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1800 ca. Man's Ensemble. Long-tailed cutaway coat, breeches into long boots. Museo del Traje. Más

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The mannequin here wears the typical outfit of a dandy. A dandy was a man during the Empire Period that took special care to his grooming and appearance. Beau Brummel is considered the first dandy.

The mannequin here wears the typical outfit of a dandy. A dandy was a man during the Empire Period that took special care to his grooming and appearance. Beau Brummel is considered the first dandy.

Resultado de imagen para TRAJE TIPICO INGLATERRA

Resultado de imagen para TRAJE TIPICO INGLATERRA

La moda de 1840 se caracteriza por los hombros bajos e inclinados, cintura acentuada baja y faldas en forma de campana. Trajes de noche a menudo fuera del hombro.

Inglaterra, satén de seda, forrado con algodón, reforzado con ballenas

Kate teamed the dress, which she first wore in 2012 on an outing with her father-in-law, w...

Duchess of Cambridge on a visit to a child mentoring programme

Kate teamed the dress, which she first wore in 2012 on an outing with her father-in-law, w...

Trajes Tipicos y tradicionales del mundo: trajes tipicos de Alemania y Francia

Trajes Tipicos y tradicionales del mundo: trajes tipicos de Alemania y Francia

1976 Dinner dress by Ian Thomas worn by Queen Elizabeth II at Kensington Palace, London - From the curators' comments: "The striking colour of this dinner gown is typical of the greater freedom in formal dress which emerged in the 1960s and 70s. The linear silhouette, with only slight fullness in the skirt, is emphasised by the elongated sleeves which reach to the floor but open at the side to allow for the customary hand-shake greeting."

1976 Dinner dress by Ian Thomas worn by Queen Elizabeth II at Kensington Palace, London - From the curators' comments: "The striking colour of this dinner gown is typical of the greater freedom in formal dress which emerged in the 1960s and 70s. The linear silhouette, with only slight fullness in the skirt, is emphasised by the elongated sleeves which reach to the floor but open at the side to allow for the customary hand-shake greeting."

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