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Marie-Antoinette ne supportait plus les robes à panier à cause du corset qui serrait c'est pour cela qu'elle a adopté la fameuse robe sans panier comme le portrait du forum avec sa rose à la main.Les ...

Marie-Antoinette ne supportait plus les robes à panier à cause du corset qui serrait c'est pour cela qu'elle a adopté la fameuse robe sans panier comme le portrait du forum avec sa rose à la main.Les ...

House of Rouff, Paris, ca. 1897. Silk twill and silk cut velvet on twill foundation. Los Angeles County Museum of Art

House of Rouff, Paris, ca. 1897. Silk twill and silk cut velvet on twill foundation. Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Oh yes, I have a pair to do this. But not cut it and use tapestry fabric and trim and hot glue. http://www.bluecigsupply.com/

Oh yes, I have a pair to do this. But not cut it and use tapestry fabric and trim and hot glue. http://www.bluecigsupply.com/

Lady's brocaded silk, leather, and linen shoes, by Johnathan Hose & Son, c. 1756.

Lady's brocaded silk, leather, and linen shoes, by Johnathan Hose & Son, c. 1756.

18th century silk brocade shoes with pattens c. 1720-1740 I www.SarahElizabethGallery.com

18th century silk brocade shoes with pattens c. 1720-1740 I www.SarahElizabethGallery.com

Pair of woman's shoes, France, c. 1720. Grey silk embroidered with floral motifs in multicoloured silks. by Jinx62

Pair of woman's shoes, France, c. 1720. Grey silk embroidered with floral motifs in multicoloured silks. by Jinx62

Lady’s canvas pumps with very high back lacing through seven metal eyelets. Decorated with embroidery. Low knock on heel, France, circa 1860-1865.

Lady’s canvas pumps with very high back lacing through seven metal eyelets. Decorated with embroidery. Low knock on heel, France, circa 1860-1865.

Wedding shoes, English, c.1770s  Many 18th-century wedding dresses and shoes featured brocaded floral designs in keeping with the fashion of the day. These English shoes were worn by a Mrs. Gardner, née Peale, on her wedding day.

Wedding shoes, English, c.1770s Many 18th-century wedding dresses and shoes featured brocaded floral designs in keeping with the fashion of the day. These English shoes were worn by a Mrs. Gardner, née Peale, on her wedding day.

Marie Antoinette's slippers, 1790-93, labelled "Worn by Maria Antonietta, late Queen of France at the time She was taken to Paris", The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Marie Antoinette's slippers, 1790-93, labelled "Worn by Maria Antonietta, late Queen of France at the time She was taken to Paris", The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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