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1860s cream silk ensemble with 2 bodice options, French, c.1865.
ball gowns 1865 | Because of the low neckline it could be a dinner dress for a married ...
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Day Bodice | Robe à Transformation 1865 The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Gold silk dress (front, evening bodice), French, ca. 1865. Label: "Mme. Marguerite Robes, 6 rue de Miromenil, Paris"
Dress, Evening Mme. Olympe (American, born France, 1830). Met Museum, American c. 1865. 2009.300.3009a–d
Dress Date: ca. 1865 Culture: American Medium: cotton Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. John W. Mackay, 1967 Accession Number: C.I.67.37.1
1865 Walking Dress with inner ties to shorten skirt.
Dress Date: 1865 Culture: American or European Medium: silk
Date: 1865 Culture: French Medium: silk
Dress ca. 1865–70 French (probably) silk
Evening Dress 1865, American, made of silk by eileen
French cotton day dress c1865 side Cressie Teague looks like your next project! :)
1868 - Visiting Dress, front A most stunning colour! I love the simplicity of this dress, there are beautiful details, simple, yet elegant.
This is a late war style, as evidenced by the flat front of the skirt (instead of pleats or gathers). Don't you just love the trim color?! They loved wild color combinations back then, for sure!
1865 Military Style The original page lists this as ca. 1855-65, however the two-piece coat sleeve and elliptical skirt indicate a date closer to 1865.