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The Costumer's Manifesto: Patterns and Pictures from Maurice Leloir'sHistoire du Costume, Volume 10, 1678-1725 Patterns and Pictures from Maurice Leloir's Histoire du Costume, Volume 10, 1678-1725

B&W drawings (& diagrams) of Women's & Children's Fashionable Costume

LeloirVol1042 skirt.jpg Skirt Diagram

LeloirVol1043 1682.jpg 1682

LeloirVol1044 1708.jpg Ruffled gowns of 1708

LeloirVol1045 1685-88.jpg Mourning dresses, 1688 & 1685

LeloirVol1046 1694.jpg Princess de Conte in a "city dress", and the Duchesse de Bourbon in a court dress at a salon in 1694.

LeloirVol1047 1693-98.jpg Madame (wife of the King's brother) in 1693, and Princess Palatine in 1698 in full formal hunting dress.

LeloirVol1048 1692.jpg Full hunting dress and mask (in hand), 1692.

LeloirVol1049 1692.jpg Boned bodice/stays worn over a fancy shift and decorated petticoat, 1692

LeloirVol1050 1697.jpg Lady putting on stays over a lace trimmed shift, 1697.

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LeloirVol1051 stays.jpg Diagram of a boned bodice/stays.

LeloirVol1052 1715stays.jpg Pattern of a c.1715 pair of stays

LeloirVol1053 1694-98.jpg Decorated bodices, 1694-1698.

LeloirVol1055 1692-1700.jpg Decorated skirts of court dresses, 1692-1700: The Duchesse de Chartres, Duchesse de Ventadour, Princess de Conti.

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Back of a Saque Dress, 1718, and a Mantua, 1724.

LeloirVol1057 1787-9.jpg A striped mantua of 1687

LeloirVol1057 saques.jpg Three gowns showing the difference between Saque and Mantua styles.

LeloirVol1058 watteau.jpg A saque from a painting by Watteau

LeloirVol1059 1724.jpg A maid puts on a lady's gown over a set of stays, 1724

LeloirVol1060 1719-20.jpg Hoopskirts, 1719-1720

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LeloirVol1061 1696-97.jpg At home dress for ladies, 1696-97

LeloirVol1062 1692.jpg At home dress for the morning worn over a boned bodice, 1692

LeloirVol1063 1697.jpg Mantles, 1697

LeloirVol1064 1694-95.jpg Steinkerque cravat 1695 and fur tippet 1694 worn in similar styles.

LeloirVol1065 1688.jpg Fur collar of 1688

LeloirVol1066 aprons.jpg Aprons

LeloirVol1067 womensshoes.jpg Women's Shoes 1678-1725

LeloirVol1068 1694.jpg Skating in winter, 1694

LeloirVol1069 1693.jpg Maid of honor (of the court) dressing her hair from a fashion plate by Arnoult, 1693

LeloirVol1070 1693-94.jpg Hairdressing, 1693-94

LeloirVol1071 1683-94.jpg Hair dresses 1683-94

LeloirVol1072 1687-90.jpg Headdresses 1687-90

LeloirVol1073 1681-95.jpg Court dresses, 1681-1695

LeloirVol1074 1705-10.jpg Hair dresses of 1705-1710

LeloirVol1075 1717-19.jpg Hair dresses of 1717-19

LeloirVol1077 1693-97.jpg Mme de Maintenon 1697, Mlle. d'Auvergne 1693

LeloirVol1078 1694.jpg Peignoir, 1694

LeloirVol1079 1699-1712.jpg Headdresses for aristocratic children 1699-1712

LeloirVol1080 1698-1700.jpg James Stuart and his sister 1698, the daughter of Coypel, 1700

LeloirVol1081 girls.jpg Little girls painted by Watteau, note the leading strings.

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Plates from Leloir's " Histoire du Costume"

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Period Costume for Stage & Screen : Patterns for Women's Dress 1500-1800 Period Costume for Stage & Screen : Patterns for Women's Dress 1500-1800

English Costume from the Seventeenth Through the Nineteenth Centuries English Costume from the Seventeenth Through the Nineteenth Centuries

Patterns of Fashion 1: Englishwoman's Dresses and Their Construction: c.1660-1860 Patterns of Fashion 1: Englishwoman's Dresses and Their Construction: c.1660-1860

Dress in France in the Eighteenth Century Dress in France in the Eighteenth Century

Clothes That Wear Us : Essays on Dressing and Transgressing in Eighteenth-Century Culture

Colonial and Early American Fashions Colonial and Early American Fashions

English Dancing Master : Or, Plaine and Easie Rules for the Dancing of Country Dances, With the Tune to Each Dance

Ye Want to be a Reenactor? A Living History Handbook

Colonial Fashions Paper Dolls Colonial Fashions Paper Dolls

Tidings from the 18th Century Tidings from the 18th Century

The Cut of Women's Clothes, 1600-1930

Four Hundred Years of Fashion Four Hundred Years of Fashion

Early Dance Part 2 Early Dance Part 2

Silk Designs of the Eighteenth Century : From the Victoria and Albert Museum, London Silk Designs of the Eighteenth Century : From the Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Domestic Service and Gender, 1660-1750 (Women and Men in History) Domestic Service and Gender, 1660-1750 (Women and Men in History)

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How To Dance through Time Vol. IV: The Elegance of Baroque Social Dance How To Dance through Time Vol. IV: The Elegance of Baroque Social Dance

American Family of the Pilgrim Period Paper Dolls in Full Color American Family of the Pilgrim Period Paper Dolls in Full Color

Historical Fashion in Detail: the 17th and 18th Centuries Historical Fashion in Detail: the 17th and 18th Centuries

1700 : Scenes from London Life 1700 : Scenes from London Life

Vatel Vatel

Restoration Restoration

Costume Close Up : Clothing Construction and Pattern, 1750-1790 Costume Close Up : Clothing Construction and Pattern, 1750-1790

"The Costumer's Manifesto"
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