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Wedding Dress. Date: 1890s. Culture: American. Medium: silk, cotton, beads. Dimensions: (a) Length at CB: 11 in. (27.9 cm). (b) Length at CB: 63 in. (160 cm).

Walking Dress: 1899-1900, French, wool. Marking: [label] "Au Bon Marche, Paris"

Wedding dress Date: ca. 1844 Culture: French (probably) Medium: silk, cotton

The asymmetry & play of textures & tones distinguish this grape & deep lavender silk wedding dress from 1881. French (?) @Metropolitan Museum of Art

Wedding dress, American, c 1815-20, white satin figured with floral stripe. Philadelphia Museum of Art

Ivory silk satin wedding dress with moiré stripes, chiffon ruffles at neckline and cuffs, and soutache braid trim, British, 1847.

Dress 1893-94 Awesome skirt fabric, that's something you would think is too modern for Victorian garb!

~1890s bustled gown~ I feel like the drapes in the front would make it fit weird... but still really pretty!

"Dress, Walking. Date: 1885–90 Culture: American (probably) Medium: silk, metallic thread Dimensions: Length at CB: 56 1/2 in. (143.5 cm) VIEW ONE

1979.02.01, wedding dress (side detail), ca. 1903.

This is something our beloved Charlotte wouldn't have been caught dead in even though it is blue and white. Why? Because it's a store bought dress ... she would have had to buy it from the detested Widow Appleby at the Mercantile in A Heart on Hold!