Woman's evening dress c. 1865 | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Maker Mme. Roger, French, active in mid-19th century French Dress in two parts with separate belt. Ribbed silk widely striped pink and white; short bodice with low-cut sloping neck; full skirt, slight train in back, trimmed with panels of white ribbed silk, points of white satin and white silk lace, separate folded white satin belt with ribbed white silk lappets and pink satin.
Crinoline evening dress, 1865 #1860s #19th century #evening gown #extant #post civil war #crinoline
Woman's evening dress in three parts French (Paris), about 1865 Maker Mme. Roger, French, active in mid-19th century Paris, France Dimensions Bodice center front: 43.1 cm (16 15/16 in.) Skirt center front: 109.2 cm (43 in.) Medium or Technique Silk plain weave (faille) and satin, trimmed with silk satin ribbon, tulle, and silk lace Classification Costumes Accession Number 46.209a-c Not on view
Such an elegantly feminine, richly beautiful three-part evening dress from (circa) 1865. #Victorian #dress #fashion #clothing #evening #gown #1800s #19th_century #antique #historical #costume #pink
This is one of my favorite colors. Day dress, green silk faille and green chenille, circa 1865, USA
1865, orange and white stripes
Wonder what this looked like on someone!
@Vicki I can't imagine how brilliant the colors were new!
Yeah is must have been dazzling......
Satin-striped silk, French, ca 1865. Low bodice, tucker, bertha of tulle and piping, functional buttons; small puffed sleeves; pleated eliptical skirt, flat front panel. Stacked double bow trims waist in back. MET
Detail of Victorian Dress ~ American gown in camel-colored cotton. Lavishly trimmed in electric blue satin ribbon. The yoke of the bodice has 3 rows of pleaded ribbon and matching blue buttons.
Girl’s Dress 1865-1870 The Los Angeles County Museum of...
1865 Taupe Silk Traveling Dress - belonged to Anne O'Meany, Stone Ridge, New York 34 bust 26 waist 39 length
Ivory wool hood with black embroidery and tassels, British, 1865-1870.
Dress, dated 1864-65, American. Met # C.I.43.106.1a, b. Includes three views. The color, the hem braid, the trim, the buttons, the double-pointed bodice! So amazing!
Dress ca. 1865-1868 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Dress #1865 #1869. Neat scallops! And buttons! And never seen the satin puffs or the the bodice front like that ever!
Visiting Dress 1865, American, Made of silk