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1850's Silk Dress

Silk Dress: Silk taffeta with silk galloon, cotton-serge lining, whalebone, metal hook and eye closure, and self-fabric bow and ribbon ornament. Via Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

1850s dress via The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Dress in two parts [bodice], Silk taffeta, cotton twill lining, plush velvet buttons, silk ribbon trim.

LATEST STYLE - DRESS

Godey's Fashion Plate - c1860 - "LATEST STYLE - DRESS" - H-C Lithograph

Dress c.1855-1865  American History

American, Day Dress of beige, green & maroon printed silk with a removable lace collar and undersleeves. Trimmed with garnet-type stone & gold metal buttons and soft green fringe.

Dress that looks to be made from watered silk, 1858. It has 2 bodices - the short-sleeve with the low neckline for the evening, and the high-necked long-sleeve bodice for daytime wear. Met Museum.

Green transformation dress, 1858 - possibly watered silk. It has 2 bodices - the short-sleeve with the low neckline for the evening, and the high-necked long-sleeve bodice for daytime wear.

1840 outfit. Clothing made by Costume Design students at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome in 2004. Tutor Luca Costigliolo

Clothing made by Costume Design students at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome in Tutor Luca Costigliolo

1840-1849. Two-piece light grey silk satin brocaded with red and mauve flowers in vertical vine pattern. (18th C. revival fabric).

Dress Date Culture American, attributed Description Two-piece light grey silk satin brocaded with red and mauve flowers in vertical vine pattern.

1840s day dress  I like when they include the hair.  It gives a whole picture.

Show at the Phoenix Art Museum Medieval-ism: Fashion's Romance with the Middle Ages. Unknown American or English designer. Changeant silk taffeta with silk laces and metal tips. Via Phoenix Art Museum. Photo by Ken Howie.

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