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    Historical Clothing 1800's


    Historical Clothing 1800's

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    Know your Victorian looks

    More Like Neo Rococo by Puffsan

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    Men’s work pants, denim and brushed cotton, circa 1840, USA, museum purchase.

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    Ball gown Date: ca. 1860 Culture: probably American Medium: silk, cotton

    Ball gown | probably American

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    Circa 1860 Day Dress of fine cotton printed with windowpane check and a floral pattern, pagoda sleeves with sheer engageantes.

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    Maternity Corset? Date: early 19th century, probably British.

    Corset | probably British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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    Corn-blue silk maternity dress with velvet cuffs, 1882-85, ModeMuseum. Via Europeana Fashion Tumblr.

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    Charles Frederick Worth Dress Label: PARIS C. WORTH PARIS c. 1888 Ivory silk satin brocade with floral pattern of morning glories and silk faille stripes; set of bodice and skirt worn over small bustle; bodice with silk tulle and jabot; tulle at neckline and cuffs; silk tulle flounces on front of skirt.

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    Walking dress, ca. 1884. Navy silk satin and silk faille moiré. Overskirt of silk satin draped toward back & connected to large bustle. Skirt trim of pleated silk faille moiré. Kyoto Costume Institute

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    Evening dress ca. 1855-60 From the LEEDS MUSEUM AND GALLERIES

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    Ball gown

    Ball gown | British

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    1873 French Dinner Dress American Dressing Gown-in Dresses from Women's Clothing & Accessories on Aliexpress.com | Alibaba Group

    1873 French Dinner Dress American Dressing Gown-in Dresses from Women's Clothing & Accessories on Aliexpress.com | Alibaba Group

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    Men's daywear, 1818. hmmm

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    Three-piece gown ca. 1878. Greenish-gray beige/sandy-colored silk w/machine-made(?), cream-colored lace and silk velvet bows. Lined w/cream/beige-colored cotton. Day bodice, not boned, has knife-pleated ruffles, long lace sleeves w/wide cuffs. Front button closure. Evening bodice (unboned) has light pink silk trim. Over-the-shoulder cut; closes in front. Skirt has draped apron-style front, bustle back, 21" long train, knife-pleated ruffles on hem train.

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    Dress in two parts, by Atelier Worth, Paris, c. 1878, at the Pitti Palace Costume Gallery. Via Europeana Fashion.

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    1880

    The Ornamented Being

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    Dress, 1850’s, Karen Augusta Antique Lace & Fashion

    Old Rags

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    1870s Dress

    Dress | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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    Dress Date: ca. 1875

    Dress | Irish | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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    Ball gown 1875

    Ball gown | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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    Victorian Dress - c. 1882 2-piece Trained Light Taupe Silk Crepe and Satin Two-Tone Dinner Gown with Golden Silk Taffeta Trim and Train!

    Antique Dress - Item for Sale

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    House of Worth, Silk Dress with Fringe Trim, Paris, 1870s. Look at the little bow at the back, above the train and bustle.

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    Redingote, 1810’s From the Royal Armory and Hallwyll Museum

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    Redingote - c1805-1810, cotton, buttons. Object Number: GAL1952.5.103

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    1880s

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