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Historia del traje

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History of Swimwear #Infographic - a hilarious visual history of the swimsuit http://www.backyardocean.com/History-Of-Swimwear-Bikini-Thong-Infographic-s/758.htm

History of Swimwear #Infographic - a hilarious visual history of the swimsuit http://www.backyardocean.com/History-Of-Swimwear-Bikini-Thong-Infographic-s/758.htm

Historia del traje - History of costume

Historia del traje - History of costume

Dress, 2 pieces, ca. 1865. Gray silk with embroidered blue satin stripes. Bodice trimmed with lace and lined in satin; skirt lined in taffeta and linen. Photo:  Ares Munio Rodiles. Museo del Traje, Madrid

Dress, 2 pieces, ca. 1865. Gray silk with embroidered blue satin stripes. Bodice trimmed with lace and lined in satin; skirt lined in taffeta and linen. Photo: Ares Munio Rodiles. Museo del Traje, Madrid

Historia del traje - History of costume

Historia del traje - History of costume

Casaca (jacket), skirt, and same Casaca laid flat, 1740, Spain. metal, cotton, linen, silk, paper. polychrome and gilded silver. Casaca is hip-length, open in front and side pleats that start from a button covered in the same fabric. The sleeve, three quarter with triangular back. The jacket, along with the petticoat (skirt) was a common dress among the Spanish female population of the first half of the eighteenth century.  Museo del Traje.

Casaca (jacket), skirt, and same Casaca laid flat, 1740, Spain. metal, cotton, linen, silk, paper. polychrome and gilded silver. Casaca is hip-length, open in front and side pleats that start from a button covered in the same fabric. The sleeve, three quarter with triangular back. The jacket, along with the petticoat (skirt) was a common dress among the Spanish female population of the first half of the eighteenth century. Museo del Traje.

Dress, ca. 1870-72, with fitted, boned bodice & skirt open in front & forming bustle in back. Lace fichu with hexagonal tulle background & floral embroidery. Museo del Traje

Dress, ca. 1870-72, with fitted, boned bodice & skirt open in front & forming bustle in back. Lace fichu with hexagonal tulle background & floral embroidery. Museo del Traje

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