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Gabrielle Ray, 1907. Granted, this is probably not a sustainable livelihood, but I would like to put flowers I my hair and drink tea for a living, too.

Replica of Mary Tudor's wedding gown. Consisting of a mantle of brocaded cloth of gold, bordered with pearls and diamonds of great size, and lined with ermine. The dress was also gold smothered with the same precious stones, and the underskirt of white satin embroidered of silver. The French hood in black velvet was surmounted by a double row of large diamonds. 1554

Costume Parisien 1818. Regency fashion plate.

Doublet Date: 1600 Culture: European, Eastern Medium: silk Dimensions: Height: 22 in. (55.9 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Bashford Dean, 1923 Accession Number: 23.30.3

Wedding ensemble (detail, showing petticoat) by Courvoisier, American, 1870. Silk dress, petticoat, and shoes with leather gloves.

Wig. 1780–1800. French. silk, metal, linen, leather, horsehair. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Date: first quarter 17th century Culture: French Medium: Silk and metal thread on canvas Dimensions: H. 18 x W. 6 1/2 inches (45.7 x 16.5 cm)

Gloves late 18th century, British, leather, silk

French, suit in pink 1775-80, silk, metallic - from Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art via Marie Antoinette's Gossip Guide to the 18th Century.