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Old Fashioned Dresses

Old Fashioned Dresses

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Dress, Laferrièrre, ca. 1906-08.Silk satin print with embroidery. Square neckline front and back, a gently puffed piece covers the chest. Three-quarter puffed sleeves decorated with lace band entredeux flanked by embroidered tulle with motifs of flowers & green velvet bias, repeated on waistband and tie on back and hem. Clear influence of Art Nouveau decoration. Museo del Traje

Robe de visite par Paquin, 1903.

Ball Gown By Jacques Doucet (1853-1929) - Made Of Silk And Metal - French c.1898-1900


Robe a l’anglaise, ca. 1780’s. From the ULSTER FOLK & TRANSPORT MUSEUM.


Dress 1890 The Hermitage Museum

Dress, Evening Date: 1898–99 Culture: American

c.1884-85 Bustle dress ensemble worn to a wedding in 1885, blue silk & velvet

Medieval Wedding Dress / Gown

From the website: Perry estate hand-embroidered sheer cotton gown, c.1908.

Ballgown by Jacques Doucet, 1900-05 Paris, Les Arts Décoratifs

ca. 1890-1895 Worth ball gown

Worth Court Gown, 1888 #victorian

Mary Lincoln's Purple Velvet Ensemble. This outfit believed to have been made by African American dressmaker Elizabeth Keckly and worn by the first lady during the winter social season of 1861–62. All three pieces are piped with white satin. The daytime bodice is trimmed with mother-of pearl buttons. Its lace collar is of the period but is not original to the bodice. The evening bodice is trimmed with lace and chenille fringed braid.

robe à la française

Robe, mid-18th century French Patterened light blue ribbed silk, brocaded in polychrome silks, metallic gold, and silver

Dress Date: ca. 1865

Ballkleid, 1845/50, dunkelbrauner Seidentaft

Lovely plaid.

Dress 1865-1868 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Evening dress, ca 1855 US, Kent State

Evening dress, 1855-60 US, Kent State Bodice without the bib: Sleeve:

fripperiesandfobs: Day dress ca. 1850’s From the Centre de Documentació i Museu Tèxtil de Terrassa That fabric…

Dress, ca 1855