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Día vestido ca. 1878.
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Victorian dresses would often have a small train at the back and would cover a lady’s arms and legs right down to the ankle

Día vestido ca.

Día vestido ca. 1878.

Día vestido ca. 1878.

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The Museum at FIT - Online Collections Dress Medium: Blue and white silk taffeta, lace and mother-of-pearl Date: Country: USA

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Day after wedding dress, ca. 1875. Wool and silk. La Dame de Tours (authentic collection) by julekinz
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Worth dress ca. 1875 From the Museo de la Moda

Day after wedding dress, ca. 1875. Wool and silk. La Dame de Tours (authentic collection) by julekinz

Day after wedding dress, ca. 1875. Wool and silk. La Dame de Tours (authentic collection) by julekinz
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Daytime Dress 1870-1878 Dress is pleated and with fringed trimmings that are applied to the sleeves, the bodice and its elongated basques and to the skirt
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Day Dress - French, 1870 (I could pull this look off today without the bustle)

Vintage Fashion: Blue silk taffeta day dress with intricate ruffles and bustle.

This bodice silhouette was seen in the This historic garment had a large bustle which showed fullness and drapery. A victorian style which was worn by most women in this era.

Bustle dress how did a lady move in these?

Daytime Dress 1870-1878 Dress is pleated and with fringed trimmings that are applied to the sleeves, the bodice and its elongated basques and to the skirt

Daytime Dress 1870-1878      Dress is pleated and with fringed trimmings that are applied to the sleeves, the bodice and its elongated basques and to the skirt
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fripperiesandfobs: “ Robe à la française ca. 1750 From Cora Ginsburg ”
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Women usually always wore dresses and show their beauty

fripperiesandfobs: “ Robe à la française ca. 1750 From Cora Ginsburg ”

fripperiesandfobs: “ Robe à la française ca. 1750 From Cora Ginsburg ”
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Mniej wymyślne fryzury, peruki coraz mniej modne. Ogromne wielowarstwowe i gorące spódnice, z czasem wsparte na krynolinie. Nowy charakte...
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The Evolution of the Century Gown: A Visual Guide

Mniej wymyślne fryzury, peruki coraz mniej modne. Ogromne wielowarstwowe i gorące spódnice, z czasem wsparte na krynolinie. Nowy charakte...

Mniej wymyślne fryzury, peruki coraz mniej modne. Ogromne wielowarstwowe i gorące spódnice, z czasem wsparte na krynolinie. Nowy charakte...
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Dressing Gown, 1862-1864
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Dressing Gown, This dress, despite almost certainly being donated long after it was fashionable, had been packed away as being “too good to wear.” this is wild, bruh

Dressing gown, From Historic New England

Historical fashion and costume design.

Dressing Gown, 1862-1864

Dressing Gown, 1862-1864

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1878. Robe de deux pièces

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

1906-08 Paquin afternoon dress

Paquin Design: Afternoon dress House of Paquin (French, Designer: Mme. Jeanne Paquin (French, Date: Culture: French Medium: silk

1870's Kyoto Costume Institute.

KCI says: White kimono fabric of figured shibori silk satin; embroidery of wisteria* chrysanthemum* peony* and Chinese fan motifs in metallic threads .This dress was remade from a Japanese kimono in London fashion tips

Evening gown, ca. 1880, silk, gold thread, lace, silk braid and silk flowers, Museo de Historia Mexicana by SayaValentine

Museo de Historia Mexicana - Princess cut gown Second half of the nineteenth century Sewing mixed, silk, gold thread, with applications lace, silk braids and bouquets

Early 1900's Fashion / Evening Dress c.1905 From the Bowes Museum.

Cream satin, with silk chiffon and crepe de chine trimmed with Honiton and guipure lace, orange velvet and silver sequins. The pouched bodice and flared, trained skirt give the fashionable sweeping curves associated with the Edwardian age.

Silk Dress -- 1877-1879 -- American -- The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Costume Institute

Silk Dress — 1877-1879 — American — The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Costume Institute

Silk Dress -- 1877-1879 -- American -- The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Costume Institute

1872 Charles Frederick Worth Bustle evening gown 1870-1878 1st Bustle Phase, off the shoulder sleeves  Manipulation of drapery at the back of the skirt, elongated basque

Ball gown Attributed to House of Worth (French, Designer: Attributed to Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Date: ca. 1872 Culture: probably French Medium: silk

Riding habit Date: 1870–81 Culture: American Medium: [no medium available] Accession Number: C.I.41.146.3a, b The Metropolitan Museum of Art

A typical example of women's riding gear, this garment stays true to stringent fashion requirements of the day. Differences show up in the hardware, which has a masculine feel.

Robe a la Polonaise ca. 1770-1780 via the Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art

I'm very interested in century fashion right now, especially women's fashions that have panniers. I don't want to focus history fashion clothing comp Pictures

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