The Brunswick gown or Brunswick is a two-piece (jacket and skirt) woman’s gown of the 18th century.
The Brunswick consisted of a jacket and a skirt, but sometimes there was also a vest. The main feature of this gown is a fitted jacket with a hood, two-piece sleeves and the color and fabric of the skirt are the same as the jacket. Otherwise, there were many types for The Brunswick. The jacket could be as long as below the hips or to the hem of the skirt, with a free back or tight-fitting, with a deep neckline or buttoned to the chin, worn with or without a vest.
The Brunswick was popular as a traveling costume.