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CASAQUIN: Pequeña variación de la casaca, prenda que se llevaba encima de la blusa, tambien se llamo pet-en-l'air y caracó, cuando se acompañaba de una larga saya.

omgthatdress: Pet-en-l’air jacket ca. via Manchester City Galleries This type of jacket is called a pet-en-l’air, and in all honesty, I’m kind of at a loss to know what exactly the difference between a pet-en-l’air and a caraco is.

Wedding Dress Early 1880s   MET ”

Reception gown (or costume), Mme Ed. Thomé, ca. silk Metropolitan Museum of Art b; Gift of Richard Martin Victorian fashion always contained some kind of historicizing element, and in the fashion’s focus was on the eighteenth century.

Pet-en-l'air, 1780's, English.

informal sack-jacket or pet-en-l'air, reputedly owned by Mrs. Undyed cotton, roller-printed with an all-over Stormont pins design in pinky brown.

Temps d'élégance: Polonaise vs anglaise retroussée en polonaise

Chose promise, chose due : le making of. Last time I showed you my yellow polonaise. As I promised : let’s talk about the making of the d…

STRIPED SILK PET-EN-L’AIR and PETTICOAT, c. 1750. Lime green silk ottoman having wide ombree blue, black and white stripe, the sacque back j...

STRIPED SILK PET-EN-L’AIR and PETTICOAT, c. Lime green silk ottoman having wide ombree blue, black and white stripe, the sacque back jacket with double fan shaped cuff trimmed in looped cord,.

Lovely lace trimmed woman's bodice.

Rare jacket La Pierrot, in green taffeta, rolled back boned in Basque. Square neckline, front boned is closed by a cross lacing for letting appear the corset vest or selected in a different color. Long sleeve fitted closed by three buttons

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