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La Rose Couture

Scheerderhof 40 5709 GM Helmond
The Netherlands

la_rose_couture@hotmail.com

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Rococo
 
 

Thise style of dress, called a Robe al la Francaise, was one of the most popular styleof dress during the 18th century. It is not hard to think why due to the extravagnt style of the panier shape and rich embellishments. The back of the dress has a pleated train that starts from the shoulders and hides a pannel where the dress can be laced up. The front of the dress can be closed with hook and eyes, or period correct with pins.

 

The skirt, or pettiecoat, has slits that correspond with the panier so you can reach loose pockets that are tied around the waist. Underpinnings are not included, please see my underpinnings page.

 

Starting price Luxory    : € 1500,00

Starting price Exquisite: € 2000,00

 

See my contact page to order or ask any questions.

 

Model: Lady Amaranth

Photographer: Lux Immortalis Photography

MUA: Milda Salzano

 

Madame de Lamballe

This dress is a modern twist on an 18th century gown and has a bodice, skirt and pettiecoat. The bodice a stomacher that is attached and opens on one side with hidden hooks and eyes. The bodice has square neckline, end in a V and has a V back. The sleeves are three quarter in length and has organza engageants. The pettiecoat has slits which correspond with the panier so you can reach loose pockets tied around the waist, if one is wearing loose pockets.

 

The pettiecoat is embellishment with a ruche of organza with lace and a chain of glass pearls with ribbon bows.

 

Underpinnings are not included, please see my underpinnings page.

 

Starting price Luxory    : € 1500,00

Starting price Exquisite: € 2000,00

 

See my contact page to order or ask any questions.

 

Photographer: Viona Art

 

Marquis de Merteuil

 

I've made this suit for my husband for our 18th century themed wedding! I've spend months finding the right material and have even found a company that reproduces 18th century fabrics of which his waistcoat is made. The outfit consists of a white linnen shirt with French cotton lace ruffles and cuffs. Across the collar a white linnen stock is worn/

 

The front of the waistcoat is made from silk damask and the back from sold silk, as was correct for the period (most had backs of sold linnen, but I choose silk as would have been worn at court). The waistcoat closes with fabric coverd buttons and has  2 pockets with pocket flaps. The coat has a full skirt with 2 pleats and a split at the back. The cuffs and front of the coat has been embellished with embroiderd lace. The coat has 2 big pockets with pocket flaps and the coat is fully lined with silk. The breeches are also made from silk and close at front with fabric coverd buttons and has a lacing at the back. 

 

Starting price Luxory    : € 1500,00

Starting price Exquisite: € 2000,00 

(as shown €2750,00)

 

See my contact page to order or ask any questions.

 

Photographer: Eline Spek

 

Madame du Polonaise

This dress is called a Polonaise and doesn't need a panier as support, but one can opt for a false rump. The dress has a bustled back made possible with 2 fabric covered buttons at the back at which ribbons are tied. The dress closses with hidding hooks and eyes at the front and has a round neckline which has been decorated with boxpleated fabric. The front is also decorated with hand sewn boxpleated fabric. The three quarter sleeves have cuffs which have been decorated with fabric covered buttons.

 

The petttiecoat has a pleated ruch with a pined double edge.Underpinnings are not included, please see my underpinnings page.

 

Starting price Luxory    : € 900,00

Starting price Exquisite: € 1200,00

 

See my contact page to order or ask any questions.

 

Photographer: Heike Suhre

MUA: Esther de Graaf

Models; Edmond Steens and Marieke Oldenburger