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    Vestido de novia (campesina) -Inglaterra- 1841 Materiales y técnicas:algodón, medio llena de ropa, cosidos a mano. revela el tipo de ropa esposas trabajadores rurales podrían usar para sus bodas. Estos objetos tienden a sobrevivir en cantidades mucho más pequeñas que vestido de novia de moda como lo habrían sido usados ​​para el domingo más largo después del evento. un diseño de moda por su vestido con sus mangas, escote, los hombros se reunieron bajo y falda llena.

    Wedding dress and petticoat, Britain, c 1851. Cotton muslin lined with linen, sleeves trimmed with bobbin lace. Victoria & Albert Museum.

    Eliza Larken's wedding dress, 1828. The Pelegrine and long sleeves, suited to the church ceremony, conceal the short puffed sleeves which made the gown adaptable for afternoon/evening celebrations. made from crisp white striped cream silk, figured with small floral sprigs, and trimmed with pale gold and white satin and hand-made blonde silk lace. V&A T.124:1,2-2009

    Dress 1840, American, Made of cotton

    Dress ca. 1820

    Wedding dress of Louise of Sweden, 1850 From the Royal Armory and Hallwyl Museum

    English silk child's dress, c.1885

    ~Lucile Wedding Dress - 1916 - Design by Lucy Duff Gordon Chicago History Museum

    This wedding dress was worn by Eliza Larken for her marriage to William (later 6th Baron) Monson at St. Giles in the Fields Church, London, on 8 May 1828.

    Sky blue silk faille dress, 1870s, designed and labeled by Mme. Gabrielle / Robes & Confections / 205 Rue St. Honoré in Paris.

    Wedding Ensemble - 1923 - Silk, cotton

    Wedding Dress 1825-30, American, cotton

    Wedding Dress 1884, American, Made of silk and cotton

    wedding dress

    American silk dinner dress 1841-46

    Wedding dress

    1873 Victorian Cotton Wedding Dress, American.

    Embroidered cotton or silk mull wedding dress with train, American, 1805-1808.

    1820 cotton evening dress

    Wedding Dress, 1927, by Boué Soeurs. From the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.