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.

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Empress Maria Feodorovna Court Dress - 1860’s - Historical State Museum, Moscow

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A beautiful Regency dress with a pdf pattern.

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Wool embroidered cotton dress, c1805-10

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1869 wedding gown of Elisabeth of Wied, Queen Consort of Romania

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This is an example of a ‘pelisse robe’, or a dress in the style of a coat. It was often worn for walking or visiting during the day. Unlike most other dresses of the period, the pelisse robe opens down the front and has a wide collar. This particular dress is very elaborately decorated with piping (very thin rolls of fabric) and interlaced rolls made of the same silk. The skirt of the dress is cut in an A-line shape, and the hem padded to accentuate this shape.

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silk brocade gown , matching shoes and straw hat worn by Jane Bailey to her 1780 marriage to James Wickham.

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Stunning 1960s Vintage Gold and Ivory Patterned Jacquard Dress

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Day dress ca. 1865. Three-piece cream silk de chine taffeta with tiny black windowpane & warp-printed floral patterns. Bodice has fringed teal taffeta trim. Dress has a belt with large peplum and an undecorated skirt with buckram hem band. Whitaker Auctions

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Back view of 1865 Wedding dress. Silk satin dress trimmed with Honiton appliqué lace, machine-net and bobbin lace. Worn at the wedding of Eliza Penelope Clay and Joseph Bright, St James's Church, Piccadilly, London, February 16, 1865.

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Wow... c. 1805-1810 Embroidered Empire Muslin Gown

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Dress 1849, British, Made of silk and taffeta

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Wedding dress Date: 1837

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Wedding Dress of Mixed Lace, 1920s.

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Cream Satin & Lace Wedding Dress, English, 1841.

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Woman's Dress with Embroidered Primroses Made in England c. 1805-10

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Wedding dress used in 1766 (Nationalmuseet)

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Dress 1785-1795 The Philadelphia Museum of Art

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England ca. 1838–42. his dress demonstrates the fashionable style of about 1840. The skirt of the dress is fuller than in the 1830s, and so heavy that it is made separately from the bodice. The bodice is pointed at the front of the waist and boned to hold the point in place. Full, ‘bishop’-style sleeves are set below the shoulder and the bodice has a wide, off-the-shoulder neckline. This was inspired by portraits of the 1660s, as was the popular hairstyle with ringlets.

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