Visiting gown, ca. 1875. Taffeta, with stand collar, low-waisted, cuirasse-shaped bodice with domed needlepoint covered buttons, and Brussels lace at the cuffs. Skirt has elaborate vertical and diagonal pleated bands and ruched panels, which culminate in a bouffant bustle with large bow, adorned with lavender-blue crimped fringes. Kerry Taylor/Invaluable Auctions
Dress, L. Daurast, ca. 1868. Silk, two pieces. Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, Brussels
Apricot taffeta dress, 1860's. Three pieces: skirt, blouse, jabot. Via North Carolina Museum of History.
1860 RARE Wonderful Ladies Polychrome Embroid Zouave Jacket Harlequins | eBay
Circa 1860s changeable silk day dress in bronze, green, and purple, trimmed at bodice, waist, and sleeves with black silk. Neckline edged with black Chantilly lace. Double ruffle at shoulder with outer cap sleeve trimmed with black silk; long under-sleeve with cuff. Skirt is cartridge-pleated with hidden slanted pocket on right. Skirt and sleeves lined with brown glazed cotton; bodice lined with polished linen. Via coda2222/ebay.
White cotton dress with zigzag patterned print, early 1860s
Purple silk taffeta dress with warp printed design, ca. 1865
Day dress, circa 1860. Water green silk taffeta, two pieces. The bodice has a peplum that falls over the skirt and pagoda sleeves with bow trim. Skirt front is embellished with decorative strips and has pleats back until the horizontal strips. Via Mode Museum, Hasselt.