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1840, America - Wedding dress - Silk satin, cotton lining, whalebone, metal hook & eye closures

1840 Wedding Dress, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - Dimensions 37 x cm x 24 in.) (I'm guessing you would have to be very petite/thin to fit into this gown), lovely though

Dress 1840 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dress 1840 The Metropolitan Museum of Art (OMG that dress!)

Dress Date: 1840 Culture: American or European Medium: straw Accession Number: The Metropolitan Museum of Art Romantic era!

1840 American (Massachusetts) Dress at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

America - Woman's dress ensemble with waistband sleeves - Silk satin with warp stripes, cotton and linen lining, cotton plain weave ties, baleen boning, and metal hook and eye closure

Victorian Dress with Peonies.  Possibly the most over the top piece of Victorian fabulousness yet.  Salmon pink.  With giant peonies. by jdeshea

Ball gown, The Phantom of the Opera 2004 Masquerade ball gown for Emily Rossum as the leading lady Christine Daae Costume designer Alexandra Byrne. The only movie costume I like.

Dress  1840  The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Dress of white silk moire American, century, about 1840 USA Dimensions x cm x 24 in.) Medium or Technique Silk striped moire and glazed cotton lining Classification Costumes Accession Number Not on view

1840s day dress  I like when they include the hair.  It gives a whole picture.

Show at the Phoenix Art Museum Medieval-ism: Fashion's Romance with the Middle Ages. Unknown American or English designer. Changeant silk taffeta with silk laces and metal tips. Via Phoenix Art Museum. Photo by Ken Howie.

Romantic period cotton dress, c.1830 (vintagetextile.com)

This dress has the classic large topped sleeves that become fitted towards the lower part of the arm. The waistline is high and typical for the period.