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Real Historical Gowns: 1890-1899

dress 1895-1900 Cream silk figured with pinks in red, pink, pale blue and green. Pale green-blue satin. Pale green-blue corded silk.

Lace and crepe wedding gown 1893

Evening dress, 1890s.

Walking Dress, c.1890 creator American School, (19th century) nationality American location © Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent, date 19th (C19th)

Afternoon gown, Isaac Bloom, New York, ca. 1890. Persimmon figured silk with deeper shade of velvet. Skirt and bodice have panels of ecru Renaissance-style lace. Augusta Auctions

Dress, ca 1894-94."Ernest Raudnitz/23 Rue Louis-le-Grand, 23/Paris"

Evening dress, circa 1890s, from the Costume Society via the Chertsey Museum.

House of Worth 1897–1900

Day gown, Worth, ca. 1895. Gray damask satin woven with fuchsias and trimmed with steel beads. Three pieces: bodice, skirt, and belt. Kerry Taylor Auctions/Invaluable

Visiting or promenade dress ca. 1895. Peacock blue wool. Skirt is Princess-style and created with gores. It has deeper gathers in back where it hooks closed. Bodice is boned and has moderate leg o' mutton sleeves. It is very fitted and ends at waist. Has silk trim, lace, and pink silk inset. High collar. Maire McLeod/Ruby Lane

Dress, Dunton Robes, Augusta, ME, ca. 1895. Based on two Paris designs. Maine Historical Society

Ball Gown Jean-Philippe Worth, 1895-1900 The Metropolitan Museum...

Dress c.1891-1892 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

A dove grey faille evening gown, the bodice adorned with cut-steel beads, circa 1893.

Evening dress by Maison Manchon Roland, circa 1895, MFA Boston

Augusta Auctions, April 17, 2013 - NYC: Silk & Lace Wedding Gown, 1895

Dress by MA Connelly, 1892, United States (New York) via MFA Boston

Dress, E. Honnet, Paris, ca. 1895-1900. Textile Museum & Documentation Center of Terrassa (IMATEX)

Dress ca. 1894-95 From the Mint Museum

Dress of silk satin and striped floral jacquard trimmed with beads, 1892-93. The bolero jacket is an integral part of the bodice construction and cannot be worn separately. Shippensburg Univ. Fashion Archives & Museum