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'Day after' wedding dress 1875.

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Blanche Boucher day dress, 1880’s From the Musee Galliera

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Blanche Boucher day dress, 1880’s From the Musee Galliera

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1865-1870 Dress

Dress | probably French

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A morning outfit. c1818 white muslin trousseau gown. Early 1800s blue silk netted purse and ribbon. c1820 embroidered cream cotton shawl.

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Robe du soir 1858-1868

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Dress 1890 The Hermitage Museum

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Dress, French, ca. 1880s. Princess-line, one piece. Bunka Costume MuseumDress, French, ca. 1880s. Princess-line, one piece. Bunka Costume Museum

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An immensely beautiful, puff sleeved, elegantly tailored ensemble dating from 1887-91

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Edwardian

Enchanted Serenity of Period Films: Edwardian Fashion - Image Gallery 2

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1890s visiting suit

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1881

Dress | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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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.

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Day dress ca. 1870-75. Heavyweight silk faille, lace, and velvet. Trimmed with lace, velvet, velvet buttons, and hand-covered and stitched silk faille buttons. Bell-sleeved, fitted bodice, bustle over skirt. Full skirt with extra-long, pleated train. Hand- and machine-stitched. Escape to Elegance/Ruby Lane

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~1914 tea dress~

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Robe Volante 1700-1735 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dress | Italian

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1870-1880 Victorian dress, probably from India. Decorated with a chainstitch embroidery. Antwerp Fashion Museum (Mode Museum) T94/245ABC

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Day Dress (bodice and skirt) 1863-65. "During this period the wide skirt was fashionable. The fullness of the skirt had receded towards the back of the garment creating a flatter front. Women had crinoline petticoats made of steel hopes under their dresses to give the required shape. Lightweight fabrics (silk and muslin) were popular. This gown is silk with hand embroidery in black silk with black taffeta and a lace collar." Victoria and Albert museum.

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Day Dress (bodice and skirt) 1863-65. "During this period the wide skirt was fashionable. The fullness of the skirt had receded towards the back of the garment creating a flatter front. Women had crinoline petticoats made of steel hopes under their dresses to give the required shape. Lightweight fabrics (silk and muslin) were popular. This gown is silk with hand embroidery in black silk with black taffeta and a lace collar." Victoria and Albert museum.

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Evening Dress, 1858-68

Fripperies and Fobs

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Marktplaats.nl > Victorian Times" Prachtig Victoriaans Antiek - Antiek en Kunst - Antiek | Woonaccessoires

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Evening dress, Jean-Philippe Worth, ca. 1908-10. Silk (satin, organza, chiffon) and lace. Two pics with different faults & virtues. Photo: Piotr Szaradowski from Muzealne Mody (Fashion Museum) blog

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Circa 1885 wool tartan trimmed with dark green velvet day dress, British, via National Museums of Scotland.

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1890s Victorian Promenade Visiting Suit Dress XSmall - Grt Styling

1890s Victorian Promenade Visiting Suit Dress XSmall - Grt Styling: 2694: Removed

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Edwardian | 1909

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