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This could be cute using my tie dye maxi and jacket with yellow bag.

Friday Favorites - Iowa Girl Eats

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Irish Crochet Lace Dress 1908

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The Borgias pink dress - Medieval and Renaissance Dresses Awesome!

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Dress 1800s

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Oh my god, I love the color!

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Peach silk dress with day bodice, French, ca. 1864. Labels: "Mme. Cuper, Rue St. Honoré" and "Walker S. Poor, Ridgefield, Conn., 2/27/45"

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Lovely brown trim on this one

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c. 1805-1810 Embroidered Empire Muslin Gown

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Why don't we dress like this anymore?

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Embroidered Chinese silk caraco and skirt, Danish, c. 1780's. Worn by Baroness Iselin.

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Afternoon Dress 1865

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Marie Antoinette's home built in 1783 in Versailles.

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That famous moment.

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Wow! [Long waist and narrow sleeve makes me think this is late 1860s]

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Titanic wreck artifacts

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Dress

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Dress circa 1858. Met Museum

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Civil War era

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Evening dress, 1800-05 England

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Jiffy Pop

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Late 18th Century, LACMA

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1858-63 Convertible Dress.

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Fireplace now and then Titanic

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Charles Frederick Worth House of Worth, Paris mid 19th century

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Period Garment: Evening Dress - about 1859-1860 - United States - Silk plain weave (taffeta), with warp-and-weft float patterning

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