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Historic  Influences in  Current Designer  Fashions Article in Elle magazine (Fall 2006) Thanks to Tiffany Lee
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HUEC 4072:  HISTORY OF DRESS AND ADORNMENT AFTER 1700 Chapter 12: The Romantic Period 1820 – 1850 Women’s Fashions Dr. Jenna T. Kuttruff Professor School of Human Ecology Louisiana State University
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Romantic Women’s Fashions Book divides women’s fashions into two sections 1820 – 1835 Transition period from Empire Styles (1820-25) Period of big sleeves, shorter and wider skirts 1836 – 1850 Transition period from big sleeves to narrow sleeves More subdued silhouette, with heavy, drooping quality
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Day Dress c. 1820 Brown and blue striped silk taffeta; spencer and dress set; silk taffeta cording and puff decoration on neckline of jacket; matching belt; four lines of flounces at hem of skirt. Pg. 182 Late Empire, Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1817, pg. 183 Transition period from Empire Styles  (1820 - 1825) Koyoto Costume Institute
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transition from Empire silhouette to a new  line Tortora 2006
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p 47, 56 Gibbs-Smith, 1960 Blum, 1978 1820 1825 Transition period from Empire Styles  (1820 - 1825) 1824
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Evening Dress c. 1826. Yellow silk organdy with woven floral pattern; padded silk satin and flounce at hem of skirt. Pg. 184 Day Dress c. 1822 White silk organdy with yellow silk satin stripe; silk chiffon puffs and silk satin padding at hem. Pg. 185 Koyoto Costume Institute Day Dress c. 1826 Green & yellow striped taffeta; leaf shaped appliqués with projecting edge at hem; bows at shoulder. Pg. 186
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Women’s Day Dress (left) and Pelisse (Right) , c. 1820. http://collectionsonline.lacma.org/mwebimages/c_t03_mm/full/AC1999_46_1.jpg : http://www.philamuseum.org/exhibitions/exhibits/best/tour/37.html Redingote Dress, c. 1822-23. http://www.centraalmuseum.nl/database/Item.ph tml?ItemId=29&Terug=1
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The Romantic Period Women: 1820-1835 Marie /mameluke sleeves p 136 Gorsline, 1952 Women’s Cotton Muslin Dress with Marie Sleeve, c. 1820. http://images.vam.ac.uk/ixbin/hixclient.exe?_IXSS_=%2asform%3dsearch_form%26_IXMAXHITS_ %3d15%26_IXDB_%3ddefault%26%24%3dIXALL%3ddress%26_IXSESSION_ %3d&_IXSR_=ek2&_IXSPFX_=full/t&_IXMAXHITS_=1&_IXFIRST_=46&submit- button=summary&_IXSESSION_=
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Transition Period Lower waistlines Emphasis on bust Wider skirts 1820, 1826 Blum, 1978
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By late 1820’s, the new line was established Tortora 2006
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Hand Sewn Cotton Dress, c. 1828 http://images.vam.ac.uk/ixbin/hixclient.exe?_IXSS_=%2asform %3dsearch_form%26_IXMAXHITS_%3d15%26_IXDB_%3ddefault %26%24%3dIXALL%3ddress%26_IXSESSION_ Period of “Big Sleeves”  (Late 1820s – Early 1830s)
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Period of “Big Sleeves” (Late 1820s – Early 1830s) Riding Dress, 1825 http://www.costumes.org/history/regency/bo ehn/ridingdress1825.JPG
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