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Anos 50 - Parte 3: Moda Feminina

História da Moda: Anos 50 - as sais rodadas entram em grande na moda. Marcam a cinta e permitem um movimento teatral ao corpo.

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Victorian Era Fashion: Historic Clothing

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Mina's Blue/Green Gown from Dracula. I love the costumes in this film, but the movie is supposed to take place in 1897, and the bustle-era costumes on Mina are from about 10-15 years EARLIER, while her best friend Lucy has styles more typical of the 1890s, with a weird modern edge.

From the very beginning, that Eden beginning, that has always been and always is, to this day, God’s secret purpose in everything- our return to our full glory.” -Ann Voskamp: One Thousand Gifts

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12 Hermosos vestidos tradicionales de diferentes partes del mundo. Cualquier mujer se ve hermosa con ellos.

12 Hermosos Vestidos Tradicionales De Diferentes Partes Del Mundo. Cualquier Mujer Se Ve Hermosa Con Ellos. ⋮ Es la moda

Neoclassical parure of gold and malachite which has belonged to Queen Sophia of Sweden and of Norway. Created by the jeweller Simon Petiteau (1782-ca. 1860) in Paris, probably in the 1820s or 1830s.

(French catalog illustration, women's skirts, 1886) Não era incomum para uma mulher usar seis saias de uma vez que, no total, pesavam cerca de 6,5 kg. No meio da década de 1850, porém, os aros de crinolina em forma de gaiola substituíram as pesadas saias, e no meio da era vitoriana, por volta de 1870, as azáfamas as substituíram. As mulheres vitorianas também usavam toucas liberalmente aparadas até meados de 1890.

La Belle Epoque. The Belle Époque or La Belle Époque (French pronunciation: [bɛlepɔk]; French for "Beautiful Era") was a period in French history that is conventionally dated as starting in 1890 and ending when World War I began in 1914.

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1860 lavish emerald silk satin stripe visting gown w/black lace


Ball gown, Worth, 1888. Pale oyster satin edged w/pale lilac-gray velvet. Boned bodice lacing in back, w/swagged fringes of crystal & silvered beads outlining breasts, punctuated by couched silver thread bows. Flower garlands below & on trained, embroidered skirt, lined in matching taffeta w/inner ruffles & Valenciennes lace at back. Blue Ottoman silk cape, A. Lemonnier, Paris, with detachable double-tiered capelet collar, lined in pink silk. Kerry Taylor Auctions/Live Auctioneers

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Which Fashion Decade Are You?

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