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A stomacher is a decorated triangular panel that fills in the front opening of a woman's gown or bodice. The stomacher may be boned, as part of a corset, or may ...

Stomacher - Fashion, Costume, and Culture: Clothing, Headwear ...


The stomacher was an essential part of women's gowns, from about 1570 to 1770. In its most basic form it was a long V-or U-shaped panel that decorated the  ...

Tudor stomacher - On the Tudor Trail


Nov 13, 2011 ... Today's post is an entertaining guest post by Anne Barnhill whose debut historical novel, At the … [Read more...] Filed Under: Anne Boleyn, ...

Tudor Underwear - Tudors


Fast and accurate facts about the Tudor Underwear. ... The stomacher could be made with the same fabric of the dress, or of contrasting fabric and therefore ...

Elizabethan Stomacher on Pinterest | Buxton, Elizabethan Gown ...


Explore Wendy Ryle's board "Elizabethan Stomacher" on Pinterest, the world's ... Hand embroidered stomacher panel of my Tudor/Elizabethan inspired corset.

Tudor dress: portfolio of images


Other non-Tudor collections include 15th Century Female Flemish Dress and .... The famous red dress that supports the "stomacher pinned over front lacing" ...

Redesign It: Queen Mary's Stomacher | The Court Jeweller


Mar 24, 2015 ... Today, have a crack at the stomacher in Queen Elizabeth II's ..... dress or Tudor style, like the wedding dress of Princess Margaret's daughter.

History of the Corset - Elizabethan Costuming Page


One possible method for creating this flattened bosom is that the Tudor bodices and stomachers were stiffened with buckram (glue-stiffened canvas) to achieve ...

Tudor Dress - Tudor Times


Apr 22, 2015 ... In this interview with the Tudor Roses, Tudor Times looks at what the Tudors ... Eventually, the stomacher started to be sewn under one arm, ...

Tudor dress - ComHem


It gets really funny when it's called "French Tudor" or "Flemish Tudor". I know it's ... An easy way adapt your clothing would be to wear it without the stomacher.

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stomacher | The Pragmatic Costumer


Stomacher and matching Gown, mid 18th century. Stomachers were an essential part of a woman's wardrobe beginning with a rise of pairs of bodies and stays ...

Stomacher | Define Stomacher at Dictionary.com


Stomacher definition, a richly ornamented garment covering the stomach and chest, worn by both sexes in the 15th and 16th centuries, and later worn under a  ...

The Stomacher Project on Pinterest | 18th Century, Silk and British


Detail of woman's mantua, stomacher and petticoat, Italy, ca. 1700; Gold ..... Stomacher - the ivory satin ground embroidered with a tudor rose and other flowers.