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1882 dress from the exhibit "Plein les Yeux" at the Musée de la Dentelle in Calais. Long list of thanks: to Patricia Brandon, on whose Pinterest board I first saw these pics; Cindy d'Aquin-Pike, who directed me to House of PoLeigh Naise  on Facebook and Patrician Designs on FB, the original source of these wonderful photos.

1882 dress from the exhibit "Plein les Yeux" at the Musée de la Dentelle in Calais. Very long Basques

HISTORICAL BLACK & PRINTED DRESSES

Evening dress with court train, Worth, circa Two-piece black silk velvet voided to satin.

Day ensemble, 1880. Cotton print. Basque bodice and bustle skirt. Matching umbrella. Photo: Christine Valkenberg Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire via kikirpa.be

Basque bodice and bustle skirt. Photo: Christine Valkenberg Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire via kikirpa.be I LOVE the Polka Dots

Woman's Dress England, circa 1885 Costumes; principal attire (entire body) Silk plain weave with warp-float and supplementary weft patterning, and silk satin A) Bodice Center back length: 25 1/2 in. (64.77 cm); B) Skirt Center back length: 41 in. (104.14 cm). From LACMA.

principal attire (entire body) Silk plain weave with warp-float and supplementary weft patterning, and silk satin A) Bodice Center back length: 25 in. B) Skirt Center back length: 41 in. From LACMA.

Dress, ca. 1880. Sage green floral silk brocade two-piece bustle gown with fern green accents & moss green silk satin panels. Silk cord laced design criss-crosses decolletage with tab accents that repeat at cuffs, which have pleated silk chiffon inserts. Lined bodice has deep points at hem & decorative floral metal buttons at front closure. Ruched & pleated front panel on skirt; draped bustled back to attached overskirt, trimmed in blonde Chantilly lace. time-travelers/ebay:

Sage green floral silk brocade two-piece bustle gown with fern green accents & moss green silk satin panels.

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Bustled Gown of Olive Green Corded Silk Patterned in Cut Velvet and Matching Satin, England, 1885

Ballgown, 1780-85 France, Musée des Tissus de Lyon This dress, also called “robe parée”, is a ball dress. The skirt is worn over a pannier which, early 1780, was less ample than the one used under the dress “à la française”. The decoration consists of appliqué painted flowers, gauze flounces and extremely refined embroideries. It exemplifies the dresses Rose Bertin, Marie-Antoinette’s dressmaker, used to create for the queen.

Ballgown, France, Musée des Tissus de Lyon This dress, also called “robe parée”, is a ball dress. The skirt is worn over a pannier .

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