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    Robe, ARNOLD, J. Patterns of Fashion: Englishwomen's dresses and their construction c.1660 - 1860. London, Macmillan, 1972, Vol. 1, pp. 43-45 | V&A Search the Collections

    Step by step how I made my Regency hat

    Blue indigo striped day dress, ca. 1860s. Wool blend with shaped and curved sleeves, front jet button closure, trimmed in black velvet on bodice & skirt. Tight cartridge-pleated back, fully lined in brown buckrum. Carolyn Forbes Textiles/ebay

    The stomacher idea is ingenious. It allowed a fit to many shapes and weights before you have to make a whole new dress to fit.

    1950's Lace Dress

    Dress, ca. 1885, English or Australian, sold by David Jones & Co., Sydney. Australian merino wool and cream lace. Tight-fitting boned & lined bodice (buttons may be later addition). Voluminous skirt made for bustle. Main panel is hand-shirred at yoke & hem, and is pleated & smocked w/heavy boning to keep tunnel shape. Top skirt/apron draped over underskirt panel and finished with lace panels, creating layers of multiple flounces and frills. National Museum, Australia, & Australian Dress Register

    1911 Art Nouveau Paquin evening gown, Paris.

    Dress, ca. 1910-19. Off-white silk Shantung, heavy satin embroidery. Goldstein Museum of Design, Univ. of Minnesota

    Before the Automobile: Early bustle underwear. Petticoat no. 3 (flounce about the bottom.)

    Very cool site with tutorials for Medieval, Georgian, Regency, Victorian, and Edwardian Hair!

    Birdie's Perch: Mid-19th-Century Hair Tutorial

    Dress, Callot Soeurs, 1910-1915. Linen lace and silk satin with silk-knotted fringe, tunic center back. Los Angeles County Museum of Art

    detail: Wedding Dress / Day Dress, 1872-76. Queen's University Collection of Canadian Dress. Photo: Paul Litherland, Montreal

    1869 Dress

    French bonnet 1830-1835

    detail: Wedding Dress / Day Dress, 1872-76. Queen's University Collection of Canadian Dress. Photo: Paul Litherland, Montreal

    Digitalt Museum - Randig klänning av mörkblått halvsiden. Omkring 1815. Nordiska museet inv nr 164986.

    1910s Pink beaded and buttoned gown

    Dinner dress Attributed to Callot Soeurs (French, active 1895–1937) Designer: Attributed to Madame Marie Gerber (French) Date: ca. 1908 Culture: French Medium: silk, bead, linen, metal

    Love the neckline and the color! Genesee Country Village & Museum: 1815-1820. hand stitched icy green plain weave silk. It has a very high waist and very long tubular sleeves which would have been worn slightly ruched on the arm. The skirt is in 3 panels and slightly gathered in front and pleated in the back. It has a Vandyked neckline of little triangular tabs in the sleeve, forming a gorgeous cap effect which is accented with little white ribbon bows.

    Worth dress, 1900 đây là chiếc đầm được thiết kế bởi Charles Frederick Worth. chiếc đầm với màu sắc trang nhã rất nữ tính và dịu dàng. tay được may bằng voan rất đẹp và thanh lịch, cổ u rộng trễ để tăng độ quyến rũ cho vòng 1, thắt lưng cao, váy có đuôi dài và xòe ở phía sau, gấu váy được thuê những họa thiết hoa rất nhã nhặn và quý phái.

    Dress, early 1900s. Ecru net that is intricately embroidered with floral and leaf motifs in the tambour style and enhanced with appliqued lace and cut-work. The cut and embroidery frame the natural curves of the body, while the neckline and sleeves are trimmed with cotton ruffles, ribbon, and lace trims. The gown closes with hooks and eyes down the back. It is shown here over a pink dress that was not part of the ensemble.

    Fripperies and Fobs

    Ball Gown 1820 The Metropolitan Museum of Art