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Hand-embroidered wedding dress, c.1881.The bodice and train are fashioned from fawn-colored silk faille. The skirt is made of substantial ivory silk satin. Both pieces are hand-embroidered with sprays of ivory silk floss flowers, executed in satin stitch with French knot accents. The sleeves and neckline are trimmed with Brussels lace flounces. The superb hand embroidery sets this magnificent creation above other dresses on any day of the year.

Don't know what's up with the right shoulder's bow, but I would have LOVED this dress...think I was born in the wrong era ;)

Roupas Originais da Era Vitoriana (1837 até 1901)

Interesting Saque backed Edwardian Tea Gown 1898–1901 Including in 20th Century, because it's more Edwardian styled.

Lucile (British, 1863–1935). Dress, Dance, 1914. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Irene Castle (Mrs. George Enzinger), 1947 (C.I.47.57.1) #dance

Dress, 1850’s, (I thiiink I remember finding this at the Met or the V&A Museum, but I’m not entirely sure)

Date: ca. 1923 Culture: French Credit Line: Gift of Georgia O'Keeffe, 1971

French silk acid green stockings, 19th century