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Dress, ca. 1805, French, cotton, wool, metal. In the Metropolitan Museum of Art collection. (More pictures of this dress are available on the museum's website.)

LOVE THIS COLOR! Dress 1844 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1874-1875 Silk afternoon dress - love the scallops and detail down the front and sides of the skirt.

Dress Date: 1891–92 Culture: American Medium: cotton, silk Accession Number: C.I.62.36.3a, b The Metropolitan Museum of Art

"Dress, blue, black, and gold. Date: 1880 Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton. Accession Number: C.I.55.40.4a, b" The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Dress

Dress, Visiting James McCreary and Co., N.Y. Date: ca. 1889 Culture: American Medium: silk, cotton Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession Number: C.I.57.48a, b

I love these!! So in love with how they look! First, you need some cotton batting, a paper lantern, and three flameless candles, the type that Glade sells. Pull at the cotton batting until it looks fluffy, light, and cloud-like. Then, hot glue it to the outside of the paper lantern in various places. Make sure it's fluffed to your liking, then light the lights and stick them inside. Hang the lantern wherever you'd like.