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Evening dress, 1820’s England, Kent State These photos look like I took them. lol

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Metropolitan Museum of Art - Norman Norell, 1958

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1820s Ivory silk damask evening dress. Collection of the Kent State University Museum 1983.1.34

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Charles Frederick Worth, Fancy Dress of Silk & Cotton with Large Baby-Blue Bows. French, 1890-1900.

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