Old Fashioned Clothes


Old Fashioned Clothes

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Dress, ca. 1880. Chocolate brown silk polonaise bodice dips at the sides to drape and form back bustle. Ten crochet ball buttons, embroidered lace cuffs, tan cotton lining. Cream silk twill skirt with tiny brown floral print, square insert in back of solid brown and bustle ties.

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What a dainty 1950s tea dress!

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Pirate Wench Costume Long Skirt in Scarlet by stitchintimedesigns, $35.00

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the ballroom gown that is coming soon!! :D :D @Paige this is it!!

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Sage Ivory Regency Edwardian Jane Austen Ball gown by MattiOnline

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Charles Fredrick Worth, French, born in England 1825-1895 Evening Dress (Bodice and Skirt) c. 1885

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Absolutely gorgeous reproduction gown ! What a great job!

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    Outstanding beauty!!

Woman's Dress 1910

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GENT'S FOUR PIECE FORMAL COURT SUIT, c. 1820. Coat & breeches of dark brown cut/uncut velvet to blue satin ground; coat embroidered in polychrome silk large scale florals, gold metallic cord & crimped foil flowers, 20th C. Maltese cross paste insignia (WHY?) coat collar & original cuffs removed.

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Romy Schneider as Queen Sissi of Austria.

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Robe à la Française 1765-1780 The Philadelphia Museum of Art

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Wedding Dress 1885 The Victoria & Albert Museum

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Evening Dress Charles Fredrick Worth, 1861 The Chicago History Museum

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Robe a la polonaise, British, ca. 1775. Made of silk lined with linen. This gown is an example of a new style introduced in the 1770s called a polonaise. Using buttons and loops, the skirt of the gown was draped up to create the swathed effect at the back shown here. Also popular during this decade were a range of striped fabrics, often in a complex arrangement of colours with both sharp and shaded edges, as seen in this example. Draping the skirt was not only a fashionable option. It also...

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1880s Young Lady's dress

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1900 Worth (French)

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1866 (British)

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Victorian Harley Quinn Dress

steampunk circus HQ1 by hollymessinger on deviantART

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Love the color

1079: Natalie Portman period dress - Other Boleyn Girl : Lot 1079

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    Amber Mccoig

    this one is beautiful

New book about the Queen Mother questions who was her real mother.

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