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Pale Blue & Ivory Fur Dolman from 1871 (The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Dinner or evening dress ca. 1870-79. Pistachio green ribbed silk trrimmed with lace, small peacock feathers, and pleated ruffles at hem. Boned bodice lined with natural-colored silk taffeta. Textile Museum & Documentation Center, Spain (IMATEX)

1935 wedding gown

Jean Patou navy cloqué silk evening gown, early 1930s, Kerry Taylor Auctions

A 'cobweb' sequined flapper dress, French, circa 1928, Kerry Taylor Auctions

Passion for Fashion

Jumpsuit Rudi Gernreich, 1968 The Indianapolis Museum of Art

Robe d’intérieur, France, 1857-1863. Les Arts Décoratifs - Site officiel - Diaporama.

Evening Dress, House of Worth 1907, French, Made of silk and satin

JEWELED FLAPPER DRESS, 1920's. Sleeveless white and black net over nude chiffon, pieced in an arrow and diamond pattern, decorated with crystal and black beads and rhinestones, scalloped hem with beaded rings.

Dress 1823 The Philadelphia Museum of Art

Circa 1920s Callot Soeurs evening dress; silk, velvet, silver metallic embroidery thread, and faux pearls via Indianapolis Museum of Art

Indianapolis Museum of Art

Dress Gilbert Adrian, 1940s The Goldstein Museum of Design

Adrian Classical One-Shoulder Gown American, late 1940s

Gilbert Adrian 1940s jacket with lots of wonderful pleats. He was a Hollywood designer to the stars like Joan Crawford and also designed the costumes for "The Wizard of Oz". This would look great with so many things.