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Two printed cotton 1850s day dresses, the first of pink and white trellis-weave muslin printed with fruits, fan-pleated front bodice with peplum to the waist; the other of mustard and white roller printed cotton with pagoda sleeves, tiered skirt, later added broderie anglaise cuffs and collar , 320 £

Two printed cotton 1850s day dresses, the first of pink and white trellis-weave muslin printed with fruits, fan-pleated front bodice with peplum to the waist; the other of mustard and white roller printed cotton with pagoda sleeves, tiered skirt, later added broderie anglaise cuffs and collar , 320 £

Day dress, ca 1855 United States, MFA Boston

Woman's two-piece day dress American, about 1855 United States Dimensions Bodice: skirt: Medium or Technique Silk plain weave (taffeta) with weft-float patterning (à la disposition) Classification Costumes Accession Number Not on view

1857 English silk wedding dress with buckram trimming from the V A museum.

Wedding dress of ivory figured silk with second evening bodice, England, Figured silk trimmed with silk fringe, buckram stiffening. Identifier to Creation date 1857 Spatial keyword England

Dress 1863 The Philadelphia Museum of Art

Dress 1863 The Philadelphia Museum of Art (OMG that dress!)

Neutral "And, something for Prudence."  1906  The Indianapolis Museum of Art. Custard Protocol

ornamentedbeing: “ Dress, Girolamo Giuseffi, ca. Silk and silk velvet. The appliquéd and cutout stylized flowers—either peonies or plum blossoms—are drawn in an Art Nouveau style. The dramatic sleeve silhouette along with the great amount of.

Dress with Day and Evening Bodices  Date: c. 1853–1854  Material: Silk/Cotton  Credit: Gift of the Helen Larson Estate  Object ID: S2001.31.18A-C  FIDM Museum

Dress with Day and Evening Bodices Date: c. Material: Silk/Cotton Credit: Gift of the Helen Larson Estate Object ID: FIDM Museum I just love this bodice shape.

English gown 1760-70, the Museum at FIT.

Rococo - Robe à la française Medium: Violet and pink iridescent silk brocade Date: Country: Denmark Credit: Museum Purchase Paris was the undisputed capital of women's fashion from the century until well into the

1862 USA

1862 USA

Late 1850's "sheer" dress - I remember seeing this in the first lady's exhibit in the Smithsonian in the mid 1980's.

This is an example of a fashionable summer day dress of the late Typical of the period are the full ‘pagoda’ sleeves and the bodice gathered from the shoulders into the lower front waist. Tiered skirts were popular in the

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