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Sky blue silk faille dress, 1870s, designed and labeled by Mme. Gabrielle / Robes  Confections / 205 Rue St. Honoré in Paris. From the collections of the Charleston Museum

Sky blue silk faille dress, 1870s, designed and labeled by Mme. Gabrielle / Robes Confections / 205 Rue St. Honoré in Paris. From the collections of the Charleston Museum

Woman's Day Dress  Artist/maker unknown, American  Geography: Made in United States, North and Central America  Date: c. 1838 Medium: Warp-printed silk taffeta

Woman's Day Dress Artist/maker unknown, American Geography: Made in United States, North and Central America Date: c. 1838 Medium: Warp-printed silk taffeta

Printed Silk Fancy Dress, Two Piece 18th Century Style, Cream Satin And Rose Print    c.1890

Printed Silk Fancy Dress, Two Piece 18th Century Style, Cream Satin And Rose Print c.1890

She twisted her hair into an elegant bun, attempting to steady her nerves. This was the day! He was surely going to ask her to marry him. She grinned at her reflection in the mirror. Why else would he arrange a secret meeting in their special place?

This dress is known as the Valdemar Slot Gown. The fabric is moss green silk brocade with real gold threads, dating from 1695-1700

This dress is known as the Valdemar Slot Gown. The fabric is moss green silk brocade with real gold threads, dating from 1695-1700