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1883 wedding gown made from cream-colored silk faille, the gown is finely embellished with a matching chiffon neckline insert, bands of crystal beads and faux pearls, and a wide bodice flounce of handmade Brussels lace. The exaggerated puffed sleeve caps and sweeping back train add drama to the design.

$1,400 Louise Hemingway wedding gown, c.1883 The superb wedding gown was worn by Louise Hemingway of Baltimore in the 1880s.

1883. I want this skirt to go with my jacket. Hard to believe this is actually authentic victorian and not steam punk

1890: Anne & Gilbert get married! She mentions having lace cap sleeves rather than the "puffed sleeves" she dreamed about as a young girl. (This is one example I notice where LLM wasn't trying to pinpoint a specific yr, since the puffed sleeves didn't come into fashion until the 1890's, so Anne wouldn't have been wanting them 10yrs earlier) They move to Four Winds, 60 miles from Avonlea. [1890s wedding gown]

Charles Frederick Worth Evening gown, 1883. Printed silk moiré, silk faille, lace. The young Fannie Farwell was only nineteen in 1883 when she traveled by horse-drawn carriage, train, and steamship to Paris to have this gown made for her by Charles Frederick Worth, the "father of couture." In the late nineteenth century.

Tea Gown: worn without a corset, loosely fitted and had a soft line. These were worn at home with other women and friends. They were seen as reform garments.

Wedding gown, circa 1883. Made from cream-colored silk faille, the gown is finely embellished with a matching chiffon neckline insert, bands of crystal beads and faux pearls, wide bodice flounce of handmade Brussels lace, exaggerated puffed sleeve caps and sweeping back train. The gown has the original boned under bodice as well as original silk laces for the back. (front detail)

Dress by Mme Lasserre, about 1883, at the Galliera musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris, via Musée de France

1880's Day Dress from Galliera musee de la Mode de la Ville de Paris...Beautiful dark purple!

Wedding Dress: ca. early 1880's, American, silk. Marking: [label] "Mme W.E. Thorne, Modes, Daniels and Fisher, Denver, Co."

1883 Wedding Ensemble Culture: American or European

Hand-embroidered silk satin/faille bustle wedding dress, c.1881