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A trio of regency era dresses on exhibit at the Fashion Museum, Bath, UK.

Jacket and shawl in chintz, skirt in glazed printed cotton, 1770-1800. MoMu - Fashion Museum Province of Antwerp

Dress, U.K., 1860. Three pieces (skirt, daytime bodice, evening bodice). Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum

Fashion Museum, dress of the year 2010

Worth Evening Dress, 1894, Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at the Met

Bonnets! Oh...how I wish these were my hats and bonnets.....

Cotton morning dress ca. 1820, American - in the Metropolitan Museum of Art costume collections.

Antique Italian summer dress. Puff sleeves, empire waist, and full back skirt. Sheer ivory (voile?) with embroidered border of blueberries on vines and pink roses. Photo: Metropolitan Museum of Art.

High Tea at the Pump Room (Roman Baths)

Bath's Roman Baths, England. I went here with my sis, they wanted us to taste the bath water :/ no thanks.

Dress 1818, American, Made of cotton (Gothic Regency)~~~~~ By 1811 in Britain, influence of the Middle Ages, termed Gothic crept into dress styles debasing the pure classical lines. The bodice gained more shaping and could be panelled. It was not cut as tight and narrow as in the first decade of the century, so it made the shoulder line broader and the dress more comfortable to wear.

White cotton morning dress, 1810–20, American (back view) - in the Metropolitan Museum of Art costume collections. (Note the very narrow back.)