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Evening bodice, circa 1864, likely French. Striped and bright blue taffeta, covered buttons. House of Colour.

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Petticoat, robe à la francaise, France, ca. 1760. "Mexicaine" silk taffeta with yellow stripes on cream ground alternating with stripes with small bouquets on light blue and cream ground, linen lining. Sleeve ruffles with pink trimmings.

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Maggie May Fashions- Clothing History Research Pages. Silk brocade, c.1840. Very pretty :) http://www.maggiemayfashions.com/romantic.html#

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This dress represents the plaid trend of the time period. Produced in the mid 1800s, this dress is made of silk and wool. Additionally, the off the collar look is typical of the crinoline period.

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Lazaro, Fall 2015

How beautiful is this ombré silk organza bridal ball gown! Lazaro, Fall 2015 #weddingdress

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Striped Brocaded Satin Bustle Reception Ball Dress Gown 1888. From ebay seller madaboutfans.

Striped Brocaded Satin Bustle Reception Ball Dress Gown 1888. From ebay seller madaboutfans.

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