Romantic Era Fashion 1820-1840

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Evening dress of silk brocade, American, KSUM ab. : Evening dress of silk brocade, American, KSUM ab. 1800s Fashion, 19th Century Fashion, Victorian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, 18th Century, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Gowns, Moda Vintage, Vintage Mode

1983.001.0064 ab - Dress

Evening dress of silk brocade, American, 1840s, KSUM 1983.1.64 ab.

 Sorry to burst in with my personal tastes, but I think this is THE most ridiculous fashion in European History. 1800s Fashion, 19th Century Fashion, Victorian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Vintage Dresses, Vintage Outfits, Romantic Period

Shaping the Romantic Era

Set between the glories of Napoleon Bonaparte's rule and Queen Victoria's namesake era was the age of Romanticism, a time of heightened emotional expression, intense nationalism, and widespread interest in the medieval period. Delicate bonnets and patterned waist ribbons with decorative buckles revealed one's knowledge of prevailing fads and enlivened an ensemble according to the wearer's mood or the formality of the occasion. United States Museum Purchase 1830s 2005.5.172AB, 2007.40.8…

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Vanity Fair: A Treasure Trove from the Costume Institute," December Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Flowers In Costume And Decorative Paintings," May 1954 1800s Fashion, 19th Century Fashion, Victorian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, 1800s Clothing, Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing, Women's Clothing, Vintage Outfits

Dress | American | The Met

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Vanity Fair: A Treasure Trove from the Costume Institute," December 15, 1977–September 3, 1978.The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Flowers In Costume And Decorative Paintings," May 12, 1954–July 27, 1954

 Beige ground, floral print 👗Soft colours and floral patterns are a distinctive feature of many day… 1800s Fashion, 19th Century Fashion, Victorian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Vintage Gowns, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Hats, Vintage Clothing, Period Outfit

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Dress, 1836-1840 (made). challis, 1835-1840, English; Beige ground, floral print. Museum Number T.32-1940.

A very lovely original circa late lady's floral printed cream silk challis one piece gown that is a wonderful example of a transitional style. 1800s Fashion, 19th Century Fashion, Victorian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Victorian Dresses, Steampunk Fashion, Victorian Era, 18th Century, Fashion Fashion

1830's Cotton Dress

From the seller: A very lovely original circa late 1830's lady's floral printed cream silk challis one piece gown that is a wonderful example of a transitional style. The bodice is lined ans stayed, with a fan pleated front, piped at all the seams, with fashionable slender capped sleeves, a two part back with a blind hook and eye closure, a cartridge pleated waistband, and an unlined skirt with a deep turned and faced hem. 15" from shoulder to shoulder, a 31" bust, 25" waist, and 49" from…

Wedding dress consisting of a pelisse robe with large imbecile sleeves and bell shaped skirt. It is made of white muslin with self coloured . Idiot sleeves are extremely full from shoulder to wrist, where they gathered into a fitted cuff 1800s Fashion, 19th Century Fashion, Victorian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Dresses, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, T 64

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Wedding dress of embroidered muslin, England, 1834.. Museum Number T.63-1973.

Exploring 200 years of European fashion history 1800s Fashion, 19th Century Fashion, European Fashion, Victorian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, European Dress, 18th Century, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Dresses

Fashion Chic, European Fashion in L.A.

To continue on the period pieces theme (see previous post on Hollywood), a look at the European Fashion exhibition currently on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. " Fashioning Fashion: European Dress in Detail, 1700-1915 " Over the past year, hundreds of eighteenth to early twentieth–century garments have passed through the Textile Department at LACMA’s Conservation Center: royal wedding gowns, French Revolutionary waistcoats and breeches, and Victorian walking suits, to name a…