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Baroque fashions Found on "history of fashion" http://fashionhistory.zeesonlinespace.net/baroque.html This style exhibits the baroque characteristics of curvature, detail, and patterns.

Baroque fashions Found on "history of fashion" http://fashionhistory.zeesonlinespace.net/baroque.html This style exhibits the baroque characteristics of curvature, detail, and patterns.

Isabel of France c. 1621 Photo number 711779 | Upyourpic.org - Hosting 4 photos

Isabel of France c. 1621 Photo number 711779 | Upyourpic.org - Hosting 4 photos

1622 Anne of Austria (1601–1666) by Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640) Felipe III's daughter  married young Louis XIII (son of Marie de Medici)

1622 Anne of Austria (1601–1666) by Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640) Felipe III's daughter married young Louis XIII (son of Marie de Medici)

Alonso Sánchez Coello: A lady with a fan. 1570-1573. Madrid, Museo del Prado. source.

Alonso Sánchez Coello: A lady with a fan. 1570-1573. Madrid, Museo del Prado. source.

Images of pregnancy maternity fashion - 17th century maternity style.jpg

Historical style: Maternity fashion across the ages

1688-1693 Louise Françoise de Bourbon, mademoiselle de Nantes by François de Troy (Museo Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - Barcelona Spain)

1688-1693 Louise Françoise de Bourbon, mademoiselle de Nantes by François de Troy (Museo Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - Barcelona Spain)

Margherita di Cosimo II ; portrait of a Medici Princess by Justus Susterman (Ball State University, Muncie Indiana)

Margherita di Cosimo II ; portrait of a Medici Princess by Justus Susterman (Ball State University, Muncie Indiana)

1610-1615 British jacket linen plain weave, embroidered with silk and metallic threads and spangles - metallic bobbin lace (MFA Boston)

1610-1615 British jacket linen plain weave, embroidered with silk and metallic threads and spangles - metallic bobbin lace (MFA Boston)

French farthingale used to support petticoats, no neck ruff just an open lace design on a supportese, Eschelles used to decorate the bodice, and at the laced points.

French farthingale used to support petticoats, no neck ruff just an open lace design on a supportese, Eschelles used to decorate the bodice, and at the laced points.

Elisabeth of Valois (1545-1568), princess of France, later queen of Spain, painted by Alonso Sánchez Coello.

Elisabeth of Valois (1545-1568), princess of France, later queen of Spain, painted by Alonso Sánchez Coello.

Marchesa Brigida Spinola-Doria, 1606 | Marchesa was from an old and extremely wealthy Genoese family - the Dorias - who played a major role in the history of the Republic of Genoa and in Italy, from the 12th to the 16th century.

Marchesa Brigida Spinola-Doria, 1606 | Marchesa was from an old and extremely wealthy Genoese family - the Dorias - who played a major role in the history of the Republic of Genoa and in Italy, from the 12th to the 16th century.

Baroque Fashion - Oh My, Yes! I want to see @hobnickerson dressed like this!

Baroque Fashion - Oh My, Yes! I want to see @hobnickerson dressed like this!