An article of dress for women, consisting of a body and an outer skirt in one piece.
A bed set lengthwise against the wall, sometimes in an alcove, surmounted by a small dome and elaborately dressed. Usually has high ends. Also refers to style of 18th century dress.
dress with fullness in back where a sash was tied into a bow.
a woman's dress with a tight bodice and an overskirt drawn back to reveal a colorful underskirt
a bodice and overskirt in one garment
a Polish word for a dress with a tight bodice and a short skirt divided in front and looped, or drawn back, over a longer skirt
A gown which has been pulled up in back and on the sides into large poufs of fabric by means of cords, buttings, ties, or whatever means. Any open style of gown may be polonaised.
dress with a close-fitting body and full skirt looped up to form three vertical panels and festoons.
A polonaise (originally robe Ã la Polonaise) is a woman's garment of the later 1770s and 1780s or a similar revival style of the 1880s, consisting of a gown with a fitted bodice and cutaway, draped and poofed overskirt, worn over an underskirt or petticoat.