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Day dress ca. 1887. Light olive green silk satin bodice and skirt with a long train and bustle, trimmed with rows of ruffles on sleeves and down the front of skirt. Gregg Museum, North Carolina State Univ.

Ballgown, ca. 1880s. Mint green silk faille and lace lined with brown cotton. svpmeow1/ebay and Extant Gowns

Fripperies and Fobs : Photo

Ball Gown 1860, American, Made of silk and cotton

Ball gown | probably American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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In the Swan's Shadow: Cotton summer dress, ca. 1855

In the Swan's Shadow: Cotton summer dress, ca. 1855

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Evening dress (front view) Callot Soeurs Designer: Madame Marie Gerber Date: 1914 Culture: French Medium: silk, metal Accession Number: 2009.300.3161

Wedding Dress (Bodice, Skirt, Petticoat) Date Made 1823 Object Number 1973-06-1 a-c

While Alex’s wedding dress almost certainly fell victim to the ravages of Revolution, it is still possible to see the fabulous dress and ermine trimmed mantle she wore to her coronation two years later

Madame Guillotine - Kill them all if they won't eat cake

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Ballgown ca. 1900. "The crescent moon, an ancient symbol attributed to women, for 'being and ending,' made its appearance in jewellery towards the end of the 19th century. General enthusiasm for archeological excavations, the Orient and the legend of King Arthur, all influenced taste and style of the time." Photo: Christa Losta. Vienna Museum via Europeana Fashion

Evening dress (back view) Callot Soeurs Designer: Madame Marie Gerber Date: 1914 Culture: French Medium: silk, metal Accession Number: 2009.300.3161