Dinner Dresses Charles Fredrick Worth, 1883 The Kyoto Costume Institute

Dinner Dress Made Of Wine-Red Silk Satin Cut Velvet With Stripes And Leaf Pattern, Tulle And Silk Satin Bows At Cuffs; Apron-Shaped Overskirt Draped Toward Back And Skirt With Bustle Made By Charles Fredrick Worth - c. 1883 - The Kyoto Costume Institute

bustle dress

omgthatdress: Dinner Dress Charles Fredrick Worth, 1883 The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Gorgeous Worth Gowns

Dress Attributed to House of Worth (French, Date: 1883 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: (a) Length at CB: 15 in. cm) (b) Length at CB: 48 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Miss Agnes Miles Carpenter, 1948 Accession Number: b

Afternoon dress: 1888--Charles Frederick Worth This is a prime example of the bustle skirt, which came back in the 1880s largely due to Worth's influence in fashion and his desire to stimulate the silk manufacturing industry in France. This dress is an example of the Worth design aesthetic of using celestial motifs. The selvedge edges were exposed and used as a decorative device, a practice that continued through the 1910s

Afternoon dress House of Worth (French, Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Date: 1888 Culture: French Medium: silk, metal

House of Worth, Lavender Silk Evening Dress, Paris, 1870. (Another Look)

omgthatdress: “ Evening Dress Charles Fredrick Worth, 1870 The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston ”

Black silk brocade 1880s bustle

Leave it to WORTH to have such a great use of accent fabric to show off the the detail of the bustle Dress Charles Fredrick Worth, The Philadelphia Museum of Art

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Evening dress House of Worth (French, Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Date: ca. 1882 Culture: French Medium: silk Front 2 umm this is probably going to be the dress I choose :)

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