated with garlands; the left side falls in the usual way: it is trimmed and decorated with pearls and laurels.