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Beaded and embroidered evening or dinner gown, 'La Mode' magazine, French, 1910.

something to lounge around in. Tea gown / Jessie Franklin Turner (1926)

Wedding Dress 1901, Italian, Made of silk and wool~~~~~The appliqués of this dress exemplify the whip-like curves and scrolls characteristic of the Art Nouveau period. Made in Rome for Mrs. Frederick Dand Sherman in 1901, while the white-on-white color palette would have been a conventional choice for a bride just after the turn of the century, the asymmetical trimming would have been a deliberately bold and fashion-conscious choice.

Lanvin Robe de Style, 1922. Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Dinner Dress, Madeleine Vionnet, 1937, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Edith Head Dress (front view) - 1929 - Made for Clara Bow in The Saturday Night Kid

Paris Fashion - 1926 - Dress 'Aurore' by Boue Soeurs

Silk and linen evening dress (back) by Herbert Luey, American, ca. 1890.

In this picture, hem dress was decreased the length and outspread, and embroidery details or sequin, pleated instead.