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Peggy Fish in 1926. The draped silk gown daringly parts to reveal the legs (and satin slippers), and is topped with a starched Russian lace headpiece and copious tulle veil.

Photos: Predicting the Roaring 20s Fashion on Downton Abbey Season Three—Including Mary’s Wedding Dress

bride Peggy Fish in 1926 The draped silk gown parts to reveal the legs (and satin slippers), and is topped with a starched Russian lace headpiece and copious tulle veil.

1900 - Marie Gabrielle of Bavaria wearing her wedding dress

1900 Marie Gabrielle of Bavaria wearing her wedding dress.She married another member of the Bavarian royal family, Prince Rupprecht

Texas oil-and ranching heiress, Electra Waggoner, married New York attorney, John Biggs in July 1933, at St. Bartholomew's Church on Park Avenue. Miss Waggoner's grandfather was Texas cattleman and horseman W.T. "Pappy" Waggoner, who inhereted the Waggoner Ranch from his father.The Waggoner holdings consist of more than 520,000 acres of ranch, farm, and oil properties in six counties surrounding Vernon, Texas. It remains today the largest ranch in Texas contained by one fence.

Texas oil-and ranching heiress, Electra Waggoner, married New York attorney, John Biggs in July at St. Bartholomew's Church on Park Avenue.

This is Lady Jane Grey from the 16th century. During this time there was a lot of Spanish influences for the Renaissance. They would incorporate their head pieces into the hair.

Lady Jane Grey, granddaughter of Mary Tudor, Duchess of Suffolk. Cousin to Edward VI, Mary I, and Elizabeth I.

Evening Gown, Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel (1883-1971), Paris, France: 1926, silk velvet, rhinestone, glass beads, fringe. "This garment is one of the best examples of flapper-style dress in the Museum's collection. The flat silhouettes and fringe are common features of dress from the 1920s."

kittyinva: omgthatdress: Evening Dress Coco Chanel, 1926 The Chicago History Museum Another Coco Chanel dress with a bit of beaded fringe.

Sometimes ya gotta do what ya gotta do.

I see all these posts of old actors & actresses, and I haven't seen a single one of Vivien Leigh. My FAVORITE actress and star of Gone with the Wind. Not to be overlooked.

1885 vintage everyday: Victorian Wedding Fashion – 27 Stunning Photos of Brides before 1900

Ever since Queen Victoria wed in however, white has remained the traditional color for wedding gowns and bouquets.

Bonnets were all the rage at the beginning of the 20th century, and it appears that matching dresses weren't as important as they are now.From Good Housekeeping

75 Years of Vintage (and Totally Outrageous) Bridesmaid Dresses

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