Pet-en-l'air with matching petticoat

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Pet-en-l'air with matching petticoat

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Jacket (pet-en-l’air) and petticoat, French, late 1760s, Kyoto Costume Institute.

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Pet-en-lair ensemble ca. 1760-1769 via The Victoria Albert Museum "This ensemble represents a popular style of informal dress for women in the 1760s. Known by the French name ‘pet-en-l’air’, it comprises a short jacket in the style of a sack-back gown worn over a petticoat. The silk is very unusual, bearing three different methods of decoration: weaving, embroidery and paint. "

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Linen petenlair or open bodice (back view) with compere fronts and sack back, Scottish, 1780–81 © CSG CIC

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At the Sign of the Golden Scissors Pet en l'air 1760's?

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18th Century Fashion Plate inspiration

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Pet-en-l’air ca. 1770’s From the Textilmuseet - Fripperies and Fobs

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National Museum of Wales / 18 e Century

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Caraco and petticoat, 1770’s From the Musée Galliera

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