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LOUISE, 18th-Century Dress Rust Orange

Taille: XS

€449,00

LOUISE, 18th-Century Dress in Rust Orange Linen is a historical garment that reproduces the "English dress" or "Round Gown" worn in Western Europe and America around the years 1770-1785. This 18th-century dress in Toffee linen comes in one piece.

DESIGN FEATURES of LOUISE, 18th-Century Dress in Rust Orange Linen

  • Color: RUST ORANGE
  • 18th-Century dress, Round Gown type, in one piece
  • Eyelets on both sides of the front opening for a perfect fit
  • Preformed elbow sleeves trimmed with a delicate lace ribbon
  • Synthetic boning on the back and on both sides of the front opening
  • A large skirt, pleated in the manner of the 18th century, 37,5 inches (95 cm) long.

Kindly note that the chemise is not included, but you can purchase it here.

All About Louise

This 18th-century historical dress faithfully reproduces the "English dress" or "Round Gown" worn in Western Europe and America around the years 1770-1785.

The LOUISE 18th-century dress comes in one piece: the mantua, pleated according to the 18th-century way, is sewn to both sides of the skirt's front panel. The whole gown has a very generous volume of fabric.

The fitted linen bodice is full lined with cotton poplin. Its square neckline closes at the front with a band of eyelets on either side of the opening. A delicate lace ribbon trims the end of the preformed elbow sleeves.

Louise is made of prewashed medium-weight linen (205gr/m), in a range of colors matching Atelier Serraspina's color palette. You can therefore combine your Louise dress with linen or tartan shawls, as well as with sashes from the entire boutique.

Outer fabric: 100% prewashed linenLining: 100% organic cotton

Turn inside out before washing. Use cold hand wash only. Do not bleach, soak, rub, or tumble dry.

The LOUISE dress is to be put on as follows: you slip your dress over your head through the opening. Then you adjust the skirt panel by tying the ties around the waist, like an apron. Once the skirt is in place, just slip your arms through the sleeves of the dress mantua that you'll tie at the front, passing a cord through the eyelets on either side of the opening.

In the presentation photos, the dress is worn over a bum pad which adds volume to the hips and emphases the thinness of the waist.

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The Details

  • Production Time:

    4-6 weeks

  • Color:

    Brown

  • Fabric:

    Linen

  • Product Type:

    18th-century dresses