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    • Black dress with electric blue collar, cuffs and trim. No waistline, ruffle down center front with buttons. Long sleeves. Peter Pan collar. Knee to ankle length tiered skirt. Ruffles on skirt at front and sides below hips. Black tie belt ties at...
    • Dress

    • Costume (mode of fashion) ;Clothing ;Dresses (garments)
    • Black dress with electric blue collar, cuffs and trim. No waistline, ruffle down center front with buttons. Long sleeves. Peter Pan collar. Knee to ankle length tiered skirt. Ruffles on skirt at front and sides below hips. Black tie belt ties at...
    • Dress

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    • Two piece brown bustle day dress. Bodice extended front and back, rises at sides. Black lace cuff and collar. Bow at center front neckline and center back waistline. Buttons down center front. Bustle falls from extended bodice at back. Skirt with...
    • Dress

    • Costume (mode of fashion) ;Clothing ;Dresses (garments)
    • Black dress with electric blue collar, cuffs and trim. No waistline, ruffle down center front with buttons. Long sleeves. Peter Pan collar. Knee to ankle length tiered skirt. Ruffles on skirt at front and sides below hips. Black tie belt ties at...
    • Dress

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    • Burgundy velvet dress. Gathered over shoulders and at neckline. Neckline emphasis with self fabric detailing. Long sleeve. Gathered yoke from natural waistline to hipline. Bias cut skirt. Self fabric belt
    • Dress

    • Costume (mode of fashion) ;Clothing ;Dresses (garments)
    • Black dress with electric blue collar, cuffs and trim. No waistline, ruffle down center front with buttons. Long sleeves. Peter Pan collar. Knee to ankle length tiered skirt. Ruffles on skirt at front and sides below hips. Black tie belt ties at...
    • Dress

    • Costume (mode of fashion) ;Clothing ;Dresses (garments)
    • Black dress with electric blue collar, cuffs and trim. No waistline, ruffle down center front with buttons. Long sleeves. Peter Pan collar. Knee to ankle length tiered skirt. Ruffles on skirt at front and sides below hips. Black tie belt ties at...
    • Coats

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    • Gradually, as the waistline is relaxed, dress is more comfortable. The frock coat, morning coat, and a fur-lined overcoat are all fashionable (from Gazette of fashion)
    • Women's dress

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    • From Le Bonheur du Jour. As the 1920s begin, the waistline loses its emphasis. Gowns, cut low in back, are held in place by delicate rhinestone or pearl-decorated straps. Notice the new short marcel wave
    • Women's dress

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    • From Le Bonheur du Jour. Hemlines are uncertain, at first moving up and down. The dress is often bias cut and gathered into a drop waistline. No fastening is needed; the garment pulls easily over the head
    • Holy virgins

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    • A short-sleeved tunic belted at the high waistline. It is draped up on one side, revealing a long white tunica intima. Long veils are attached to the hair (mosaic fragments)
    • Portrait of a young woman

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    • The wide horizontal neckline is defined by contrasting bands of color. The waistline is high. The pleated skirt seems to have a center-front opening which is bordered. Generous puffs of the chemise are pulled through the tied-in sleeves
    • Anne of Cleves

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    • A modified and transitional version of the hennin. The gown is transitional too, with small puffs on the top of the sleeves and a flaring cuff. The waistline is high and straight around
    • David and Bathsheba

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    • In this German version of the round gown, the waistline is lower, while the embroidered band of the partlet remains unchanged in width and position. The wide opening of the bodice is laced over the white skirt below. Now skirts hang in heavy...
    • Isabella of Valois

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    • By the mid-sixteenth century the funnel shaped farthingale is firmly established in Spain as the basis of baroque court dress. Its shape is emphasized by strong lines of braid at the center front, shoulder wings, pointed waistline, and hem. This...
    • King Charles IX

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    • A full-skirted and embroidered jerkin over a cream-colored doublet. Padded pumpkin hose exaggerate the size of the hips and make the waistline seem small. A short cape hangs from the shoulder
    • Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester

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    • A short, fitted doublet with piccadils defining the waistline. Sleeves have a natural-looking form. Small slashes and punched holes create the texture in the fabric. The collar stands very high (artist unknown)
    • Duc de Chevreuse

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    • Another whisk collar with matching cuffs. The waistline is defined by a gold belt which follows the V shape of the doublet. The padded venetians are gathered from waist to knee (Collection of the Earl Spencer, Althrop, Northamptonshire)
    • James I

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    • A tightly fitted doublet with a modest V at the waist. Hose ties are at the waistline. In this example the shaping seams are clearly defined

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