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Versailles (TV Series 2015–2018) - IMDb

Versailles (TV Series 2015–2018) photos, including production stills, premiere photos and other event photos, publicity photos, behind-the-scenes, and more.

Cream white linen gathered to form hood with two long pointed linen lappets edged with bobbin lace on top of hood and bands of cut work. The linen is spotted and stained. Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Antique Lace, Vintage Lace, Ropa Interior Vintage, Lacemaking, Lace Veils, Crochet Lace, Crochet Edgings

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Cream white linen gathered to form hood with two long pointed linen lappets edged with bobbin lace on top of hood and bands of cut work. The linen is spotted and stained.

  Dolly Dress, Angel Dress, Barbie Dress, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Pretty Dolls, Beautiful Dolls, Couture Fashion, Fashion Dolls

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 From Wikimedia. Historical Art, Historical Clothing, Baroque Fashion, Royal Fashion, English Restoration, Elizabethan Costume, European Costumes, Luis Xiv, 17th Century Fashion

Elisabeth Albertine von Anhalt-Dessau | Grand Ladies

The components of Elisabeth Albertine's dress can be identified including the bodice that ends in a vee seated between the over-skirt-bustle and the under-skirt. The bodice has revers framing a stomacher. The over-skirt appears to be attached with a waist band. Creasing created by gathering over-skirt material to the waist band is visible. The bottom of her hem shows beneath the raised hem of her skirt. Fontanges era prints show gloves were a must accessory.

Versailles: No Sex Please, We’re American Versailles Tv Series, British Press, 17th Century Fashion, Sofia Coppola, Ballet, Anne Boleyn, Period Costumes, Baroque Fashion, Historical Romance

Versailles: No Sex Please, We’re American

Have you noticed? Yeah. We were promised loads of hot historical costume sex in the Versailles series — the British press screamed about it all during the show’s summer 2016 run. But NO…

 Women’s overgown, belonged to Magdalena Sibylla of Saxony silk, gold trim, gold posament buttons (Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden) 17th Century Clothing, 17th Century Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Baroque Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Or Violet, Online Collections, Women In History

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ab. 1630-1635 Women’s overgown, belonged to Magdalena Sibylla of Saxony silk, gold trim, gold posament buttons (Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden)

In this print, the Marquise de Maintenon wears a mantua and a high coiffure, probably with a ridge of bows and ribbons at the top. Historical Art, Historical Clothing, Female Clothing, Fashion History, Fashion Art, 17th Century Fashion, 18th Century, Main Image, Riding Habit

Marquise de Maintenon wearing a Fontanges headdress | Grand Ladies

In this print, the Marquise de Maintenon wears a mantua and a high coiffure, probably with a ridge of bows and ribbons at the top.

This is another late century print of the Marquise de Montespan lavishly dressed with a Fontanges headdress, fripon curls, mantua, and lace almost. 17th Century Clothing, 17th Century Fashion, 17th Century Art, Historical Art, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Marquise, Louis Xiv, Mode Baroque

17th century – Fashion Through Herstory

Posts about 17th century written by fashionthrougherstory

*** This waistcoat has been on my to do list for a long time. 17th Century Clothing, 19th Century Fashion, 16th Century, Tudor Fashion, Baroque Fashion, Historical Dress, Historical Clothing, Tudor Tailor, Elizabethan Dress

Rust Waistcoat

*** This waistcoat has been on my to do list for a long time... ...and it still is. Kinda. I originally intended this as a quick project, using the exact pattern and construction method as my trusty old blue waistcoat. The only thing I tweaked was the size of the godets. In addition to gaining a bit of weight, my skirts are narrower and less full than the ones I used to make, which means my waist to hip ratio isn't as large as it used to be. As a result I don't need as much of a flare in the…