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Edwardian/Victorian Yummyness

Edwardian/Victorian Yummyness

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1800-1810 dress via Imatex

Dress 1881, French, Made of silk

Dress | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Cotton and metallic thread evening dress ca. 1810 Love the bodice! the combination between the waist and necklines is AWESOME!

Evening dress | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

pearls around a Georgian Lovers eye

White muslin evening dress worn with a scarf,1800-10, Great Britain. Victoria and Albert Museum.

J. Rose Style: Design of the Times: Regency Era Dress


How The West Was Won

Mourning Dress and accessories. For the widow who insists on being fashionable despite bereavement. Victorian

Empress Josephine's court dress from around 1800

Overbust corset Aphrodite by VCoutureBoutique on Etsy


How to Attach a Mantilla Veil to the Head By Alana Armstrong: The mantilla is a popular veil style, passed down from traditional Spanish brides. Mantilla veils are Spanish in origin. They are traditionally secured and draped over a semicircular comb, called a peineta. Modern brides have been charmed by the graceful, romantic look of the veil and it's become a popular choice in bridal parlors. All mantillas are secured with at least one comb, but not all of the veils are made the same. It's...

Victorian Crescent moon and star brooch. A version in crystal would be just fine. ;-)

Victorian terrarium - love the spiderwebs up top.

starry veil

State Hall of the Austrian National Library, Vienna

gothic bride

LALIQUE Cicada Brooch, 1902 Art Nouveau Jewel

Addams Family mansion model

Now THAT'S a spiral staircase. Pele's Castle, Transylvania

Christina Ricci wearing Zac Posen at the 2011 Met Costume Gala


Sheila Baum shot by Joachim Baldauf for Tush Magazine

sweet design