Caraco

A caraco is a style of woman`s jacket that was fashionable from the mid-18th to early 19th centuries. Caracos were thigh-length and opened in front, with tight, three-quarter or long sleeves. Like gowns of the period, the back of the caraco could be fitted to the waist or could hang in pleats from the shoulder in a `sack-back`. Caracos were gen......
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Caraco

A caraco was a women's jacket worn during the 18th century. The caraco was of the same design as the accompanying gown, very full in the skirt, cut away at the front and cut off at the hip.
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