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May 1882, The Queen, The Lady's Newspaper

Place of Creation: Europe, France, Île-de-France, Paris Date: 1876-1880

Manchester City Galleries - Search the collection

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Miss May Primrose wore this cream silk satin bodice and draped and trained skirt decorated with embroidered net and artificial pearls for her wedding in 1885, to Major Herbert Littledale. Made by Gladman & Womack, Court Dress Makers in London. Via V&A.

Wedding dress | Gladman & Womack | V&A Search the Collections

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1806-1809 From Nancy Bradford's Costume in Detail

Dark green silk taffeta dress, 1884. It was worn by Effie McDougal at her marriage to William Walker Evans on December 25, 1884 in Marion, SC. Courtesy of the Charleston Museum.

High Victoriana : Photo

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Stunning embroidered 1850 gown.

fashionsfromhistory: Day Dress c.1880s Nordiska Museet

Fashions From History

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1895, Ireland - Trousers - Wool gabardine

Trousers | V&A Search the Collections

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The Museum of Fine Arts exhibit, 'High Style and Hoop Skirts: 1850s Fashion,' is on display at the museum until March 15, 2005. Here, we see an American dress in two parts from about 1850, made with a jacquard-woven silk compound weave. The man's frock coat, also from the 1850s, is of wool, cotton, and quilted glazed broadcloth; the plush silk hat is French, from about 1840-1865, with a silk twill lining at the brim, a black grosgrain ribbon, and leather hat band.

1850s Fashion - Boston.com

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Satin damask ball gown, ca. 1895. Champagne-colored fabric supposedly bought from House of Worth. Bodice is meticulously finished inside à la couture, but skirt is not. Chiffon damask overlay on bodice front has floral pattern that matches flowers in the satin. Bodice is boned and lined with ivory silk taffeta. Lace sleeves and neckline insert. Bodice closes in back with lacings. Skirt has train. Both are embellished with ribbons and bouquets of fabric flowers. Vintage Textile

Day dress, Jeanne Paquin, 1891-1900, France

Day dress - Jeanne Paquin, Jean-Baptiste Marie Huet, the Elder

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men's overcoat w/trousers and top hat 1880's

free printable Black and White Ads, for Men's Collars, from an 1880's Victorian Fashion Catalog (from The Graphics Fairy)

1880s Man's Wool Day Suit, NY Tailor via Whitaker Auction Compan.

Originally designed by English country gentlemen to make horseback riding easier, the tailcoat was popularized for daywear by Beau Brummel himself. By the 1860's it was used almost exclusively for evening wear.

Victorian Formal Tailcoat

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Dress, cotton muslin trimmed with self-fabric, c. 1819, English. Museum at FIT accession no. P88.28.2

eMuseum - View Media

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Pelisse, silk taffeta trimmed with cord or piping and lined with silk satin and cotton, c. 1820, English. Victoria and Albert Museum accession no. T.383-1960

Pelisse | V&A Search the Collections

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Dress 1880 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Promenade Dress, Emile Pingat (French, active 1860–96): ca. 1888, French, silk, metallic.

Circa 1876 dress.

Skirt - | FAMSF Explore the Art

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Winter walking dress and bag c. 1874

VICTORIAN RIDING HABIT, 1863

Victorian Riding Habits

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