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Allison Lee HUEC 4072 10-10-11 Dressed for Eternity 1. In HUEC 4072 and the Dressed for Eternity exhibition, what I found in the exhibition and what I have learned in class is that is that a lot of the undergarments found in the exhibition were very similar to those in the 18 th century, Baroque and Rococo chapter. Figure 10.2 in chapter 10 of the text, Survey of Historic Costume, shows a perfect example of an undergarment found in the exhibition. 2. In the exhibition, Emma Toups bonnet resembles the bonnets from chapter 11, The Directorie Period and the Empire Period, in the text Survey of Historic Costume, table 11.1 shows the example of what the bonnet that we learned in class. 3. C. L. Lacapere undersleeves, in the exhibition, lets us actually see what an undersleeve looks like from what we have learned in the Baroque and Rococo, as
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Unformatted text preview: well as in the Crinoline period. Even though the undersleeves in the exhibition were not as big as the ones in the Crinoline period, it is still an example of what an undersleeve looks like. 4. The replication of the nightgown in the exhibition, looks quite similar to the nightgowns/banyans from the Baroque and Rococo period in the book. The nightgown in the exhibition is plain white, while the ones in the book look decorative, with “printed cotton chintz” and “East Indian fabric”. Survey of Historic Costume. 5. The dress that was made my Ms. Welker, reminds me of some of the dresses from the Crinoline period. The dress has box pleats similar to those in the Crinoline period....
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2012 for the course HUEC 4072 taught by Professor Kutruff during the Fall '11 term at LSU.

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