Moda 1800 - 1850
omgthatdress: Afternoon Dress 1849 The Museum at FIT
Day dress ca. 1845 From LACMA
Day dress ca. 1845 From LACMA - Fripperies and Fobs
[via google translate] ca. 1800 "Spencer" silk pique brown and beige. Adjusted to the torso, below the chest, high collar neckband, is decorated with an application of cord wound on silk core. The "spencer", also called jerkin in Spain. Museo del Traje.
Daguerreotype of Woman w Bonnet Man w Ornate Basket Man A Top Hat | eBay
19th Century Costumes from the Victoria and Albert Museum as seen in "Old English Costumes" c.1908 Part 1 1800-1830 Plate 33. A dress of gold gauze when George IV. reigned. Victorian photo of extant Regency dress. Love the band repeated at the waist and hem.
Silk gauze evening dress, c.1805-10, from the Vintage Textile archives.
Town dress with chemisette owned by Empress Josephine, First Empire From the Chateau de Malmaision Costume Collection white muslin, embroidered with a sprinkling of flowers and embellished with a ruché trim. This outfit comes from the family of Madame Poyard who looked after the Empress’s wardrobe after 1809.”
A three quarter length Marcella archery jacket; 1855. Museum of London. "A back view of a three quarter length white cotton Marcella archery jacket with pagoda sleeves, trimmed in military style with braid and covered conical buttons. Worn by Mrs. Fanny Giveen (1833-1863), the wife of Captain Xavier Giveen."
Dress 1837, American made of silk ~~~~~ Over a few years after 1836 the Romantic sleeve fullness inevitably worked its way down the sleeve giving a much tighter top arm and more fullness at the elbow. Next the elbow fullness dropped to the wrist and excess material was gathered into a rouleau or band creating a new sleeve shape.
1837 American silk dress
Jacket and petticoat, early-to-mid-18th century
c1820 brown silk spencer. The silk is a chocolate brown, but can take on a purple sheen. High front waist, but lower at the back. Double-piped revers at the front, but no actual collar. Double-piped sleeve caps. Cuffs single piped.
Stole 1810 cotton, Indian. Met museum