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  • Debra Elisabeth

    black and gold lace and sequined evening gown, 1890-95 from the METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART

  • Carol Ann Rogerson

    defunctfashion: Evening Dress | c. 1895 This is a glittering extravaganza for a formal ball. The neoclassical motifs of the lace are interesting, particularly the laurel wreaths. The way the black lace is applied over the velvet bands to add a different texture and lighting effect, acts as a foil to the glitter of the paillettes.

  • CharmingRP Resources

    Love this late Victorian era mourning dress *This would probably only pass for the very, very end stages of mourning*

  • Jonna Hayden

    Not sure of the source, but a gorgeous gown...

  • Michele Bresso

    Evening dress 1890-1895 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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