House of PoLeigh Naise - Visiting Dress ca. 1872 French

Visiting dress Emile Pingat (French, active Date: ca. 1872 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credi.

Fashion Museum Bath Light green silk dress with applied machine-made lace, 1860s

Fashion Museum Bath Light green silk dress with applied machine-made lace, - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

1870's

Day dress ca. 1870 From the Kent State University Museum This looks like denim! Now a dress like this would be an interesting contrast study in denim, wouldn't it?

Promenade dress, Emile Pingat, silk and metallic thread, c. 1888, French.

Promenade Dress ~ Emile Pingat (French, active ~ French ~ ~ silk, metallic ~ Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Day dress, ca. 1885-90. Blue silk with woven stripes of red, blue, and light blue, blue cord, and glass beads. Boned bodice lined in beige cotton, asymmetrically-draped skirt in brown cotton. Hem reinforced with black linen. Mode Museum, Antwerp

Beautiful blue, love the stripes peeking out in the back.would love a dress like this for one of my french fashion dolls

U.S.: Illinois, Chicago Dress, day: bodice (woman's) c. 1870 - 1875 Twill weave; Crochet; Wrapped Silk taffeta

ephemeral-elegance: Day Dress, ca. via Henry Art. (Not an Early Era bustle dress. This is from the Natural Form Era, which started in

Mid 1880's

1870 ___ Dinner Dress ___ silk ___ American ___ at The Metropolitan Museum of Art ___ (too much stuffing, don't you think, see photo ___ photo 2

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