Stock Photo: Tradeswoman of Lisieux. She wears a serre-tete fixed with a double ribbon, like those worn by the women of Paris at night. The term "grisette" referred to a working class woman, usually in the clothes trade, but also carried the connotation of floozy. Hand-colored fashion plate illustration by Lante engraved by Gatine from Louis-Marie Lante's "Costumes des femmes du Pays de Caux," 1827/1885. With their tall Alsation lace hats, the women of Caux and Normandy were famous for the elegance and style
Stock Photo: 4409-71330 Tradeswoman of Lisieux. She wears a serre-tete fixed with a double ribbon, like those worn by the women of Paris at night. The term "grisette" referred to a working class woman, usually in the clothes trade, but also carried the connotation of floozy. Hand-colored fashion plate illustration by Lante engraved by Gatine from Louis-Marie Lante's "Costumes des femmes du Pays de Caux," 1827/1885. With their tall Alsation lace hats, the women of Caux and Normandy were famous for the elegance and style

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