Deep Red and Black Cotton Gothic Victorian Dress
Hand smocked bonnet pattern...I think I just died of cuteness!
Whitework Embroidery Baby Cap c.1860 Antique Bonnet from stonehouseantiques on Ruby Lane
Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum c.1880
Material World: La Galleria del Costume, Roller printed cotton in pale grey, circa 1837
Yellow and cream striped silk dress with pale blue silk underskirt, ca. 1878. La Galleria del Costume at the Pitti Palace in Venice.
House of Worth, 1886-1887, silk satin, faille, and brocade with lace and rhinestones. Worn by Mrs. Ernest Fenollosa. Philadelphia Museum of Art
1914 Evening dress, France: pink silk/net with sequins and trimmed with clusters of glass beads (a later addition). Via Powerhouse Museum, Sydney.
Mourning dress (once black, now faded) worn by Queen Victoria to her first Privy Council on June 20, 1837, the day of her accession to the throne. Scanned from In Royal Fashion by Kay Staniland
Commissioned in 1851 from designer Eugène Louis Lami by Queen Victoria for the Stuart Ball. The most glamorous of all Queen Victoria’s surviving clothes, this costume was inspired by the court of Charles II. The rich brocade of the underskirt was woven in Benares. The lace of the berthe is a copy of seventeenth-century Venetian raised-point needle lace
Trousseau dress, 1868. One-piece lime green satin with cream, green, gold, and beaded trim. Ten decorative silk-covered buttons with beads. Partly hand-stitched, partly machine-stitched. Very stiff piece of pleated fabric at center front inside bodice. Two large silk-covered cotton pads help create desired shape. Kentucky Historical Society
Evening dress, American or French, ca. 1886-87. Pale cream figured silk trimmed with lace. Philadelphia Museum of Art
Afternoon dress Date: 1886–88 Culture: American Accession Number: C.I.42.131.2
Pale Blue & Ivory Fur Dolman from 1871 (The Metropolitan Museum of Art)
Dinner or evening dress ca. 1870-79. Pistachio green ribbed silk trrimmed with lace, small peacock feathers, and pleated ruffles at hem. Boned bodice lined with natural-colored silk taffeta. Textile Museum & Documentation Center, Spain (IMATEX)
1957, James Galanos.
1930's French Dress in the Met.
Jean Patou navy cloqué silk evening gown, early 1930s, Kerry Taylor Auctions
A sequined flapper dress, French, circa 1928, Kerry Taylor Auctions
Dress Jeanne Lanvin, 1922 The Indianapolis Museum of Art
A 'cobweb' sequined flapper dress, French, circa 1928, Kerry Taylor Auctions
A beaded and sequined flapper dress, circa 1928, Kerry Taylor Auctions