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type of dress that might have been wore by passengers on the Titanic (1912)

Queen Maud's Dress - 1913 - Victoria and Albert Museum - Watsonette This "Queen Maud" was Princess of Wales, until she married Prince Carl of Denmark. He was crowned King Haakon VII of Denmark and she became Queen Maud.

TRAJE DE TERCIOPELO NEGRO, SEDA Y ENCAJE CHANTILLY 1910

1910 Black Cotton Velvet and Silk Chantilly Lace Edwardian Gown. Edwardian fashion is so gorgeous. I have to admit that I love film versions of Forster novels for the fashions as much as the stories!

Afternoon dress, burgandy velvet

Dinner dress, Redfern, 1909 – British, silk and metal. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

TITANIC VESTIDO DE NOCHE DE ROSE

Rose's stunning red and black gown (From the movie, TITANIC). Beautiful costume exemplifying the gowns of the Edwardian period.

Detail, Wedding gown by Worth, 1880s.  "He was an artiste who was doing well.  He told me to pick out a nice dress for our wedding, and I chose a beautiful one in a shop window.  Days later he left me, and I spent five years paying off that dress.  I never saw him again."

An Charles Frederick Worth wedding gown worn around I loved the dramatic elaborate style to this dress and I also liked the soft baby pink colour of the garment. The ruffles of the dress give the dress more depth and texture.

Evening Dress    1821    The Bowes Museum

Party Scene - Regency Era - white & blue Evening dress of silk gauze with a woven pattern of blue leaves in flossed silk, trimmed with silk net and blue satin, c. via The Bowes Museum

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