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This could be cute using my tie dye maxi and jacket with yellow bag.
Maxi Dresses, Jeans Jackets, Cute Outfits, Maxis, Jean Jackets, Denim Jackets, Summer Outfits, Stripes Maxi, Yellow Accent
Cute outfit 2 things I want a jean jacket and a long maxi dress!!
Striped maxi dress with jean jacket
so. I love maxi dresses (and dresses) for summer. But ... how do you wear them with garments? It's too hot for a cardigan! I see so many cute "summer" outfits that have cardigans over tanks. too hot!
striped maxi dress, denim jacket, yellow accents #style #outfit
Friday Favorites - Iowa Girl Eats
Irish Crochet Lace Dress 1908
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Vintage Irish crochet dress
Irish Crochet Lace Dress 1908. "The Widow Crist emerged from the orchard like a pig in pearls, wearing Anna’s Irish lace, smelling of Ambre Antique perfume. The gown caught in the wind and waved goodbye to Anna like a flag." From "The Secret Life of Anna Blanc."
TRAINED IRISH CROCHET GOWN, c. 1908 Cap sleeve, low rounded neckline front & back, fitted through high waist, very full trained skirt, small, large & 3 dimensional crochet flowers & foliage, cream satin built in boned lining, waist tape stamped. Front
The Borgias pink dress - Medieval and Renaissance Dresses Awesome!
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Lucrezia Borgia (Holliday Grainger), 'The Borgias,' 2011. Costume designed by Gabriella Pescucci.
The Borgias pink gown.
I really like the hair net! Lucrezia Borgia from the TV Series The Borgias - Borgia Ladies Closet
Holliday Grainger as Lucrezia Borgia in The Borgias (TV Series, 2011). Period and costume drama series.
Holliday Grainger as Lucrezia Borgia, pink dress!
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Dress 1800s IMATEX
1800s dress via imatexI
Oh my god, I love the color!
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HISTORY PURPLE DRESS
Epic Replicas - Products - Costumes - Vanozza Dress Replica of the dress shown on The Borgias. I love purple
A maternity dress for Ophelia!
Italian renaissance gown
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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Dress, Date: ca. 1864 #fashion #vintage
Pink-Salmon-Peach coloured Victorian Civil War Era dress- Date: ca. 1864 Culture: French Medium: silk
French silk day dress, dated ca. 1864, has alternate evening bodice. Part of the MET's collections.
Peach silk dress with day bodice, French, ca. 1864. Metropolitan Museum of Art
1860s pink silk dress, French, c.1864
Lovely brown trim on this one
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Mid-19th century black and blue silk wrapper w/ brown silk ruching trim
Blue silk trimmed in brown wrapper civil war era fashion Love the blue plaid fabric
c. 1805-1810 Embroidered Empire Muslin Gown
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c. 1805-1810 Embroidered Empire Muslin Gown....would totally wear an antique dress like this as a wedding dress!
c. 1805-1810 Embroidered Empire Muslin Gown Wouldn't this make a spectacular wedding gown??
Why don't we dress like this anymore?
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Evening gown of Queen Maud of Norway ca. 1909 Digitalt Museum
Laferrière for Queen Maud of Norway: Evening dress, ca 1909 France, Nasjonalmuseet
French Edwardian dress, 1909
Embroidered Chinese silk caraco and skirt, Danish, c. 1780's. Worn by Baroness Iselin.
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Denmark managed to stay neutral in superpower's wars in the second part of the 1700s. Instead maritime forces were used in international trade. It was a lucrative time for Denmark, and the time goes by the name of the palmy - flourishing - period. Asiatic Company, which was founded in 1732, had a monopoly on trade with India and China. Initially imported silk mainly from India, but eventually dominated China imports to Denmark of both silk to porcelain and tea. China came to influence the Danish fashion, and it became popular among European artists to imitate the Chinese motifs, both on clothes, furniture, wallpaper, etc. The bright dress is home of Chinese silk and has belonged to Baroness Iselin.
Afternoon dress ca. 1865, American (silk,metal) The influence that military uniforms played on women's dress during the years of the Civil War is evident here. Women reflected their patriotism readily in their mode of dress to help encourage the soldiers on to victory. The bands ending in rosettes on the skirt are reminiscent of swags and decorations at military ceremonies while the shoulder and sleeve decorations are taken from stripes and epaulets on military jackets.
Afternoon Dress 1865
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Afternoon dress, 1865, American. The influence that military uniforms played on women's dress during the years of the Civil War is evident here. Women reflected their patriotism readily in their mode of dress to help encourage the soldiers on to victory. The bands ending in rosettes on the skirt are reminiscent of swags and decorations at military ceremonies while the shoulder and sleeve decorations are taken from stripes and epaulets on military jackets.
Victorian Dress, Afternoon Date: ca. 1865 Culture: American Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Edward N. Goldstein, 1983
1865 ... Afternoon dress ... American ... Silk & metal ... The influence that military uniforms played on women's dress during the Civil War is evident here. Women reflected their patriotism in their mode of dress to help encourage the soldiers on to victory. ... at The Metropolitan Museum of Art ... photo 1
Afternoon Dress: ca. 1865, American, silk/metal. "The influence that military uniforms played on women's dress during the years of the Civil War is evident here. Women reflected their patriotism readily in their mode of dress to help encourage the soldiers on to victory. The bands ending in rosettes on the skirt are reminiscent of swags and decorations at military ceremonies while the shoulder and sleeve decorations are taken from stripes and epaulets on military jackets. The female silhouette of the middle of the 19th century consisted of a fitted corseted bodice and wide full skirts. The conical skirts developed between the 1830s, when the high waist of the Empire silhouette was lowered and the skirts became more bell shaped, to the late 1860s, when the fullness of the skirts were pulled to the back and the bustle developed. The flared skirts of the period gradually increased in size throughout and were supported by a number of methods. Originally support came from multiple layers of petticoats which, due to weight and discomfort, were supplanted by underskirts comprised of graduated hoops made from materials such as baleen, cane and metal. The fashions during this time allowed the textiles to stand out because of the vast surface areas of the skirt and a relatively minimal amount of excess trim."
Marie Antoinette's home built in 1783 in Versailles.
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Old farm house...
Marie Antoinette's home built in 1783 - France. Bucket list must-see.
French Cottage Exteriors, How Beautiful...
That famous moment.
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One of my favorite photos ever. American Sailor Kissing a Nurse V-J Day in Times Square,August 14, 1945, Photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt for Life magazine
One of my favorite pictures of all time!! American Sailor Kissing a Nurse V-J Day in Times Square,August 14, 1945, Photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt for Life magazine
What a kiss!
Kissing Nurse, Love this photo!!!
Wow! [Long waist and narrow sleeve makes me think this is late 1860s]
Crinolin, 19Th Century, Historical Fashion, Civil War, Day Dresses, Victorian Fashion, Afternoon Dresses, Victorian Era, Shorts Cut
19th century love love
bolero jocket of 18 century it is a short cut jocket
Victorian Era Dresses | ... Vintage Fashion" /> The Vintage Link: Early Mid Victorian Fashion Dress
Historical fashion | Some Pretty Dresses - The Secret Dreamworld of a Jane Austen Fan
C.W. Day Dress Dress 1865, American, Made of silk, linen, and cotton ... Afternoon dress, purple and black silk taffeta using synthetic analine dye, c.1860, England, museum
Day dress w/zouave corset bodice. Classic style inspired by all the military uniforms that popped up in April 1861 with the start of the Civil War.
Titanic wreck artifacts
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Titanic artifacts laying over the bottom of the ocean.
Artifacts from the RMS Titanic.
1860 S, Civil War, Fashion Art, 1860S, Victorian Fashion, Victorian Ball Gowns, Victorian Era, Metropolitan Museums, Historical Dresses
Such a beautiful work of Victorian fashion art (dress from 1865). #Victorian #fashion #1800s #green
#Historical #Dress, 1865
Dress, 1865 ~ stunning detail, end of the Civil War
Pale tones in the Victorian Era
Victorian ball gown
The Metropolitan Museum Mobile - Art Object
Dress circa 1858. Met Museum
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INSPIRATION FOR MY CIVIL WAR ERA DRESS 1858 Dress via The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Civil War era
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Civil War dress Google Image Result for http://www.vintagetextile.com/images/Victorian/2056f.jpg
victorian wedding ball gowns
this shows how the colors differentiated more then the dresses of to day because the fabrics were not redly available.
Civil War evening dress
victorian ball gowns
Victorian clothing at Vintage Textile 2056 Civil War ball gown - Stylehive Civil War era gown, boned bodice with matching overskirt over separate skirt....lovely!
Evening dress, 1800-05 England
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Yellow, Regency Era Gown (1811-1820)
Sunshine yellow! Anyone hear Jane Austen calling? Evening dress, 1800-05 England
Butter yellow evening dress, 1800-05 England. #Regency #1800s #fashion
Regency dress 1810 #historical #costume #yellow
MUSLIN DRESS WITH HISTORICIZING TRIM English, ca. 1800-05 The striking combination of bright yellow and rich, dark brown in this elegant, early nineteenth-century dress reflects the contemporary interest in the colors of antiquity. The widespread vogue for white muslin notwithstanding, women’s clothing depicted in fashion plates and paintings also incorporated vivid and complementary hues inspired by Greek, Etruscan and Pompeian sources. In England, the prevailing neoclassical silhouette was
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Remember Jiffy Pop Popcorn?
The epitome of nostalgia. With you favorite movie and drink, Jiffy will certainly take you down memory lane.
Jiffy Pop 1 of my fav camping foods.
Jiffy Pop - One of my favorite childhood memories!
Jiffy Pop, Jiffy Pop, the Magic Treat As Much Fun to Make as it is to Eat!
Late 18th Century, LACMA
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regency dress and I LOVE it
stripes #fashion #vintage
Purple striped gown from Fashioning Fashion: European Dress in Detail, 1700-1914, Resnick Pavilion, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (October 2, 2010–March 6, 2011)
1858-63 Convertible Dress.
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Gold and green gown
1858-63 Convertible Dress with berthe to make it a day dress.
1858-1863 Afternoon dress at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Striped silk dress, American or European, ca 1858-1863. Dress with pelerine over low body; open sleeves pleated skirt open from waist to hem revealing solid silk underskirt. Pelerine, sleeve edges, low neck are edged with black lace. Pelerine has 4 silk ribbon maccaroons at closures and ends in 2 strings. Velvet ribbons in lattice fashion over sleeves. MET
Fireplace now and then Titanic
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Wood stove from the Titanic now and then
Fireplace now and then From the titanic movie!
Fireplace on board the Titanic then and now.
Fireplace now and then Titanic. If I were rich I'd want this in my dream bedroom!
RMS Titanic: Fireplace now and then
Charles Frederick Worth House of Worth, Paris mid 19th century
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Charles Frederick Worth House of Worth, Paris mid 19th century. Gorgeous!!
Ball Gown, back view. House of Worth (French, 1858–1956), Charles Frederick Worth, 1889. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC, USA.
Dress (Ball Gown). House of Worth (French, 1858–1956). Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne 1825–1895 Paris). Date: 1889. Culture: French. Medium: silk. Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 12 in. (30.5 cm). Length at CB (b): 54 in. (137.2 cm).
Period Garment: Evening Dress - about 1859-1860 - United States - Silk plain weave (taffeta), with warp-and-weft float patterning