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Grand Wedding Gown from Paris, 1883

Reception gown, Michigan, 1875-1880. This two-piece silk brocade and taffeta gown was made in the fashion of the early 1870s. Some of the features of the dress are the asymmetrical draping on the overskirt, the trim of poufs around the bottom front of the skirt, the shirring and knife pleating on the bottom back of the skirt, and the crochet-covered iridescent pearls buttons. Texas Tech Univ.

Worth evening dress ca. 1882 From the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Phantom of the Opera (2004), Christine's masquerade ball gown by Alexandra Byrne