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    1890 Victorian dress

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    Wedding dress, 1890 NYC, the V Museum. This detailing is very complex! The embroidery is beautiful!

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    1890s evening dress: a few pleats at the back of the skirt replace bustles; hourglass; large sleeves

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    c. 1890 V: Heavy cream corded silk wedding dress and trained skirt, bodice with accentuated waist and dramatically flared peplum, shirred leg o’mutton sleeves. Embroidered with pearls, pastes and gathered silk lisse (crêpe chiffon). Shoes of white satin embroidered with bronze and crystal, silk stockings.

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    19th century wedding dresses | Wedding dress and shoes | Stern Bros | V Search the Collections 1890

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Dress, Afternoon. House of Worth (French, 1858–1956). Date: 1890s. Culture: French.

ca 1885: Clothing requirements for most sporting remained strict towards retaining foundation garments such as corsets and bustle, which were thought to stabilize women's frail and weak forms. This example would have been worn for tennis, yachting or general seaside walking.

Dress. House of Worth (French, 1858–1956). Date: ca. 1890. Culture: French. Medium: silk, lace. Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 18 1/2 in. (47 cm). Length at CB (b): 44 1/2 in. (113 cm).

Beaded burgundy silk velvet reception dress with linen sleeves and jabot, American, 1890. This dress is in keeping with the interest in historical revivals popular in the 19th century. The long puffed sleeves refer to both Elizabethan and early 19th-century styles. The one-piece construction indicates it was probably intended for formal reception at home.

1890 This dress is in keeping with the interest in historical revivals popular in the 19th century. The long puffed sleeves refer to both Elizabethan and early 19th-century styles. The one-piece construction indicates it was probably intended for formal reception at home.

Dress -- 1890. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Mrs. Roland A. Goodman, 1964

Dinner dress, Jeanne Hallée, Paris, ca. 1894-96. Cotton, silk, metal. Metropolitan Museum of Art: "This dress captures the exuberance of the 1890s, especially in the lively polka dots and fanciful sleeve treatment. Jeanne Hallée was an important dressmaker at the time and extant examples of her designs are fairly rare."