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Chemisette, 1800-1825. Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire. National Trust Inventory Number 1349950

Chemisette, 1800-1825. Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire. National Trust Inventory Number 1349950

Chemisette, c.1800-25 Snowshill Collection, Gloucestershire UK  http://www.nationaltrustcollections.org.uk/object/1349950 (this is one of the ones in Janet Arnold)

My Regency Journey: Making a Chemisette

Chemisette, c.1800-25 Snowshill Collection, Gloucestershire UK http://www.nationaltrustcollections.org.uk/object/1349950 (this is one of the ones in Janet Arnold)

Snowshill Manor chemisette recreation (Blog post)

My Regency Journey: Making a Chemisette

Snowshill Manor chemisette recreation (Blog post)

camisole, a woman's undergarment similar to a camisole, typically worn so as to be visible beneath an open-necked blouse or dress.

camisole, a woman's undergarment similar to a camisole, typically worn so as to be visible beneath an open-necked blouse or dress.

Woman's collar. American, early 19th century. In the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

Woman's collar. American, early 19th century. In the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

Bodiced petticoat - matching shortgown on this board. Cotton, linen & metal; British (?), 1790-1800. Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, National Trust Inventory nr. 1348737.1

Bodiced petticoat - matching shortgown on this board. Cotton, linen & metal; British (?), 1790-1800. Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, National Trust Inventory nr. 1348737.1

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Frill or Neck Ruff, 1800-1820: Ruffled white collars, sometimes called frills, were especially fashionable accessories between 1800 and 1820; the extensions were tucked down into the neckline, similar to modern dickies.

Frill or Neck Ruff, 1800-1820: Ruffled white collars, sometimes called frills, were especially fashionable accessories between 1800 and 1820; the extensions were tucked down into the neckline, similar to modern dickies.

Evening dress Date: ca. 1810 Culture: French Medium: cotton, metallic thread Accession Number: 1976.137.1

Evening dress Date: ca. 1810 Culture: French Medium: cotton, metallic thread Accession Number: 1976.137.1

This piece was called a Chemisette- used for raising necklines in order to make them acceptable for day wear. 18th-19th century French MET.

This piece was called a Chemisette- used for raising necklines in order to make them acceptable for day wear. 18th-19th century French MET.

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