Emma Danks-Lambert

Emma Danks-Lambert

Emma Danks-Lambert
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Baroque 18th century rococo fashion

Woman's Robe à la Française and Petticoat France or England, circa Costumes; ensembles Silk plain weave (faille) with silk and metallic-thread supplementary weft patterning, and metallic lace trim

Corset Dress 1720. Interesting fact - Eighteenth century stays were also made using whale bone (actually baleen hair from a whale’s mouth), not steel, over time the boning would take the shape of the wearer, making it more comfortable than later steel boned corsets. They were usually fully boned, but occasionally you found partly boned stays

France Sack-Back Closed Robe, Costume/clothing principle attire/entire body, Silk plain weave with supplementary warp patterning; silk woven-braid trim, Center back length: 61 in.

1700 Period Clothing | 1700's Era Colonial Womans Gown / Dress Size by HistoryInMaking

1700 Period Clothing | 1700's Era Colonial Womans Gown / Dress Size by HistoryInMaking

Catherine Parr’s Blue Gown (Young Bess, 1953) - If I'd had money in the Middle Ages, this would have been my style!

Catherine Parr’s Blue Gown (Young Bess, This is a head turning, jaw dropping, Stunningly Beautifuly, Gorgeous gown! Did I mention that I LOVE it?

Lana Turner "Diane de Poitiers – Countess de Breze" Black Satin Period Gown

Lana Turner "Diane de Poitiers – Countess de Breze" Black satin period gown with ermine cape designed by Walter Plunkett

Winter

Winter had finally come, marking the end of an era. It was time to train her successor and say farewell. She let out a deep sigh of relief. At long last the weight of the world would come to fall on someone else's shoulders.