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Ensemble, ca. 1890-1910. Gray silk taffeta with black stripes and beige pleated silk satin. Boned bodice; bodice and skirt lined in pink satin. Textile Museum & Documentation Center of Terrassa (IMATEX)

Prairie style vintage gown, Gray silk taffeta with black stripes and beige pleated silk satin. bodice and skirt lined in pink satin. Textile Museum & Documentation Center of Terrassa (IMATEX)

Dinner gown, J. Franken, Brooklyn, ca. 1910. Mauve silk satin stripe. Embroidered yoke in silk crewel w/brown taffeta facing. Gold ribbon & chiffon ruffle at collar. Embroidered bullion net across yoke w/small revers, embroidered & trimmed in gold bullion. Natural waistline. Draped apron front panel. Bell-shaped sleeves w/horizontal tucks; under-sleeves in silk & bullion embroidered lace, w/ivory embroidered lower sleeve edged in ivory chiffon. Vintage Martini

Dinner gown, J. Franken, Brooklyn, ca. Embroidered yoke in silk crewel w/brown taffeta facing. Gold ribbon & chiffon ruffle at collar. Embroidered bullion net across yoke w/small revers, embroidered & trimmed in gold bullion.

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Evening gown ca. Scoop neck trimmed with lace & beading around collar. Lace cascades down left side.

Evening dress, Henriette Favre, 1902. Two-piece dress of silk (lace, net, taffeta, velvet), metal sequins, & glass beads. Pigeon-fronted bodice w/high boned collar, long sleeves, large puff at hem. Skirt lightly flared, w/many attached petticoats & sweeping train. Little is known of Mme. Favre. Most surviving examples of her work are very formal, including this one. It exemplifies the fine workmanship characteristic of even the smaller couture houses in Paris. Chicago History Museum

Two-piece silk evening dress, Henriette Favre, Little is known of Mme. Most surviving examples of her work are very formal, including this one. It exemplifies the fine workmanship characteristic of even the smaller couture houses in Paris.

Party Dress, Paris, circa 1870s. Ivory silk with small flower pattern, black velvet, black lace, and black satin ribbons. Via atelier1900/eBay.

French Party Dress of ivory silk w small flower pattern, black velvet, black lace, and black satin ribbons

Tea gown, House of Rouff, Paris, circa Ivory woven silk damask embroidered…

White tea gown with Valenciennnes lace, ca. 1899. White cotton lawn with lace high neck and bands in a pattern of loops and bows, having a band of polychrome embroidered roses at lower bodice, sleeve and skirt. Sleeves and skirt have scalloped inserts of tucked pink cotton beneath embroidered bows, lower skirt ruffled in three bands.

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Circa 1900 Tea Gown: White cotton lawn with high neck of Valenciennes lace and bands in pattern of loops and bows. Another band of polychrome embroidered roses at lower bodice, sleeves, and skirt, which also have scalloped inserts of tucked pink cotton be

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1895 Gown by Fox Sisters, New York wow rachel this is just bad It's at the level of the weasley dress robes

White silk velvet and metallic lace evening dress, ca. 1911-14. Wide waist girdle in white velvet with large bow at center front. Hobble skirt and short train formed from crossing panels of velvet. Goldstein Museum of Design, Univ. of Minnesota

White silk velvet and metallic lace evening dress, circa Wide waist girdle in white velvet with large bow at center front. Hobble skirt and short train formed from crossing panels of velvet. Via Goldstein Museum of Design, University of Minnesota.

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Day dress, American, ca. Printed cotton trimmed with lace; Bunka Costume Museum - this screams Diana Barry!

1908 Wedding gown: Silk with Brussels lace and silk bow on bodice. Two-tier skirt with scalloped hems. Lined in satin with a border of tight concertina pleats. Train. (Shirtwaist would never have been worn untucked like this.) Worn by Ethel Dalziel for her marriage to H. Roland Cooper. Ethel's granddaughter tried to donate it to a museum, but none wanted it! It was auctioned off by Duke's in 2012. Via Daily Mail.

Wedding Gown: silk with Brussels lace, silk bow on bodice, two-tier skirt with scalloped hems, lined in satin with a border of tight concertina pleats, train. Worn by Ethel Dalziel for her marriage to H.

Walking dress, Mme. Cridon, Paris, 1885. Wool & silk. Bodice has opening in front to reveal underbodice resembling a man’s waistcoat, which is attached to the outer jacket at side seam. Bustle skirt with draped overskirt; steel hoops & tapes in back of underskirt to pull it into shape over bustle pad. Hem reaches top of wearer’s shoes, making it easier to walk in than a trained skirt. Victoria & Albert Museum

Bodice has opening in front to reveal underbodice resembling a man’s waistcoat, which is attached to the outer jacket at side seam. Bustle skirt with draped overskirt; steel hoops & tapes in back of un

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