Looks very late 1880s to me, possibly early 1890s
France, c.1905. From the book "Historical Fashion in Detail. Underwear" Gorgeous! Leave it to the French to make lingerie so pretty before the rest of the world.
Jean-Philippe Worth, Evening Dress with Cherry Print, Paris, 1898. (Back View)
The Worth gown Alice Vanderbilt wore to Alva Vanderbilt's costume ball in 1883. She was costumed as the 'Electric Light' and carried an electric torch above her head.
BATTENBURG LACE SKIRT, c. 1910 Ecru cotton tape lace, hand assembled, bold design pattern of scrolls & flowers, (unfinished/unsized waist)
Dress (Ball Gown) Emile Pingat (French, active 1860–96) Date: ca. 1860 Culture: French Medium: silk
Circa 1895 Chatelaine bag, Gorham Manufacturing Company, American
Dress, Evening House of Worth Date: 1898–1900 Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton, glass Accession Number: 1976.258.2a, b
Cape, House of Worth 1896, French, Made of silk and linen