1800 Museo Del Traje
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Black organdy dress, c. 1800. Museo del Traje. (perfect for my current heroine, who is wearing mourning...)
[via google translate] 1800 Black organdy dress shirt. Eta striker cut in one piece and has bodkins at the neckline and under the breast. For the back piece with diamond-shaped body and flared skirt gathered in folds ending in queue. The same lace forms a peak in the back ending in tassels trimmings. The sleeves also are topped by the same cord. The skirt is embroidered flowers sprinkled with gold sequins made. The hem of the skirt has a wide border embroidered in colored silks. Museo del Traje.
I love the detail of the embroidery at the hem, Dress 1808-1814 Museo del Traje
The little black dress Regency style - Jane Austen Festival Bath 2012
Dress ca. 1800 From the Museo del Traje - Fripperies and Fobs
Fripperies and Fobs Dress ca. 1800 From the Museo del Traje
Dress 1808-1814 Museo del Traje www.passionandporn.com
Black Regency era dress 1800s mourning fashion
Dress 1808-1814 Museo del Traje
Evening dress, 1805-1810, owned by the Victoria and Albert Museum. A detail of this dress is pictured on the book jacket of the forthcoming THE ANNOTATED EMMA (March 20, 2012).
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1807-1811 gown of silk net, embroidered chenille, & silk thread in the Victoria & Albert museum costume collection. One of my favorite examples of an extant red evening dress from the regency era.
Evening Dress, c. 1810-1 Victoria and Albert Museum, (T.194-1958) Description from Rothstein, Natalie, ed. Four Hundred Years of Fashion. London: Victoria and Albert Museum, 1984. "This high-waisted English evening dress of 1810-1 is made of silk machine- made net and embroidered in chenille" theodora
Unusual cranberry red evening dress (1807-1811) The Victoria & Albert Museum. Floral trim around the neckline, hemline and the edges of the short sleeves
Evening dress, ca. 1810. By 1810, brightly colored and embroidered silks were as popular as white cotton and muslin for women's evening dresses. John Heathcote's bobbinet machine, patented in 1809, enabled fine net to be easily produced in wide widths for dresses, which could be hand-embroidered to achieve individual and attractive effects. Net dresses were worn with underdresses of plain silk, sometimes white, or in a matching color. Victoria & Albert Museum
evening dress ca. 1807-1811 via The Victoria & Albert Museum "By the period 1805-1810, brighter colours were becoming popular in women’s fashion. This gown is shown over a reproduction red petticoat, but it could also have been worn over a white under-dress to show off the texture of the fabric. Machine-made net, which had been developed and improved during the later 18th century, was a popular ground for embroidery and machine-made laces. Its light weight and airy texture suited the ...
Pretty details! A Jane Austen era burgundy evening dress, 1807-1811.
Regency dress 1807 #historical #costume #french #reddress
Handmade sometime between 1807 &1811- Jane Austin's era
Regency Era Evening Gown
c. 1805-1810 Embroidered Empire Muslin Gown
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c. 1805-1810 Embroidered Empire Muslin Gown... I would love this as my wedding dress, it is beautiful.
c. 1805-1810 Embroidered Empire Muslin Gown Wouldn't this make a spectacular wedding gown??
c. 1805-1810 Embroidered Empire Muslin Gown. Thuis would make a beautiful wedding dress
1805-1810 Whitework gown--When does white and work ever go in the same sentence?
Georgie Wedding dress inspiration. c. 1805-1810 Embroidered Empire Muslin Gown
c. 1805-1810 Embroidered Empire Muslin Gown, can you be in love with a dress?
nací en el siglo equivocado ..Marc. 1805-1810 Embroidered Empire Muslin Gown
c. 1805-1810 Embroidered Empire Muslin Gown - Something Jasmine would wear.
Vestido bordado Império Muslin. 1805-1810 dream wedding dress
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Lavender Moire Silk Court Train, First Decade 19th Century (Centraal Museum - Utrecht, provincie Utrecht Holland) | Grand Ladies | gogm
Court train ca. 1809-10, From the Centraal Museum -- http://33.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lyv2hnKcN91qf46efo1_1280.jpg
Manteau de Cour - Court train, moiré silk, velvet, embroidery, beads, silk satin, c. 1810. Collection Centraal Museum, Utrecht. © Centraal Museum/Dea Rijper
cmu centraal museum utrecht court train manteau de cour napoleon josephine hortense 19th century europeana fashion
Court train ca. 1809-10 From the CENTRAAL MUSEUM --- Love the idea of photographing long trains on stairs
Lavender Moire Silk Court Train, First Decade 19th Century. This train looks worse for wear or it has been out in the light for too long. It fastens around the waist with a tapered sectiontowards the top to help spread the load.
Court train, 1809-1810, the Netherlands, Silk, chenille, glass imitation pearls, Centraal Museum
ca. 1809-1810 Court train (Centraal Museum - Utrecht) From pinterest.com:juliasfarrow:1810:
This is beautiful! 1801 Court Dress with Train, Centraal Museum
Alençon lace short dress 1800-1810
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Robe de cour en dentelle d'Alençon 1800-1810 (Court Dress with Alençon lace), Musee du Costume et de la Dentelle
Gorgeous pale pink and ivory hued court dress, c. 1800-1810. #regency #1800s #historical #clothing #costumes #dresses #fashion
Alençon lace court dress, ca. 1800-10. Musee du Costume et de la Dentelle, Brussels, Belgium
Court gown | French | 1800-1810 | Alençon lace | Museum of Costume & Lace, Brusssels
Court gown of Alençon lace,1800-1810, Musee du Costume et de la Dentelle, Brussels.
Alençon lace court dress, c.1800-1810 (Musee de Costume et de la Dentelle)
1800-1810 Alençon lace court dress Musee du Costume et de la Dentelle
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Beautiful gown from the Regency Era
Dress owned by Charlotte Perkins, 1805-1810. Connecticut Historical Society.
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Pale pink short-sleeved dress, c.1805-1810, via the Connecticut History Museum. So very lovely! #Regency #1800s #fashion
Dress owned by Charlotte Perkins, 1805-1810. Connecticut Historical Society. Potential Bridesmaid dress?
Dress (c.1805-10) of sheer white cotton, embroidered with white dots and floral garlands at hem. High waisted, with skirt gathered at the back, square neckline and short puff sleeves. Belonged to Charlotte Perkins (1790-1873), daughter of Anna Pitkin Perkins and Enoch Perkins, a lawyer. Connecticut Historical Society.
Dress owned by Charlotte Perkins, 1805-1810. Connecticut Historical Society. LOVE this dress! Regency Jane Austen period
Dress, American, 1805-1810, white embroidered muslin (over reproduction pink underdress), Connecticut Historical Society Museum and Library, Object Number: 1959.11.2
Pink Regency dress, owned by Charlotte Perkins, 1805-1810 | Connecticut Historical Society
Princess Pansy's pink dress?? ( 1805-1810. Connecticut Historical Society.)
Dress 1805-10. Worn by Charlotte Perkins. Connecticut historical society
Dress circa 1805-1810, American. Connecticut Historical Society.
Dress belonging to Empress Josephine, 1810s, “This silk tulle dress is exquisitely embroidered with motifs of carnations and other flowers in silver thread. It is most probably an example of ‘remontage’ (refitting): the bust does not match Josephine’s measurements exactly and has almost certainly been adjusted to fit someone else. Indeed, Josephine often ‘reviewed’ her wardrobe: once a year she would go through her closets and give away the garments she no longer wore to her entourage.”
Court Dress, Empress Josephine, c 1810
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Silver Embroidered Tulle Court Dress, ca. 1810 - BACK Believed to have been originally owned by Empress Josephine
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Court dress attributed to Empress Josephine, after 1810~Image from Chateau de Malmaision Costume Collection
Silver Embroidered Tulle Court Dress, ca. 1810 Believed to have been originally owned by Empress Josephine, later altered to fit one of her ladies.
I've seen this repeatedly in a champagne color. This is lovely. Court dress attributed to Empress Josephine, after 1810~Image from Chateau de Malmaision Costume Collection' mme jo
Court dress attributed to Empress Josephine, after 1810 Chateau de Malmaision Costume Collection “This silk tulle dress is exquisitely embroidered with motifs of carnations and other flowers in silver thread. It is most probably an example of ‘remontage’ (refitting): the bust does not match Josephine’s measurements exactly and has almost certainly been adjusted to fit someone else. Indeed, Josephine often 'reviewed’ her wardrobe: once a year she would go through her closets and give away the garments she no longer wore to her entourage.”
Pink and silver court dress attributed to Empress Josephine, after 1810
Court dress attributed to Empress Josephine, after 1810.
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Maternity gown worn by Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Queen of Prussia circa 1800, during one of her many pregnancies./ Vestido de premam?? llevado por Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Reina de Prussia sobre 1800 durante uno de sus embarazos.
Maternity gown, circa 1800, worn by Duchess Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, wife of Frederick William III, King of Prussia, during one of her many pregnancies.
Maternity gown, circa 1800, worn by Duchess Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, wife of Frederick William III, King of Prussia, during one of her many pregnancies - pinning only because it's a maternity gown
Maternity gown worn by Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Queen of Prussia circa 1800, during one of her many pregnancies.
Annual Fundraising Ball: Regency Era beginning in 2016 for The Lily Eva Foundation in association with "BREAKING" and www.breakingabuse.com #BreakingAbuse Maternity gown, circa 1800, worn by Duchess Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, wife of Frederick William III, King of Prussia, during one of her many pregnancies.
Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Queen of Prussia circa 1800, knew how to take care of herself--and her teeth! Case in point: maternity gown worn by Louise during one of her many pregnancies.
Maternity gown worn by Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Queen of Prussia circa 1800.
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Empire style dress, 1810 Regency
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Regency Style Dresses from the collection of the #Metropolitan Museum of Art. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Empire style dress, 1810 Regency... lets go back to this! No worries about mommy-tummy and muffin-tops!
Marriage..??..Lisette at the end of book....Empire style dress, 1810 Regency
hoopskirtsociety: Empire style dress, 1810 Regency… lets go back to this!
Empire style dress, 1810 Regency... lets go back to this!
[Melanie or Alexandra] Empire style dress, 1810 Regency
Empire style dress, 1810. BEAUTIFUL!!
Empire style dress, 1810 Regency...
No date given on this, I am guessing around 1810, thank you Imatex.
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Circa 1810 At first I thought this must be embroidery, since the hem seems so flared. It's a great silhouette. But when I tried to draw it, I decided that the back pleats were not gores, but straight fabric pleated into the waist. So it is maybe a shawl dress, with a woven border.
Circa 1810 Wish I could find the original. Now this one is a gorgeous silhouette! At first I thought that border must be embroidery, because that flared back had to be a curved cut. But when I tried to draw it, the back pleats seem to be cylindrical, not conical, so probably not. But, like the dark blue actual shawl dress above, this must have the extra fullness from the straight cut pleated in at the back high waist. I used this silhouette as the basis for a couple of my fashion drawings .
Circa 1810. I think I was born @ the wrong time. I LOVE this!!
Embroidered green Regency dress Circa 1810
Dark green embroidered gown, circa 1810
Circa 1810, but I want to wear it now!
Circa 1810... ahhh the romance
~1810. love this style.
Beautiful Dress | 1810
French Fashion Plate - c1850 - ""GREEN DRESS"" - H-C Lithograph
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Dress ca. 1805-10
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A regency era women’s dress from England circa 1805 to 1810. The silk is a embroidered with elaborate flower motifs. Philadelphia Museum of Art. Accession Number: 1990-90-1
How about a Old Fashioned Dress for your Wedding... this one is Lovely...... Ivory Silk Dress with Multicolored Embroidery, English, 1805-1810. Philadelphia museum
dress Made in England, Europe c. 1805-1810, Ivory silk plain weave with multicolored silk embroidery in padded satin, buttonhole, and whipped running stitches and French knots, Center Back Length: 58 1/2 inches (148.6 cm) Philadelphia Museum of Art
Vintage Fashion: Ivory silk dress with multicolored silk embroidery. Beautiful detail on the edge of the skirt. Circa 1805. Photo Credit: Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Dress Made in England, Europe c. 1805-1810 Ivory silk plain weave with multicolored silk embroidery in padded satin, buttonhole, and whipped running stitches and French knots
Dress, ca. 1805-1810, of ivory silk plain weave with multicolored silk embroidery in padded satin, buttonhole, whipped running stitches, and French Knots. Part of the Philadelphia Museum of Art collections.
Woman's dress | Ivory silk plain weave with multicolored silk embroidery in padded satin, buttonhole, and whipped running stitches and French knots | England, circa 1805-1810 | Philadelphia Museum of Art
French Regency Era Fashion | regency era women’s dress from England circa 1805 to 1810. Rose was sorely tempted by this number, but finally went with the ombre gown when she saw Scorpius' reaction to the low-backed purple gown she tried on!
Silk evening dress, English, ca. 1805-10. Philadelphia Museum of Art
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White satin over white linen, bound with white silk ribbon. Leather soles, kid insoles.1800-1815 Accession Number: 1956.298 Image Copyright: © Manchester City Galleries Rounded toes, square fronts. White silk ribbon ties each side. Fronts trimmed with white satin ribbon bow with small gilt metal buckle. Very low heels.
Artemisia, evening wear. (Shoes ca. 1800-1815 via Manchester City Galleries)
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Shoes - c. 1800-15 - Manchester City Galleries - @~ Mlle
Ball Shoes ca. 1800-1815 via Manchester City Galleries
Manchester City Galleries item 1956.298, 1800-15
Manchester City Galleries
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France, last quarter of the 18th century. Dress in the English style decorated with medallions painted by Angelica Kauffmann. Silver flake mirrors; appliqued, embroidered medallions and watercolor on silk.
Robe à l'anglaise | c. 1775 Infelizmente, eu não sei onde isso é de, mas estou convencido de que Michael O'Connor, que desenhou os figurinos para a duquesa, usou como inspiração para o vestido abaixo:
Robe à l’anglaise”, painted medallions after Angelica Kauffmann France, circa 1787 Silk, gold thread embroidery, silver glittering spangles, embroidered and painted motifs on appliqué taffeta medallions - a dress from The Duchess is modeled after this! Note the closed front, compared to dresses from early 1770s and before
Robe à l’anglaise”, France, circa 1787 Silk. This dress features a matching skirt and petticoat. This dress also has a choker, which was a popular accessory at the time.
Robe à l’Anglaise | c. 1775 If only people still dressed like this instead of the way they dress now. This is a cute dress too. I hate short shorts, skirts, and dresses!
1775 Robe à l’Anglaise dress, Musee des Tissus, Lyon See also http://thegoldenscissors.blogspot.com/2011/06/so-not-1760s.html
Robe à l’Anglaise dress, 1775. Reminds me of one of my favorite movies. "Dangerous Liaison".
Robe a l Anglaise Civil war dress renaissance Costume Victorian Clothing
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Evening Dress 1860s
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Evening dress, circa 1860s love the color combo and skirt hem! From Centre de Documentació i Museu Tèxtil de Terrassa (Imatex)
Evening dress, circa 1860s Centre de Documentació i Museu Tèxtil de Terrassa (Imatex)
Oh how I wish I could dress like this. I miss this era. Evening dress circa 1860s
Not the most trendy but still kinda cool Evening dress circa 1860s
Blue and cream evening dress, circa 1860s civil war era fashion
Evening dress, circa 1860s love the bodice + sleeve caps!
Love the blue and cream Evening dress, circa 1860s
Likely 1860s Evening Gown
Evening dress 1860
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#Regency Style Dresses from the collection of the #Metropolitan Museum of Art. @Judith Zissman Zissman W.
Gorgeous regency dresses from the era of Jane Austen. Delightful for a formal event.
#Regency Style Dresses from the collection of the #Metropolitan Museum of Art
White Costume / gown / dress / outfit from the Regency (Jane Austen) era.
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Regency Era (Jane Austen)
Two dresses, ca. 1810 French White cotton Purchase, Gifts in memory of Elizabeth N. Lawrence, 1983 (1983.6.1) Rogers Fund, 1907 (07.146.5) NOT ON VIEW Last Updated January 23, 2012 The combination of white mull, a thin and almost sheer cotton, with a cylindrical silhouette and a high Empire waistline comprises a potent evocation of classical dress. Although there are many images depicting the belting of chitons and peploi above the natural waistline, the raised waist was rarely positioned directly under the bust. This Neoclassical mannerism abetted the illusion of the body as a dramatically linear and columnar form. Fashionable Directoire and Empire beauties, however, did not embrace the architectonic solidity of ancient caryatids. Instead, their classicism was aligned with an arcadian "naturalism" that rationalized the disclosure of the supple female form. Observers of the period frequently deplored the absence of modesty conveyed by a style that was predicated on the prominence and exposure of the breasts and on the barely veiled body. The women of ancient Greece, generally swathed in modesty, would have been startled by this promiscuous public display. On December 24, 1803, Jérôme Bonaparte (1784–1860), brother of Napoleon, wed Elizabeth Patterson (1785–1879) of Baltimore. The beautiful and fashionable young American was married in a dress of muslin and lace that, according to a contemporary, "would fit easily into a gentleman's pocket." This description evokes the sheer, narrow dresses that caused a sensation at the beginning of the nineteenth century, more because of their contrast with the elaborate hooped costumes of previous decades than for any real immodesty. Although originally thought to have been Patterson's wedding dress, the formal gown illustrated here probably dates from 1804, when this type of vertical white embroidery became fashionable. The very sheer cotton mull from which the dress is made was probably imported from India already embroidered with heavy white cotton thread in transparent mull. Only a daring few had briefly abandoned these items of clothing, in imitation of "Grecian" drapery–the first of many fanciful nineteenth-century allusions to details of costume in earlier historic periods. As for the Patterson-Bonaparte union: Napoleon had the marriage annulled in 1805 and made Jérôme the king of Westphalia in 1807. That year, Jérôme married the princess of Württemberg. Elizabeth, banned from France by the emperor, remained in Baltimore with her son, Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte (1805–1870).
Regency dress, 1800s
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Gallery of early vintage clothing at Vintage Textile Neoclassical silk evening dress with metallic trim, c.1800.
Jane Austen Today: My Take On Regency Fashion in Film...two rows of metallic trim interspersed with flowers...
A beautifully elegant, stately and yet feminine gown with subtle Regency striping effect. I would have to have worn this! Neoclassical silk evening dress with metallic trim, c.1800.
Evening dress c.1805 Annual Fundraising Ball: Regency Era beginning in 2016 for The Lily Eva Foundation in association with "BREAKING" and www.breakingabuse.com #BreakingAbuse
*Love this dress.....it's just magical! Neoclassical silk evening dress with metallic trim, c.1805, from the Vintage Textile archives
Neoclassical silk evening dress with metallic trim, c.1805, from the Vintage Textile archives
Love!! Jane Austen Regency Dress
Regency gown (think Jane Austen)
Regency era gown
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Evening dress, 1905-10From the Nasjonalmuseet for Kunst,... Would be an awesome Halloween Costume now!
Evening dress, 1905-10 From the Nasjonalmuseet for Kunst, Arkitektur og Design Omg it's pretty I wish this was fashionable nowadays XD
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Evening dress, 1905-10 From the Nasjonalmuseet for Kunst, Arkitektur og Design Beautiful!
Wow...early 1900s (? I'm pretty sure) gown. Beautiful!
Evening dress 1905- 1910
1905 -1910 Ball gown