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Silk gown and petticoat worn by Jane Bailey in 1780, along with the matching shoes and hat.

Silk gown and petticoat worn by Jane Bailey in 1780, along with the matching shoes and hat.

Silk brocade gown and petticoat, silk covered straw hat and silk satin shoes, 1780 Worn by Jane Bailey for her marriage to James Wickham

Silk brocade gown and petticoat, silk covered straw hat and silk satin shoes, 1780 Worn by Jane Bailey for her marriage to James Wickham

This beautiful 1760s Robe à la Française is of French origin and would have been worn as an evening gown.

This beautiful 1760s Robe à la Française is of French origin and would have been worn as an evening gown.

Circa 1820 "under" dress, American or European. A combination under dress and petticoat like this was worn under sheer net gowns. Pleating, tucking, and embroidered detail would show through the sheer over gown for more visual interest. Via the Met.

Circa 1820 "under" dress, American or European. A combination under dress and petticoat like this was worn under sheer net gowns. Pleating, tucking, and embroidered detail would show through the sheer over gown for more visual interest. Via the Met.

British cotton, silk dress circa 1801 from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The skirt on the bottom is open to be worn over a petticoat.

British cotton, silk dress circa 1801 from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The skirt on the bottom is open to be worn over a petticoat.

Organza Regency Jane Austen Ball gown Empire formal Dress CUSTOM in yellow. $190.00, via  #rosewood #regency #A

Organza Regency Jane Austen Ball gown Empire formal Dress CUSTOM in yellow. $190.00, via #rosewood #regency #A

White satin wedding dress, 1914, worn by Wilhelmina Dorothea Mayer for her marriage to Adolf Gevert Hollings in 1914. She was the mother of Senator Fritz Hollings of Charleston.  Via Charleston Museum, flickr.

White satin wedding dress, 1914, worn by Wilhelmina Dorothea Mayer for her marriage to Adolf Gevert Hollings in 1914. She was the mother of Senator Fritz Hollings of Charleston. Via Charleston Museum, flickr.

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