Emile Pingat, Dress of Bone-Hued Silk with Black Trimming. Paris, c.1860.

Love this dress. Wonder how much it weighs.

Crimson Victorian dress from 1879.

House of Worth 1860s

Ball gown, Emile Pingat, Paris, ca. 1867. Silk faille with row of ruched pink tulle and satin-trimmed tulle tabs. Lace, tulle, beads, and seed pearls decorate the large bow at the back of the waist, ending in broad streamers. The tulle and satin trim is repeated at the neck and short sleeves. Albany Institute of History and Art

Elizabethan gown, I love that bodice.

1810 Evening dress | V&A Search the Collections

Two-piece dress (bodice and skirt) in taffeta blue. 1857.

Edwardian Evening Dress, by Callot Soeurs, c. 1912

Silk moiré ballgown with metallic gold appliquéd hem border, c.1860

Woman's Dress: Bodice, Skirt and Underbodice Artist/maker unknown, American Date: c. 1850 Silk brocade, cotton/linen lace

Lovely detailed gown from the early 1800's

civil war era fashion

Woman's dress with Day Bodice Faille moire silk, tulle, chantilly lace, and carnival glass buttons

Striped lavender and ivory silk visiting dress with ruffle trim (front), French, 1867.

Evening Dress Made Of Silk And Cotton By The House Of Worth - French c.1898-1900

1885 American evening dress. Silk, feathers.

Taffeta day dress, American, ca 1860


Circa 1880 orange silk dress with ecru cotton lace trim and beaded cotton fringe, American