Ensemble, accessorized. ca. 1775   Culture: American   Medium: silk  Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ensemble, accessorized. ca. 1775 Culture: American Medium: silk Metropolitan Museum of Art

Blue dress, New England, 1775-1795.   Woman’s one-piece robe á l’anglaise (round gown) in blue wool tabby, with the waist seam entirely bisecting bodice and skirt. The skirt is made up of three selvage-to-selvage widths, and is box-pleated into the waist seam all around. The gown has three-quarter-length sleeves, and a square neckline in front and back. Museum Collections Fund.  New England Antiques Journal - collection at Historic Deerfield

Blue dress, New England, 1775-1795. Woman’s one-piece robe á l’anglaise (round gown) in blue wool tabby, with the waist seam entirely bisecting bodice and skirt. The skirt is made up of three selvage-to-selvage widths, and is box-pleated into the waist seam all around. The gown has three-quarter-length sleeves, and a square neckline in front and back. Museum Collections Fund. New England Antiques Journal - collection at Historic Deerfield

Blue dress, New England, 1775-1795.   Woman’s one-piece robe á l’anglaise (round gown) in blue wool tabby, with the waist seam entirely bisecting bodice and skirt. The skirt is made up of three selvage-to-selvage widths, and is box-pleated into the waist seam all around. The gown has three-quarter-length sleeves, and a square neckline in front and back. Museum Collections Fund.  New England Antiques Journal - collection at Historic Deerfield

Blue dress, New England, 1775-1795. Woman’s one-piece robe á l’anglaise (round gown) in blue wool tabby, with the waist seam entirely bisecting bodice and skirt. The skirt is made up of three selvage-to-selvage widths, and is box-pleated into the waist seam all around. The gown has three-quarter-length sleeves, and a square neckline in front and back. Museum Collections Fund. New England Antiques Journal - collection at Historic Deerfield

Rear view, levite or round gown, The Netherlands, 1780-1800. Sky blue silk taffeta with a light blue silk sash.

Rear view, levite or round gown, The Netherlands, 1780-1800. Sky blue silk taffeta with a light blue silk sash.

Wedding dresses at the V&A - in pictures

Conjunto de la boda del siglo XVIII usado por Miss Jane Bailey en el día de su matrimonio con James Wickham, Chertsey Museum.

Chintz round gown - 1775-1790 - This round gown is made of a glazed printed cotton which was popular for gowns. It would have been available for purchase once the Revolutionary War ended and fabric was once again being imported from Britain. Round gowns became popular during the last quarter of the 18th century. Most gowns in the 18th century had the skirts split down the front, allowing the petticoat to show. Round gowns did not have a split down the front. zoom icon

Chintz round gown - 1775-1790 - This round gown is made of a glazed printed cotton which was popular for gowns. It would have been available for purchase once the Revolutionary War ended and fabric was once again being imported from Britain. Round gowns became popular during the last quarter of the 18th century. Most gowns in the 18th century had the skirts split down the front, allowing the petticoat to show. Round gowns did not have a split down the front. zoom icon

Dress: ca. 1760-1790, copperplate printed linen in a floral pattern. Shown with fichu and engageantes.  Worn by Deborah Sampson (Gannett), (1760-1827), possibly as her wedding dress.

Robe à l'Anglaise, 1760 Vestido "redondo" (con casaca corta), de la Nueva Inglaterra colonial pre-revolucionaria, con bobillo.

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