Possibly the burial gown of Queen Margaret of Denmark, who died in 1412. The fabric was really splendid, a mixture of gold and silk. The pattern consisted of 4 pattern-pieces, but every pattern-piece was sewn together from many smaller pieces of fabric, to make a more economic use of it. Sleeves were almost not preserved, but their remains indicate that the were probably long, up to the wrists, and narrow all the way.
Wedding dress 1841 This wedding dress was worn in 1841 by an unknown but fashionable bride. The period 1838-1841 was a transitional period during which full, puffed sleeves and short-waisted bodices gave way to a slimmer, elongated silhouette, as exemplified by this gown's long-waisted, form-fitting bodice with narrow sleeves.
Arwyn, a Celtic Warrior Maiden. Ball-jointed doll by Elfdoll; clothing, jewelry and wig by Martha Boers. Repinning for the embroidery on her dress - I don't think Arwyn is a genuine Celtic Warrior Maiden name, lol.