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Brocade Sack Back Open Robe (1765-1775). Shrimp silk, narrow pale ivory stripes brocaded w/ scattered floral baskets & sprigs, elbow length sleeves, self ruched fabric w/ fly fringe edge trims on sleeves and dress front opening, multicolor striped silk lining, dull red linen bodice lining with 3 center back ties, sleeve linings in ivory and navy wide striped linen homespun, 2 side slits in skirt.
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Late 1800's dress. Reminds me of a dress on the Legend of Sleepy Hollow movie.
late 1800's dress style This looks like a Mourning dress years after the deceased.
I've been saying it for years: if we can bring back almost every era of fashion since the dawn of time (literally including cavemen) why can we not BRING BACK 1800S DRESS!?!!?!!!
1800's dress. I want this dress. I don't know where I would wear it, but I would come up with something
Alice in Wonderland: "Alice ~ Alice, as most of you know, is the main character of the movie. Her style is feminine, but not overly feminine, and she is always wearing a beautiful shade of sky blue. Alice has a very effortless look that’s never rigid, because she tends to partake in adventures that require comfy clothes. In addition, most of her dresses have a vintage feel, so a thrift shop would likely be a great place to find Alice-inspired clothes."
Alice in Wonderland
I'm currently reading The Infernal Devices series by Cassandra Clare (the prequel series to The Mortal Instruments), and these socks remind ...