The Bowes Museum: Wedding Dress, 1919. I dunno, looks more like an inexpensive summer day dress.

Wedding dress of white silk and lace collar and epaulettes. Place: England Object Type: wedding dress Period: George V Actual Date: 1919 Century: century Materials: Silk, Lace

Cream satin wedding dress by M.Z. Carey, American (Cincinnati), 1896. Cincinnati Art Museum.

Wedding Dress: Bodice and Skirt Artist/Maker:M. Carey (American, active designer/maker Date:Circa 1896 Place:Cincinnati/Ohio/United States

Wedding dress, 1912 From the Museum of Texas Tech University

This ivory satin de Chine wedding gown was worn by Ruby Barron for her home wedding to C. McNeill of 908 Elm Street in Dallas.

1890s Valenciennes lace wedding dress from the Vintage Textile archives. Found on vintagetextile.com

Valenciennes lace wedding dress, from the Vintage Textile archives. I was born in the wrong time.

This wedding dress was made from Second World War parachute silk and was worn by bride Carol Thomas (nee Gifford) when she married Owen Thomas after he was discharged from the New Zealand Army in 1946.At this time, fabric for new clothing (particularly silk) was still scarce. Parachute silk was highly sought after but rare, as nylon had replaced silk in 1942.  Using parachute silk was also a way for the bride to honour the war service of her husband-to-be.

This wedding dress was made from Second World War parachute silk and was worn by bride Carol Thomas (nee Gifford) when she married Owen Thomas after he was discharged from the New Zealand Army in.

Vestido de noiva inglês de 1976

Not antique, but a beautiful 1976 wedding dress. The design was inspired by a costume for Anne Boleyn in the film 'Anne of the Thousand Days' organza embroidered with beads and applied artificial flowers;

Wedding Dress  Wedding dress of ivory satin with silver lam.0000    Place: England    Object Type: wedding dress    Period: George V    Actual Date: 1927

1927 Wedding Dress of ivory satin with silver.and apparently, in the days before Queen Victoria, most wedding gowns were silver, not white, which was started with her Royal Highness.

1910 Wedding gown worn by Mary Peterson Wells in Manila, Philippines.

oldrags: Wedding dress worn by Mary Peterson Wells, (worn in) the Philippines (Manila), FIDM Museum & Galleries Wedding dresse.

Slip  1910-1915  The Metropolitan Museum of Art  “An example of a form of underpinning that combined the petticoat and corset cover into one piece, this example of Belle Époque underwear shows the typical lavishly sewn details common during this period, even for so-called unmentionables. The placement of the lace insertions and the tucked panels is visually pleasing and the level of skilled hand work required is evidenced in the delicate hemstitching used to join the piece. The Belle Époque…

Slip - An example of a form of underpinning that combined the petticoat and corset cover into one piece, this example of Belle Époque underwear shows the typical lavishly sewn details common during this period, even for so-called unmentionables

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