1770s - 18th century - woman's outfit with mixed print fabrics (jacket, skirt, and apron are each a different floral pattern) - From "An album containing 90 fine water color paintings of costumes." Turin : [s.n.] , [ca.1775]. In the collection of the Bunka Fashion College in Japan.
"Panel for skirt, painting decoration with mordents India, end of 18th century"
brocade boned bodice 1770-1790 place of origin: UK
Child's dress, Sweden 18th century. Blue printed cotton with floral motifs.
Breeches patterns from The Tailor's Guide (1790s). The two patterns on the bottom must be for buckskin breeches, as there is no inseam.
Silk juorut. Andalusiassa. Kohti 1770. Costume Museum. Madrid.
Cranberry silk faille with polychrome floral brocade, the square-neck bodice having folded front collar, narrow double breast and short sleeve with pleated and pointed cuff, peplum back. Corset front pieced with cranberry brocade and a tan dotted sawtooth stripe, the back in a similar dotted stripe. Both pieces trimmed in aqua ribbon and lined in linen. Bodice B-36, W-26, front L-17. (Losses to ribbon, some edge wear)